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If there is that one major factor that guarantees your chance of getting noticed online matrimony profile, it is your profile photograph, a well-shot headshot. Your headshot is your first impression and the deciding factor for you to get noticed or ignored. Once a first impression is made, it is very hard to change that perception of you. A good set of profile pictures communicates a lot about your personality and your seriousness in a relationship.

Psychologists say it takes about a tenth of a second to form an impression about the person we meet!

No wonder First Impression is the Best Impression

Most people are put off by poor quality photos that are

  • low in resolution
  • grainy/noisy and taken in dull light.
  • having very old photographs in your profile.
  • not having enough variations in your pictures used in your profile
  • photos that don’t really represent who you are (your intro text says something which does not match your picture portfolio)

Read on to know more on how to go about creating an online profile that gets you the most responses from people you are most compatible with.

With the dominance of major e-commerce platforms such as Amazon, Flipkart and the ease at which brands can go online with their own website and start selling online there is serious competition for brick & mortar stores in terms of scalability os sales by reaching out to a larger base of potential customers.

The biggest challenge that is seen in this route of building a Brand / Sales through the online route is the "Cost". Many expect e-commerce to work magic but the truth of the matter is "E-commerce does have its costs which match up to/be higher than the cost of a physical store". while the previous statement is true what one needs to realise that at the same price it also allows one to reach out to a larger client base which in turn can be converted to a higher sales volume & better margins.

Saturday, 02 May 2020 02:50

Now use your Canon dSLR as a webcam

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With the spread of COVID-19 and the subsequent lockdowns across the globe virtual meetings and gatherings have become the new norm, resulting in a huge surge in demand for webcams and prices several times the MRP/MSRP. With the lockdown also brought much of our photography business to a standstill, the biggest pinch we felt was the lack of a webcam (i do remember having a decades-old, low-resolution webcam somewhere with the broken mount - hence the "somewhere bit")

We did manage a while with workarounds using 3rd party software and a screen-capture of onscreen live-view video from my cameras(DSLRs)

All this changed by this awesome announcement by Cannon

Sunday, 09 February 2020 17:07

Why you should rent a studio

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Organising and executing your own studio session is affordable !!

It is one of the best ways to take your photographic skills to the next level.

The primary advantage of shooting in a studio is the ability to control and shape the quality of light. Shooting under studio lighting also allows even low end / cropped sensor cameras to render sharp, well-detailed images. All of this control and quality means having access to a sufficiently large space and all the equipment that goes with it, usually a fairly hefty price to own & maintain. Thereby making renting a studio space is a great way to gain experience without the financial pain of buying your own equipment.

Chances are that you are a budding photographer, business owner or a marketer trying to get an idea what to expect in a photo studio for your upcoming shoot.  Typically a photographer would arrange this for you, but most often they offer you their own studio, even if sometimes their studio might not the right fit for the scope of the project.

Some planning and a well-equipped studio can greatly simplify your logistics and can mitigate most hiccups related to your project. As not all studios are created equal as the available ones vary from makeshift spaces to custom purpose-built spaces & everything in between. Some studios may also be better suited for a particular genre/style of photography than others hence the importance to select the right studio for your needs.

Photographing Children, Newborns & expectant moms are a lot different from other genres such as fashion, weddings or general candid photography. We create a warm & enjoyable environment and involve your loved ones in creating a giggle-filled experience to create our signature style portraits of the highest quality. We love capturing genuine intimate emotions of families as a whole.

Photographing children and families can be done in many ways such as relaxed and intimate, lifestyle, bright & colourful  involving lots of props, formal or casual studio poses with a soft, classic & gently posed poses. We recommend that you contact us much before your planned shoot date especially when booking for Maternity & Newborn Photography Sessions.

When you hire us you are you are not just hiring us to "snap some pictures". We go the extra mile to understand the requirements and ideas or concepts you have in mind and do everything possible to make your dreams be represented in the pictures we create.

Just like your job interview where the first impression you give a recruiter matters the most, your profile picture on LinkedIn is what catches the eye of a prospective employer. Your professional profile photo is an integral part of your LinkedIn or any other Job site profile and, along with your employment history and credentials markets you as a strong prospective employee for employers.

Why does having a professional photo on LinkedIn matter so much?

  • Prospective Employers do judge you for your professionalism & commitment by your appearance.
  • It's a natural instinct and a subconscious connection is made when one sees your profile photograph (profiles without a picture do tend to get ignored).
  • It is an integral part of your professional history and a prospective employer would be imagining how his/her brand / organization will be represented.
  • It also keeps focus on what you have to offer professionally.
Saturday, 15 December 2018 12:31

How to Build A Modeling Portfolio

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The foremost important thing a model must know is how to build a modelling portfolio. Having a good modelling portfolio is the first step on the path to being a model, and it helps in acquiring an agency representation as well. There are many ways to build your portfolio, however, the way you choose to go about it, you must bear in mind that your modelling portfolio is a vital accessory which can make or break modelling opportunities.

REMEMBER: Your portfolio is your first impression, and your best chance to book modelling work.

So how does one go about building a modelling portfolio?

Tuesday, 27 November 2018 22:00

How to improve responses on your Online Portfolio

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In this fast paced world rew relationships are being constantly made online be it for serious long term commitments through Matrimony Sites, Business / Professional relationships through LinkedIN. Even the new age Tinder is also throwing up some long term relationships. Hence it is very important to have a good impeccable professional photographs for each site based on the kind of response you are looking for.  

Saturday, 01 September 2018 18:56

An Introduction to Studio Lighting

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The word Photograph is derived from the greek words phosgraphê meaning light drawing. The best way to control light is providing your own.

Why not just use the SUN ?? apart from a short duration in the morning & evenings (on a clear day) the sun is just too bright and results in harsh shadows around objects and areas of a face. The only way to have 100% control over light is to head indoors into a studio where you can plan every ray of light to work the way you want.

A Studio (derived from the latin word studere, meaning to study) is a workroom. A Studio is  place where you can minimise the effect of sunlight and also have enough space to move around with your subject & equipment.

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  • First time working with Studio Lights ?
  • Total cost of production hard to estimate ?
  • Do you need additional support for your shoots ?
  • Finding it hard to manage the entire production ?

We follow a no-compete policy and an assistant is provided to help you get started in the shortest possible time. Unlike our competition our studio rentals include the full set of lighting equipment & accessories listed on our website when you hire our studio.

Production houses & brands can also outsource the production which will be executed strictly as per the mood-board, the post-production can be undertaken by us/raw rata can be transferred to you during/immediately after the shoot.

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