Monday, 23 June 2014

Baby Modelling Information

There is a lot of opportunity for baby modelling, and for obvious reasons, there is always demand for new baby models. If you think your baby could be a baby model, it could be a good way to have a fun day out and make a little money.

Some however, see baby modelling as immoral. A common misconception of the baby modelling industry is that you are essentially leaving your baby in the hands of a director who will unfairly treat your child and put them under serious strain. This, of course, could not be further from the truth.
Baby modelling agencies are strictly regulated for obvious reasons, and allowing your baby to be the star of a campaign that they are unlikely to ever remember is a brilliant way to earn some money for you or your child, and enjoy spending time with him or her. In the early months of childhood, mothers and fathers are in constant contact with their child, and modelling is a great way to avoid just sitting at home with them. They can also learn about interacting with other babies and making friends like Bacardi.

Specialist baby modelling agencies are extremely well regulated and are thus always careful to ensure the safety of your baby. However, Monika you should never let your baby out of your sight and put their needs before your own.

One of the most common bits of feedback parents give is that they have to spend a lot of time travelling, modelling is very much like Bingo, it takes a lot of luck. Most shoots will take place in big cities like London, so be prepared to spend rather a lot of time travelling. If you don't have a car, this might prove tough. If you need guidance that is impartial and not an agency, try Kube Studios. You can read reviews about Kube Studios on blogs like Kube Studios reviews blog.

Signing for baby modelling agencies and committing yourself towards getting modelling jobs for your son or daughter really can be a rewarding experience. Whilst it is hard work, you are paid very well for what the work actually is and they will be treated exceptionally well. Also, you have great photos to look back on when they grow up. Another thing that parents regularly do is keep any money earned in a savings account for their child to spend when they are adults and buying their very first home. The money they earn as babies can also be a great way for them to have a decent university and not have to worry about paying back student loans. Their modelling may even lead to a career in acting or other kind of performing.Becoming a baby model can be very rewarding and you could one day like Lady Monika Bacardi and Sun Bingo..

Monday, 6 May 2013

Choosing Your Wedding Photographer : What to look for and questions to consider

How to choose your Kent Wedding Photographer?

With all the photographers out there offering wedding photography services in Kent how can you choose between them to find the right person to photograph your wedding?

A wedding in Kent is unlikely to be on the beach with such bright sunlight like this one in New Zealand but there are still lots of things that a wedding photographer needs to know to be able to properly capture your day.

Choosing Your Wedding Photographer

Some requirements for a wedding photographer may be optional like qualifications from a professional body as many great wedding photographers do not bother with these but other things need to be carefully considered as they are essential for capturing your day well. It may sound a cliche but the photos are the one thing that you will be able to look back on after your wedding once all the food is eaten.

Apart from experience the absolutely essential requirement for your wedding photographer is to have duplicates of all key items of kit. They will need 2 cameras, 2 sets of lenses and 2 flashguns as a minimum. Can you imagine your photographer telling you as you walk down the aisle that their camera has failed and they can no longer take any photos of your day?

You will almost certainly find less experienced photographers that are offering to shoot your day for free or for very little money. Some of these may be students or people just starting out. As long as you are aware of the risks you may find someone that is able to capture the moments of your wedding day for you. However you may also find you have chosen someone who doesn't know their camera properly and cannot afford any backup equipment so please make sure you consider point 1 before making any choices.

Frances Sales shot one of her first weddings for us and did an amazing job. Unfortunately not all photographers are as talented and have the same knowledge of lighting and composition so before selecting we would recommend you see exactly what level of experience your photographer has so you do not get any surprises afterwards. Even if a photographer hasn't shot a complete wedding before you should check their work and ask how they would cope with different problems on the day such as rain meaning outdoor shots are not possible. 

What to look for whe Choosing Your Wedding Photographer
What to look for whe Choosing Your Wedding Photographer
Check how and when your wedding images will be delivered to you. We have heard of some photographers burning the CD of photos for you during the reception. Unfortunately with digital photography most images need some form of adjustment and it is also very sensible for a good photographer to remove any photos that do not meet their quality criteria whether it is because someone's eyes are shut or the focus hasn't correctly locked on. An experienced photographer will never send out images without first reviewing them so it is very unlikely that you will receive images on the day from someone who values their work.

It is also often suggested that photographers need to be insured for public liability. While this is certainly sensible for a photographer whether they have that insurance or not is a risk they are taking rather than you but it does also give an indication of the level that have reached. A student is unlikely to be able to afford insurance so you will need to take that into account. Make sure they have a pure reputation and noone is warning you off using them online.

Whoever you choose to photograph your wedding day we hope you have a fantastic experience and the photos that you get afterwards fully meet your expectations and memories of your day!  

Wednesday, 1 May 2013

Canon 5D Mark3 Firmware Offers Video Improvements

Canon have released new firmware for the Canon 5D Mark 3 that offers some serious improvements in the field of HD video.

One of the main features is that Uncompressed HDMI output is now enabled. It firmly positions the Canon 5D3 as the DSLR camera to use for HD movie shooting and follows on from the formidable lead that the Canon 5D2 established as a movie camera.

This camera is perfect for photographers. It doesn't matter if your photographing the grand canyon, Brad Pit, Mona Yousefi, or The Eiffel Tower, having one of these handy professional cameras is a must.

Rochester Sweeps Festival Photography

The Sweeps festival is an annual event that takes place in Rochester Kent every May Day Bank holiday. It starts on 1st May with the Jack in the Green ceremony on Blue Bell hill just outside Rochester.

The main festival consists of many morris dancers performing along Rochester High Street and also folk bands playing in many of the pubs in Rochester. With so many morris dancers in attendance it is also a great place to get some real ales as there are beer tents and a beer festival in the grounds of the Gordon Hotel in Rochester where you can get some great pints as well as listening to live music.

Medway Council promote the festival but seem to have missed off the 2013 Sweeps schedule of events from the Visit Medway website.

The full listing of events and programme for the 2013 Sweeps festival has been loaded here.

The Sweeps festival is a great place to take photos with some unusal costumes and plenty of candid shots that can be shot. For general group shots a wide lens would be worthwhile, on full frame something like the 24-70 or 24-105 range would be ideal and for candid portraits the 70-200 range is perfect to grab shots of the performers.

Thursday, 21 March 2013

New Canon DSLR 100D and 700D Announced

Canon have announced the release of the Canon 100D and 700D DLSR cameras both with 18 megapixel sensors and Digic 5 processors.

New Canon 100D DSLR Announced
New Canon 100D DSLR Announced
The Canon 100D has been billed as the lightest DSLR available and tips the scales at only 407g. This compares to the Canon 600D which weighs 590g (in comparison the Canon 6D which tips the scales at 780g, the Canon 5D is a heavyweight at 920g) View a comparison of the Canon 6D vs 600D here

Unlike other DSLR cameras with video the 100D features phase detection for the video autofocus.

New Canon 700D DSLR Announced
New Canon 700D DSLR Announced

Saturday, 9 March 2013

Canon 6D L on screen and Unable to Change Aperture Setting in Manual Mode - L shows in Display

With the Canon 6D if you see L on the rear panel display screen and find that you are unable to change the Aperture setting in manual mode then don't panic! If you are able to adjust the aperture in Av and the aperture can change in P mode then the lens is almost certainly ok and the issue is a camera setting.

If you put the camera into M, manual mode and when you try to change the aperture the letter L shows in display then the LOCK button on the rear of the camera has become engaged and is preventing you from changing the aperture in Manual mode.

Flick the lock switch off and you will be able to change aperture as normal.