Showing posts with label Fashion. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Fashion. Show all posts

Thursday, October 4, 2012

New Hettinger Photography T-Shirts PRE-ORDER TODAY!!

The T-Shirts are $25.00 or $30.00 if you need them shipped! These will not be given away for free in contest or in any offers! If you see these shirts around anywhere you know they support Hettinger Photography because it was purchased through us! We now have Sizes S-XL. All you have to do is click on the drop down box below and select your size, if you want it shipped, or if you can pick it up at our studio in Kirksville, MO. You can pay by PayPal, Debit or Credit Card! Let me know if you have any other questions! Shirts should be at the Studio in about 1 month! Thank you for your pre-orders! (AND PLEASE WHEN YOU RECEIVE YOUR SHIRT PLEASE POST A PICTURE OF YOURSELF WEARING IT ON FACEBOOK AND TAG US IN IT)

Thanks for your support,
Josh Hettinger

• 50% polyester/50% cotton • 1x1 rib knit v-neck • Set-in sleeves • Double-needle


T-SHIRT SIZES S-M-L-XL


Friday, April 27, 2012

New Sponser ~RadicalRoounds.com~

Need some great necklace pendant? If so check some of these out...(perfect for proms & weddings or just going out for the night) TO SEE THE WHOLE COLLECTION CLICK HERE!


 

Monday, February 6, 2012

Fashion Trends for Jewelry

Genuine Swiss Blue Topaz and Diamond Earring

A continuing trend that drives designer’s picks for fashion colors is the consumers’ drive for individuality, fashion, and escapism. People in the market are looking for jewelry that will make them more fashionable. Sometimes people can go for a more adventurous and daring piece of jewelry, and sometimes people can accessorize with subtle jewelry. Whatever the choice is for the day, no one can go wrong with putting on some few fabulous jewels.

If one wants to pull out an adventurous look, luckily the latest industry predictions for Spring 2011 show that designers have opted for colors on the opposite side of the color spectrum. This spring is in it for vivid, bright, and lively colors. So how can anyone go wrong throwing on a amethyst ring, or a aquamarine one. Even a black diamond ring can throw off anyone’s outfit. Colors are in for this spring. Citrine earrings, blue topaz earrings, aquamarine earrings, pink sapphires, and smoky topaz earrings can really brighten up your wardrobe, and you will definitely fall into this seasons latest trend. Gems are also always enriched with deep and vivid colors, and at CR Miller Jewelers all of these mentioned colors and jewelry are available. Remember bright colors are going to make you pop, and there is no problem looking dazzling this spring.

Another popular trend this season, are the neutral colors that play the backbone for all other colors to play on. These nude hues leave an honest vibe that makes anyone relaxed, calm, and approachable. Even gold is trending in this style. Any type of gold chain, ring, or earrings, can give someone a relaxed style, and also look very trendy for this season. Smoky Topaz earrings would be a great example to following this trend.. This light brown gives a haze to one’s look, looking fresh and ready for spring! You can also mix up your look with a garnet and diamond mixed earring, giving you a fresh look, which is parallel to the neutral colors giving off this season.

Going for a subtler look? No one can go wrong having a white diamond ring. A regular diamond can give off your presence in a classy and even a flirtatious way. If diamonds are not your thing, throw on a classic pearl necklace. Every one should have at least one pearl necklace in their jewelry box. Having a simple necklace around your neck won’t do you wrong either.

Black & White Diamond Ring


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Saturday, February 4, 2012

Fashion Modeling – Making a career in the Glamours World


Photo Shoot in Peoria, IL
Are you admiring of turning into a fashion model? Do you desire to be the next good-looking face on a popular publication cover? Does the idea of parading losing a runway in the newest fashions appeal to you? Becoming a fashion model is not as difficult as you might think.

Do not guess that all models must weight 100 pounds and stand five feet eight inches, this is simply not right. As in other professions, fashion models come in a variety of shapes, colors, and extent and perform a variety of fashion modeling jobs for magazines, newspapers, fashion shows, and television.

If you desire to know more regarding how to follow the amiable career of being a fashion model, here are a few tips that can help you out:

Read books on fashion modeling. Start as a teen model or even before, visit the records to make use of books or videos about the skill of fashion modeling. Resources may grace with your presence to related topics, such as grooming, fashion, and etiquette and not just fashion modeling alone. Learn how to walk, talk, and smile gracefully, among other things, so you will be ready once a fashion modeling chance comes along, since being pretty sometimes isn't enough.

Photo of Jazmin in Kirksville, MO Studio
Many society colleges or public groups offer non-credit modeling classes for individual improvement. Sign up for the next fashion modeling class, which sometimes may include modeling techniques under other titles, such as "Deportment" or "Fashion Design." Learn all you can about latest stylish hairstyles and the latest makeup to prepare for your calling to the fashion world.

Raise your own beauty in preparation for fashion modeling. Find the excellent hairstyle for your features. Experiment with arrangement for a look that enhances rather than cover your natural beauty. Exercise and eat healthy for a shape that moves stylishly and confidently for fashion modeling. Try on a variety of styles of clothing to recognize the styles that admiring comment your appearance. Practice smiling in the reflect and decide which your “best” side is. Most fashion models desire to be photographed from either the left or right side.

Enroll in a professional modeling course. The goal for these courses is not essentially to get students a modeling job, but to educate them how to accent their best features to achieve female confidence and a self-confident manner. You will appear feeling, and move more comfortably after taking a modeling course of related type. You also can make proficient associates that may guide you to an agency for a test if you appear to be what they are looking for.

Respond to a fashion model test call. Modeling agencies normally promote on the radio and in newspapers when they are sponsoring a search for new talent. They may appoint a sure day when applicants are invited to visit the modeling agency for a test and possible interview. Call forward to find out what type of model they are looking for and whether you need to formulate special planning, such as bringing props for a photograph shoot.

Becoming a fashion model can be enjoyable, demanding, and satisfying. The above opinion on how to become a model should get you on your modeling way.





Friday, January 20, 2012

What should you wear to your Photo Shoot?



Get creative! Bring hats, cool shoes, boots, jackets, jewelry, scarves-you name it! Got an awesome dress? Feel free to bring that, too. If you're unsure about something, bring it anyway.
Abby McKim (Senior Picture)
Although we want your photo shoot to be "about you," your selection of attire can make a big difference between snap shots and beautiful portraits! Below you will find a brief outline of how to prepare yourself for your session:

Color:
Black and burgundy are colors that work well with dark backgrounds. On the other hand, denim, pastels, and whites work better with light backgrounds and with most outdoor settings.

Attire:
Long sleeves are usually best; bare arms usually distract from the beauty of the face! You might consider bringing different items for different poses. However, the key here is to wear something that's comfortable. If you are not at ease with how you look, this will show in your photographs!

Jewelry:
Keep your jewelry to a minimum. Metals tend to create unwanted reflections. If you wear earrings, keep them small.

Makeup:
If you do your own makeup, carefully apply foundation with a clean makeup sponge. Then apply a loose skintone powder. Apply blusher with a clean and dry makeup sponge. Then use a soft brush to apply a final layer of loose powder to eliminate harsh blusher outlines. Apply mascara lightly. Use an eyebrow pencil to improve your natural eyebrow line. Apply lip liner and fill in with a good lipstick. Lastly, be careful not to get makeup on your clothes! Dress first and then protect your attire with a cape or plastic cover.

Hair:
If you want to tie back your hair, do not wear a big bow. Use a barrette or other similar accessory. You may consider fixing your hair differently for different poses. If you do this it is a 
Garren Howard (Senior Picture)
good idea to bring a hair brush and water spray bottle. If you dye your hair, make sure that your roots are not beginning to show! Many pictures are spoiled by the natural color roots appearing under the new color. Also, dying the hair often leaves it dry and brittle. If this happens, it is a good idea to add mousse or another moisturizer to the hair prior to your photo-shoot. If your hair looks good, we can focus on composition!

And Finally...

This is your day! We want you to relax and have fun and let your good looks from within shine!