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Monthly Archives: June 2017

Protect Photography Investment

A wedding where the bride and groom request the guests to switch off their electronic devices such as smartphones, cameras, camcorders, tablets, etc. and be fully present in the moment. A professional wedding photographer then has carte blanche of the ceremonial photos.

A few benefits of having an unplugged wedding are listed here.
• A wedding is a once in a lifetime event and any kind of distraction can detract form the importance of it. An unplugged wedding will have fewer distractions and the guests will be fully present in the moment and not busy taking pictures, chatting, or replying to social media posts.

• It will be difficult to control the distribution of your wedding photos when you have your guests taking photos of this personal moment and sharing it on social media. You do not always want the photos of your wedding posted on Facebook 2 minutes after the I do’s.

• Guests trying to take photos of the special moments such as the exchange of rings, vows and first kiss may end up spoiling the photo taken by the photographer. Although this doesn’t happen often, they can detrimentally affect the background and occasionally obliterate a photo with an ill-timed flash.

• Another point of note is the distracting sounds that multiple cameras can make, again this isn’t often a big problem but with that hard of hearing uncle with his phone volume turned up to CLAXON mode the Bizet of has the potential of overtaking the moment.

You can inform the guests about the unplugged wedding in advance by adding a polite note with your wedding invitation or with an announcement before the wedding ceremony. This way you are inviting them to be there with you on the most important day of your life and still making sure that you protect your photography investment.

Destination Photography

There are so many different factors to take into consideration when taking a photograph at a professional level. For example a wedding photographer is going to require a certain level of social and interpersonal skills if they are to truly be at the top of their game – Someone that can make people feel more at ease, bring them out of their shells and encourage them to laugh and joke around in a natural manner. If you have some quiet stranger pointing a camera at you and not saying a word it can be a little unnerving.

For those who specialise in landscapes a certain level of patience is required. This is where photography becomes much more than somebody simply pressing a button! Some of the most incredible and breath-taking photographs required a great deal of dedication. Those perfect sunrises don’t capture themselves! Somebody was up before the sun, waiting patiently for the opportune moment to capture our beloved solar-riser in all of her glory.

It’s no wonder that Thailand (also known as ‘The Land of Smiles’) is such an incredibly popular location for photographers, both professional and amateur alike. Bangkok for example is one of the most fascinating capital cities in the world! From the stunning five-star high-rises that lay astern the rundown shanty huts – to the bustling, chock-a-block traffic and the vibrant street market stalls, to the variety of Buddhist temples scattered all around town. There is so much character and beauty to be seen in the streets of Bangkok and again; it requires a certain knack and a keen eye to really capture it in all of its authenticity! Many tourists who pass through Bangkok only stay a short time and usually around the Khao Saan Road or Downtown Sukhumvit locations, but the city is vast beyond imagination and there is so much more to explore.

But it’s not all about the big cities and the busy streets! In fact, one of the most exciting aspects of photography is that there is no limit to what you can achieve. A brilliant photographer goes after what they truly feel passionate about and being in the big city is not for everyone. For others they prefer to be outdoors amongst nature capturing the birds while they soar above the emerald green mountains of Phuket or the water-buffalo while they graze in the fields below a gentle, amber sunset.

There are so many stunning and exciting places to see in this world and a photographer’s role is to capture them and share them with the rest of the world. Are you fascinated by travel and culture? Then perhaps you should try your hand at photography yourself and start snapping away when you next go on holiday. Capture your travels in the most profound way and build a beautiful album of perfect memories for you and your loved ones to share. That is the essence of destination photography and videography – to be able to transport people from their homes to a stunning waterfall in the heart of Phuket, or to one of its stunning limestone cliffs that rise high above you while sea-canoeing around Phang Nga bay at the mere snap of a button!

Need Video Camera Stabilizer

1. Handheld stabilizers: This is probably the most easy video camera stabilizer for using and assembling. The users can just attach this one to their camera and that is it, ready to use. These handheld stabilizers are great for shooting videos while walking, running and while climbing stairs.

2. Vest Stabilizers: These are the type of stabilizers that you can connect to your vest or waist which in result you have two free hands to maneuver the camera.

3. Light Stabilizers: These are very easy to use as they are made using a lightweight material to be light weight. It is very much perfect for those who use heavy cameras for very long times during weddings, funerals, functions. As it can only carry up to a certain weight, you should make sure that the camera is light.

The handheld stabilizing mounts provide far better stabilization to your videos, but they are considerably costly to buy and use. And when it comes to the vest and light stabilizers, they can be very much easy to carry for the camera persons.

All about Handling New Models

When I get them before my camera to start with, I warm them up by being well disposed yet not excessively fake. I need them to realize that my gestures of recognition are real and not over the top. I need to recollect that new young ladies to require a great deal of commendation. Generally now, when I shoot, the models are experienced. It’s less demanding for me since I don’t need to do a great deal of persuading or notwithstanding guiding. They take after my couple of bearings and it’s forward to a breathtaking shoot. Yet, new young ladies don’t know how to act out, generally. What’s more, they don’t know how to posture. They are new to their bodies, making it extreme for them to radiate certainty. I generally warm up by shooting a couple “test” pictures so I can learn about them and see where their qualities and shortcomings are.

I am not a bombastic picture taker. I don’t holler out things like, “goodness infant, that is hot!” or “gracious stunning, offer it to me infant”. A few young ladies require that, I assume. To me it just feels gooey. I feel it’s needless excess to let them know each time the shade clicks how astonishing they are. Be that as it may, for some new young ladies, it’s practically required. So I need to yield and yell out a couple of those regular lines. I overlook I need to, and I’m immediately reminded to do as such when they’re not warmed up after the initial 100 pictures.

I need to concede that more often than not I need to get on the cyc and demonstrate to them a couple postures. At that point I begin doing it before them when I have my camera up to my eye, making it a humorous however viable showcase. They take after my lead in the end and we can get on with making an extraordinary style shoot.

Music makes a difference. Giggling makes a difference. Making things light and straightforward, not excessively strained makes a difference. All things considered, we need to recall that it’s a fashion shoot, not Supreme Court. Young ladies look better and move better when they’re casual and calm. I’m not a despot on my sets so I think this for the most part helps the anxious young ladies unwind after a couple of shots.