BBT Style Bridal Accessory Campaign Summer 2014

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Thanks to the hit TV show “Downton Abbey”, wedding headbands are the new “must-have” bridal accessory for today’s bride. Headbands may be relatively new in the bridal world, but they are making a huge impact.  More and more brides are choosing wedding headbands over more traditional wedding headpieces like veils, tiaras or combs. A bridal headband, as whimsical as it is romantic, can create a modern, elegant or glitzy look. They are also the perfect fashion-forward accent for more contemporary brides who may prefer traditional bridal gowns like sheaths and vintage dresses. What’s even more perfect about these wedding headbands is that they are compatible with nearly any hairstyle – from hair worn long and loose to short hairstyles and updos. A glitzy headband will be a beautiful finishing touch to your wedding look, and if you want to go “boho chic”, then adding a head band across your forehead will do just the trick!

A bride-to-be should look for a wedding headband that enhances her overall look. From simple to elaborate, there is a wedding headband for every style of bride! Check out these amazing and elegant Bridal Head Bands designed by BBT Style and head on over to their Etsy page for more information.
http://bbtstyle.com/
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BBT Style has been busy, out and about, and featured on:
Worn by several contestants on NBC’s The Voice – Season 5 & 6
ND Living – November cover and article
Worn by Nia Peeples in the movie Dark Desire
Worn by Miss North Dakota USA 2013
Worn by Amber Carrington – Season 4 NBC The Voice
Worn by Miss Maine USA 2013
Brand Ambassador Samantha Johnson – Chicago Redstars Professional Soccer Player
Seen worn by Jessica Alba’s daughter
Displayed at the GBK’s 2012 MTV Movie Awards gift lounge
Twitter – Natalie Gilmore of Fanny Pak, RaeLynn, and others

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BBT Style has been busy, out and about, and featured on:
Worn by several contestants on NBC’s The Voice – Season 5 & 6
ND Living – November cover and article
Worn by Nia Peeples in the movie Dark Desire
Worn by Miss North Dakota USA 2013
Worn by Amber Carrington – Season 4 NBC The Voice
Worn by Miss Maine USA 2013
Brand Ambassador Samantha Johnson – Chicago Redstars Professional Soccer Player
Seen worn by Jessica Alba’s daughter
Displayed at the GBK’s 2012 MTV Movie Awards gift lounge
Twitter – Natalie Gilmore of Fanny Pak, RaeLynn, and others

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Etsy Shop: FlowerCouture- Gatsby Collection

CMMS Studio traveled back to the Roaring 1920′s with Etsy’s shop, FlowerCouture.  Our team built two sets that resembled a Gatsby atmosphere.  We brought models in from the South Carolina Pageant circuit (including Miss Teen South Carolina- Brook Sill and Miss Junior Teen United States- Savanna Brown), models from Model Mayhem, and even our MUA took part as a model in this incredible experience!  FlowerCouture’s owner, Lynn Brown thought the photos were, “Stunning!”  Knowing that we fulfilled and exceeded our client’s expectations makes our profession and passion for photography worth while.

 

Find these FAB headbands on Flower Couture‘s Etsy page>
http://www.etsy.com/shop/FlowerCouture

Photography by CMMS Studio (Custom Multimedia Solutions)
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#Gatsby dress by Tanya-Marie Design

Models: Miranda Hodges, Ashley Lauren Pendergist, Kelehear Dickerson, Savanna Rae Brown (Miss Junior Teen United States), Blythe Neal, Brook Sill (Miss Teen SC USA)

MUA: Andrea Flowers

Miranda Hodges wearing Etsy Flower Couture Headband for a Gatsby Promotion. Photography by CMMS Studio in Myrtle Beach, SC

Ashley Lauren Pendergist wearing Etsy Flower Couture Headband for a Gatsby Promotion. Photography by CMMS Studio in Myrtle Beach, SC

Blythe Neal wearing Etsy Flower Couture Headband for a Gatsby Promotion. Photography by CMMS Studio in Myrtle Beach, SC Kelehear Dickerson wearing Etsy Flower Couture Headband for a Gatsby Promotion. Photography by CMMS Studio in Myrtle Beach, SC Miranda Hodges wearing Etsy Flower Couture Headband for a Gatsby Promotion. Photography by CMMS Studio in Myrtle Beach, SC Savanna Rae Brown, Miss Junior Teen United States, wearing Etsy Flower Couture Headband for a Gatsby Promotion. Photography by CMMS Studio in Myrtle Beach, SC Ashley Lauren Pendergist wearing Etsy Flower Couture Headband for a Gatsby Promotion. Photography by CMMS Studio in Myrtle Beach, SC

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Photographer/Creative Director/Graphic Artist: Meganpixels Parker
Graphic Artist: Amanda “Dazzling” Welch
Videographer/Lighting/Gaffer/ : Art Barrera
Lighting/Gaffer: Keith Bardwell

Wedding Dress Secrets

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How do some brides pull it off with their wedding dresses? Where do they shop for fantastic dresses that do not come with the prices of Balenciaga wedding frocks? If you are getting married this year, the thought might not cross your mind, but it pays to know what to do in advance.

Shop Months Ahead

Planning for the wedding covers hundreds of details for a one-day affair. If you can afford a wedding planner to do the worrying that would be great but if you opt to do the footwork yourselves, be realistic about diving the chores with your groom so you can focus on shopping for a wedding dress, bridesmaid dresses, and your trousseau.

In your excitement, you might make the mistake of hundreds of brides before you. The common mistake brides make is taking too much time deciding on their wedding dresses. Ordering a wedding dress should have a margin for alterations and several fittings before it is finally ready for pick up, which in most cases is about three weeks before the wedding. Bridal shops require that you make an order at least six months before the wedding; this may seem to be too well in advance, which is correct.

In six months time, you start shopping around. When you find one that stands out from the rack of wedding dresses and discover it does not fit, there is time to make extensive alterations. If you find a dress that’s perfect but you want pearls to be added on the bodice, then that’s another time-consuming refurbishing.

Another thing, if you are planning a summer wedding get your order before the summer boom. Bridal shops are up to their neck with alterations by this time and you won’t find a shop willing to take on a rush order for wedding dresses. Unless you have a perfect figure and can fit the regular sizes and you immediately find something gorgeous, there should be no problem. But don’t bet on this.

The Custom Look Without the Expense

You might have set your sights on Oscar de la Renta wedding dresses, which are unfortunately beyond your budget. If you look around, you can find a similar style from a Tanya-Marie Bridal collection, Mari Lee collection, Jai Bridals, Alfred Sung, and Collector – for the fraction of the price of ritzy designer labels. You might be surprised at the extensive selections, the fabulous fabrics, and designs and best of all, the price for a stunning wedding dress and you can rent your wedding dress!

Advantage of One-Stop Shopping

Bridal shops have bridal packages and give away lots of discounts if you buy your wedding dress, bridesmaid dresses, mother-of-the-bride’s dress, wedding invitations and wedding cake from them. This saves you time and the stress of dealing with different shops. The bridal shop specialist assigned to you also works closely with you and gives you updates on your wedding stuff. These are a hundred dollars

Ordering Online

Ordering wedding dresses online is a convenience. But be very accurate with your measurements before clicking away. Ask a professional seamstress take your measurement first. Doing the measurement yourself may not be a good idea; mistakes are costly and the dress may need extensive work for a single mistake.

If the bridal shop is within your locality or just an hour’s drive away, visit the shop and try on the wedding gowns and dresses that suit your body shape and skin coloring. This eliminates future problems about fit. Now you know some of the secrets when shopping for your wedding dress.

 

- Written by Egypt Eve

 

 


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Miss Palmetto State 2014

Every time we work with Tess we consistently get great images.  She came to us in need of some headshots for her upcoming Miss South Carolina USA pageant. Photogenic is barely a word to describe the beauty of this girl.  Her confidence, poise, and angelic nature radiate through each frame.

 

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Recent Photogenics

Fall photogenics are in full swing.  Aynor Harvest Hoe Down, Loris Bog-Off, NC Yam Festival, OH MY!  Here are some of our recent headshot Most Photogenic winners.

 

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Last, but not least our Loris High School Pageant MOST PHOTOGENIC Winner- Brook.

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HATS RAGE – LONDON FASHION WEEK

Hats and hair accessories were the rage at London Fashion Week.  CMMS Studio Photography has also been on top of this trend adding millinery to their model’s photo shoots.

The British Fashion Council has opened a show: “Headonism” showcasing the newest in millinery fashion as the London College of Fashion opened “Head On” exploring the role of hats in contemporary fashion.

Historically, hats have been considered a part of an ensemble and in many cases social correctness required the wearing of a hat, especially in England.  CMMS Studio has now found a rebirth of millinery in popular culture. The recession, as a backdrop, is a part of this flourishing hat design re-birth, as headpieces have long been associated with stature. In this economic downturn hats are being worn to this effect.

Wit and whimsy set the tone for the varied looks at the fashion catwalks this year. Wildly plumed bonnets, silk turbans, veiled hats, berets, were all seen as pop culture headgear. Jaunty irreverence and spirited youthfulness defined the collections.

Unconfined by the need for neck holes and arm sleeves, milliners can express creativity with freedom as few other designers can. The inspiration can be found in the natural world (feathers), in geometry, exoticism and in history. The final product expresses the wearer’s personal style.

Bolted, the new ready to wear collection from Keely Hunter Millinery is an amazing line. Inspired by London street culture and a love of fluorescents and perspex, Bolted featured a range of ready to wear beanies and flat peak caps emblazoned with pop culture motifs.

According to Fashion-Era, known for historical fashion research, “Humans have covered their heads since time immemorial.  Initially headwear offered protection from the elements and from injury from falling rocks, weapons or masonry.  Later head coverings became symbols of status of authority.  Soon after hats progressed to become not only a uniform, but also an art form.

In fashion terms, hats are a noticeable accessory because the onlooker’s attention is first drawn to the face. A hat is the most noticeable fashion item anyone can wear.  The old saying goes ‘if you want to get ahead and get noticed, then get a hat’.  Indeed the word ‘ahead’ means just that one head further forward.

Millinery has existed in Britain since 1700.  In English courts the term milliner was used and this was derived from the term for travelling haberdashers from Milan in Italy.  These travelling sales people sold all the items necessary to dress and were called milliners.

In France hats were made by hat-makers called chapeliers.  Today the term modiste is used in France.  Today technically a hat-maker makes hats for men whilst a milliner makes hats for women.

Running parallel to these hat-making arts are feather workshops or more correctly workshops called plumassiers where feathers are dyed and made into arrangements.  Plumes have always been a status symbol and sign of economic stability.

Millinery trends will always complement fashion trends of the season. For 2013 citrus and pastel colors will be popular. We will see a lot of beautiful lace colors.

Hailing from Dublin, milliner, Paula Lawlor shares her top tips for when it comes to choosing that all-important hat to wear: “Personally a lady has some issues to address. If you are petite or a larger sized lady a huge hat with large brim may be your image to wear but practically will not suit your stature.  Think of structure and height, it will elongate your figure; you can be dramatic and carry a tall sculptured piece with ease.

Always try on sizes and styles, don’t invest in a hat just because the color matches your outfit. A big part of an outfit and the wearing of a hat has so much to do with confidence, if you feel a million dollars in an outfit you will have poise and style, that magic ingredient is in us all.”

 

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Videography 101 – part 1

Hi everyone and welcome to my Video Production Tips & Tricks for Beginners Blog.

We live in an era of exciting and new technology in which consumer grade photographic and video equipment are capable of producing high quality images and video at an affordable price. That’s the sales pitch that you get at major electronics retail stores: “great affordable equipment”. However, great equipment doesn’t even win half of the battle if you don’t understand how it works or how to use it.

It is a common and misguided notion that photography and video are “easy”. Many assume that the ability to aim a camera at something or someone, frame the subject then get it into focus and press a shutter/record button makes them a Photographer or Videographer.

Sure it looks easy and like loads of fun, but becoming professionals in our fields takes many years of education, learning and understanding of the technical and creative side of our respective crafts. This is very often taken for granted by the general public.

Having said that, a person not looking to make a living at photography & video is not likely to invest in years of education and training in the field. This however does not mean that they are sentenced to produce lousy home films. A little knowledge can make a night and day difference in the most amateur home films and render some very satisfying results that friends and family will enjoy and praise!

As a videographer and editor with over 10 years of experience in film and video, I’ve seen my share of horrible shots. Fortunately, that has not been the norm in the professional world but I cannot say the same for home movies. So then the question arises: What makes one shot good and another bad? It’s not always as obvious as some might think and we will analyze that.

So, I have to ask: how well can you use your video camera?

Video cameras are all the same in terms of how they work. They do vary in quality and all the “bells and whistles”.  There are cameras that have specific uses such as for TV, security, endoscopes, etc. and then there is the “Camcorder”: a flexible video camera that has many uses yet is compact enough to allow one to do some pretty cool things. Things that we can’t do with a broadcast camera.

Next there is technique, the do’s and don’ts of shooting film. Yes, there are rules and they are there to be broken, but not without understanding WHY. This is very important.

I am going to take you through a journey through two landscapes of film-making: The Technical and The Creative. Although they are very different in nature and some may argue that each occupies an opposite hemisphere of the brain, one cannot work successfully without the other.

It is my hope that these posts help the novice home film-maker to better understand their equipment and learn a little bit of technique that is not only useful, but fun!

For my next post, I will visit the camera and some of those mysterious buttons and what they do,  then I will touch a little on technique.

I will leave you with a quote from Mr. Robert Altman: “Filmmaking is a chance to live many lifetimes”…

Storm Damaged Heirlooms

Allow our team of photo restoration specialists lend support to the victims of the Superstorm Sandy.  Your precious memories will be restored at our cost (no profit margin).  Take a moment to view our website and see what we can do to help you preserve those invaluable pieces of heritage.

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Furry Friends Pet Photography

CMMS Studio is the “cat’s meow” for pet portraiture.  The “Dog Days of Summer” are over now so come on out and get a beautiful portrait made of your favorite furry child or children. We are also offering a special on Pet Portrait Painting for those who are interested! Check out our Pinterest for some furry inspiration!