By Marta Jary For Daily Mail Australia
10:01 12 Oct 2020, updated 13:06 12 Oct 2020
Rebecca Judd has spoken out about COVID-19 restrictions in Melbourne making it difficult for photographers to work.
The WAG, who relies on photographers for many of her shoots with her popular activewear brand, Jaggad, made the comments in reply to label co-founder Michelle Greene.
Michelle argued that photographers could safely socially distance and work outside, and Bec, 37, shared the comments to her Instagram Stories.
She replied: ‘So true @michellegreene, Our virtual shoots on iPhones have been fun but nothing compares to professional production.
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‘Photographers stand so far away from the subject. If teachers can teach a class full of kids, surely photographers can capture content?’
Bec recently admitted she was forced to do her own hair and makeup for a photoshoot to promote her new swimwear brand.
Speaking to the Daily Telegraph on Friday, she described her glamorous transformation started the night before the shoot, when she applied fake tan herself – with a little help from AFL star husband Chris Judd.
‘Hubby did my back as I couldn’t reach,’ she said, before adding: ‘And on the day, I did my own hair and makeup.’
The leggy brunette explained that she knew her angles and various insider beauty tricks due to her time as a model.
‘I knew what waterproof products to use in the pool and … exactly where to put the body illuminator to pick up the light,’ she explained.
They shot the photos in the backyard of Bec’s Brighton mansion with husband Chris behind the camera and creative direction via Zoom.
Jaggad is currently one of the hottest activewear lines in Australia thanks to Bec, whose involvement has helped the brand rival the trendy P.E Nation.