Know How Stylists Are Improvising New Techniques on Video Conference

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Styling on Video Conferencing

The pandemic has shaken the world to its core. Locked inside our homes, we’re all looking out for something to keep ourselves engaged. For many of us, it is creativity that has been helping us sail through the tough days. Taking out your old sketchbook and materializing that colorful picture stuck in your head for long sure perks you up. The ukulele that had been lying in a corner of the room is now out and about. But who thought there was a thing as virtual photoshoots and styling through video conferencing.

 

What is Virtual styling?

Virtual styling is a new concept that brings the skills of a stylist to the home via the web. It allows people in rural areas, or those who aren’t logistically able to meet with a stylist, a one-on-one consultation via Skype, Facebook, Phone, or Email in their home. The beauty of virtual styling is that it is highly flexible and a stylist can be hired at an hourly rate to give as much or as little advice as is required, without a call-out fee.

 

Virtual styling

Read below to know how styling is implemented virtually:

Stylists are improvising new techniques on Video Conferencing

While much of the world has ground to a halt under stay-at-home orders, for many people in the fashion and entertainment businesses, the show must go on. While actors, models, photographers, hairstylists, and makeup artists are all seeing their jobs radically changed, being forced to learn new skills so they can still do their jobs despite being at home has offered many of them something positive to focus on. To know how stylists are improvising new techniques on video conferencing, click here:

 

New virtual styling option

There is no doubt that the internet is bringing the world closer than we can imagine, and this is also the case when it comes to styling. While much of the world has ground to a halt under stay-at-home orders, for many people in the fashion and entertainment businesses, the show must go on. Actors and other celebrities must promote their movies, television shows, and image, while fashion and makeup brands are still rolling out new products. For on-screen talent and the people who help make them beautiful, including makeup artists and hairstylists, this is no easy feat.

Read at the below links to know some tips about virtual styling:

9 ways to look more polished on virtual work calls

Virtual conferences and meetings, are rolled up into this "new normal." When it comes to in-person meetings, success is something you are accustomed to. You've mastered the art of the handshake, eye contact, and have your perfect power outfit ready to go. It is important to elevate your on-camera business game. To know the tips on how to elevate conference call look to inspire confidence and success, click here:

6 tips to look your best on video calls

Even after the lockdown is lifted, working in a remote situation will continue to be the new normal. Sitting in front of the webcam, attending zoom video calls has been the latest trend. Video conferencing is taking over our lives. Be it a meeting or an interview or a dinner party; everything is happening over a video call. Remote working environment may continue for the next few months as well. If you are entering the professional world or are new to video conferencing, click here to the tips:

Essentials for looking best in video conference calls

You may think video conferencing doesn’t demand the same level of polish you would bring to an in-person interview or client meeting, but the visual impact remains the same. Even if you feel nervous about video conferencing, remember that practice makes perfect. Once you get the hang of being in front of the camera, you will have mastered yet another invaluable business skill. To know the tips that will help you look and act more professional as you prepare for your close up, read here;

Virtual shoots in Lockdown

While thousands of photographers are confined inside their homes during the lockdown, quirky yet novel ideas continue to hit their minds. With stringent lockdown measures underway, photographers haven’t been able to go out for photoshoots so most of them recently began doing virtual ones to keep themselves busy and focused on doing quarantine.

Virtual shoots in Lockdown

Virtual photoshoots are done entirely using video-calling applications like FaceTime and Google Duo. Regardless of high-tech cameras, equipment, and picturesque backgrounds, photographers are effortlessly making their subjects look flawless.

Read below about some virtual shoots:

How to do a virtual photo shoot

It is a season of “unprecedented times” and and everyone is possibly cooking and baking new things, perfecting a TikTok dance routine or maybe even running more. If you are planning to do a virtual photo shoot and have no idea which camera to use and what all different poses you can give, read the article:

 

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Contributor: Amrita Sinha

Amrita is in the field of media. She has a deep inclination towards writing and public speaking. She has the aim of removing the stereotypical mindset of society. She loves to read and photography is her passion.

 

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