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  • Getting A Headshot? 5 Tips About What To Wear

    As an actor or actress, your headshot is the first impression that you make on a casting director. That's why it's so important that your headshot looks great. What you wear can say a lot about you, so follow these tips for to ensure that your headshot is memorable. Wear Complimenting Colors A mistake that can be made is wearing a color that is too close to your skin tone, rather than complimenting it.
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  • Three Cool Ideas For Your Engagement Photos

    If you are getting ready to hire a photographer for your engagement photos, and have been brainstorming, trying to come up with fun and memorable ideas, but come up dry, then this article is going to help you out. These three ideas are designed for people who are not interested in a typical, studio portrait and would prefer something a bit more fun and unique. Two ideas involve outdoor photography, but there is also an option for a more conventional studio setting, though it does have a twist that makes it unique.
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  • Make Sure Your Student Film Will Attract Film Festival Judges

    If you are getting ready to prep your feature length student thesis film, then it is important to plan ahead and make sure it will make it into the right festivals. You will be competing with lots of other film students, not to mention other indie filmmakers from around the country (or even world). So, once you have the script set, it's time for you and the producers to line up the right equipment, cast, and crew to help the films chances with film festival judges.
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  • Three Cool Alternatives To The Old Fashioned Department Store Baby Portrait

    If you have a newborn and you are looking to get a nice, professional portrait done, then you might have memories of your own parents taking you to a department store to get a photo taken. While that is still an option, you do have other methods of getting a portrait done of your newborn. Below are three suggestions you can consider. Old Time Photography Studio If you're looking for a fun change of pace from the traditional studio portrait, then consider a photo studio that has an "
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  • 3 Fun and Unusual Photo-Booth Ideas for a Holiday Party

    A photo booth is a totally fun way to liven up any holiday party. In the age of selfies, a photo-booth locale can be more relevant than ever. It encourages guests to take and share fun photographs of your party that can help them remember the joy of it for years to come. Photo booths can also help guests loosen up and relax. After all, the laughs a photo booth can provide can keep resurfacing all night.
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  • Understanding The Basics Of Storyboards

    Storyboards allow you to tell a visual narrative of the story you're creating for your video or other production. It gives you a path to follow as you create your final product, ensuring that you complete the story as you've envisioned it. If you've got a vision for your story but aren't sure how to bring it to life, here's a look at what you should know about how a storyboard can help.
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  • How to Choose Between Crop-Sensor and Full-Frame DSLRs

    If you're in the market for a new DSLR (or digital single-lens reflex camera), the various options can be a little overwhelming. DSLRs are becoming more affordable and accessible to amateurs and professionals alike. Many consumers end up buying a camera with a lot of features that they never use. On the other end, many customers choose a camera and then regret not having the capabilities of a more expensive model.
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