It's not a thick foundation that you have to dig out and warm up to get it blending on so it's very easy to use and blend. The downside to that is you'll use it up faster than some denser cream foundations (like RCMAs) and as it's not a cheap product that makes it an expensive option. All the more so if you're using it for photography as you'll need to use it for your shading and highlighting too in order to make the entire look pop properly, and I wouldn't recommend covering it with powder highlights or shading either unless it's extremely sheer as they will spoil that effect.
The results are certainly worth it though. If the look needs to be photographed, and you don't want a heavy, made-up look I'm not sure if a better product exists.