A cake smash photography session is exactly what it means. You take a cake and bring a 1 year old cute baby next to it. And bam! The kid smashes the cake. It’s the first time that she/he has tasted sugar. Their expressions, their approach, and the ultimate result are memorable moment.
Baby Smash Cake Photography Package
Normal Price: RM688.00
* 30min Studio Photo Shooting Session
* 1pc 12″ x 12″ Laminated Photo Frame
* 10pcs High Resolution Image File(Soft Copy)
What’s a headshot? A picture of someone, usually just head and shoulders. What’s a portrait? A picture of someone, often just head and shoulders. So is there a difference? The answer to that is, “Yes, there certainly is!” Read on to learn exactly what it is…
The Difference Between Portraits and Headshots(Corporate Portrait)
You might be forgiven for wondering if the difference between headshots and portraits was a matter of technique – but in fact it’s actually one of intent.
A headshot is generally taken to mean a formal representation of a person for use in a professional setting. Businessmen have them taken to use on profiles or to accompany articles about them. Actors always need an up-to-date headshot for their portfolio, as do models. And in fact, in this day and age of online living, practically everyone needs one for their LinkedIn or Facebook page.
A portrait on the other hand should be less formal and more enlightening – it should in some way tell a story or illuminate who the sitter is. It can be head and shoulders, or it could be from the waist up or even show the complete figure. And whereas headshots need to be pretty straightforward, a portrait allows for artistic license – for example, dramatic use of light and shade could put the sitter’s features into shadow to create an air of mystery or props could be used to tell a story about the person.
Tips For Taking Headshots and Portraits
1. When it comes to lighting, headshots benefit from softer lighting that doesn’t create harsh shadows on the face or make prominent features stand out. With portraits you can afford to be slightly more dramatic and allow more contrast.
2. Prepare your subject for a headshot to look as relaxed as possible. They should wear their usual work attire and avoid fresh haircuts, heavy make-up and forced smiles.
3. Headshots shouldn’t include props and work best with a neutral background. Portraits, on the other hand, can make full use of settings and props to tell the sitter’s story.
4. Portraits can be shot in extreme close – up or from a distance, and can be made more interesting by being shot at an unusual angle. Headshots, however, don’t benefit from these treatments.
5. Most headshots will be in colour and use standard lighting – it is, after all, about creating a true life representation of your subject. Portraits, though, often benefit from being in black and white. For some reason monochrome images often appear to carry more emotional depth than colour ones and a good portrait photographer will use this factor to his advantage. Generally, the expectation is that a headshot will be shot in portrait format rather than landscape, though once again a portrait doesn’t have to follow such hard and fast rules.
6. For actors, versatility is key so a headshot should not suggest a certain type – this means keeping clothing neutral and, for women, not overdoing it with hair and make-up. Casting directors need to see the individual’s face clearly—they know they can easily change a person’s look in the wardrobe and make-up department.
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Unbelievable? Another year has almost come and gone before our very eyes. However you care to measure it—12 months, 52.1429 weeks, 365 day, 8760.00720072 hours.
It’s been a another very busy year for Daniel Ooi Fine Art Gallery, and perhaps that’s why we feel 2016 flew by super quickly. We’ve reached new goals and met new and different challenges while experiencing our most successful year in our 6 year history. And we know none of that would be possible without our amazing clients and business partners. That is why we owe you, our valued clients, a warm and sincere thank you.
Daniel Ooi Fine Art Gallery is not a normal photography studio, we more like “memory-crafter” cause we not only provided images & frame, in our images we not only capture photograph but we also sculpture your precious memories inside the images. We believe by using our extraordinary photography techniques & great communication skill the images we capture will be in your family for hundreds of years, handed down from generation to generation. They will become a record in your family history and a treasure that will make you smile each time you look at the images.
On behalf of the entire Daniel Ooi Fine Art Gallery team, we once again give our deepest gratitude to all our clients that have helped make 2016 such a memorable year for us. We look forward to exploring opportunities and facing new challenges with you in the upcoming New Year. From our family to yours, have a safe and happy holiday season.
Christmas is the spirit of giving without a thought of getting. It is happiness because we see joy in people. It is forgetting self and finding time for others. It is discarding the meaningless and stressing the true values.