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5 of My Best Tips for Getting Through Airport Security Fast

At one point or another, we may have experienced getting stuck at the airport security due to reasons we can’t seem to understand. At times, it is hard to comprehend why airport officials have to stop us just because we bring liquids, and other personal items.

As a traveler, I have gone through all types of delays and getting stuck at different airports. However, wherever you may be, and where you are headed to, airport rules are basically the same. Therefore, I would like to list out 5 of my best tips for getting through airport security fast:

Tip #1 – Dress comfortably

Airport security dictates the need to remove shoes, belts, and other metallic accessories when passing through X-ray machines. Thus, if you want to get through fast, make sure to dress accordingly.

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Why I Left My Corporate Job to Travel

To some, the decision I made to quit my corporate job in order to travel is simply unbelievable. After all, at a young age, I have already achieved things that some of my older colleagues are still trying to obtain. I am at the peak of my career, and, I must say, I am successful. Because of this, many of my friends seemed surprised when I decided to submit my resignation, and finally do the thing I want the most – travel.

Travel is not just my escape – it’s my happiness.

Granted, the complexities of work are undeniable. Existing in the corporate world means a lot of sacrifices. I always had to brush shoulders with people I barely know. I barely manage having a time for my own. At the end of the day, I occasionally feel headaches and stress after spending long hours at work.

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Types of Photography

Types of Photography

In general terms, photography is the art of taking photographs. There are several sub-genres of photography that has its own set of guidelines and unique perspective on the art. General photography equipment can be used for the most common types of photography. This kind of equipment is easily accessible to many people. It is wise to explore the different facets of photography if you are considering becoming a photographer.

The most popular type of photography is portrait photography.  The photographer who is taking the portrait is responsible for capturing not only an image of a person, but also capture the personality and spirit of the subject. Portrait photography is done in a studio with controlled lighting setups, but this can take place anywhere people are.

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Photography for Beginners

Photography for Beginners

Whether you are seeking a career in photography or just a hobby, basic photography courses can teach you more about taking photos. The courses focus on the basics, but sometimes they teach more about how to use your camera. You may even earn a certificate for some programs in photography.

Many photographers find their own aesthetic standards on their own when starting out, but a photography class can teach the different elements of a photograph and how to examine it. Once you  have learned the basics of what a photograph is composed of, you then gain the ability to judge photography using your own  preference against those proposed by standard classical photography.

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Makeup Tips for Stunning Photoshoots

You’re getting ready for a photo shoot.  You have chosen your location, your subject, your lighting, your equipment.  But what about makeup?  How much should you use?  What kind?  You want everything to look just right, and every detail to be just so – what kind of advice can you give your subject, when it comes to his or her cosmetics?

One of the most useful things to remember is that it’s easy to overdo it.  When it comes to makeup for a photo shoot, less is more.  Too much dramatic makeup and the subject looks ridiculous, clownish, and it distracts from the overall feel of the shoot.  Unless, for some reason, you’d like that overdone look, it’s always best to suggest that your subject keep the cosmetics minimal.

Eyeliner is a particularly tricky element.  If your subject would like to wear it, suggest that a very thin-tipped pencil eyeliner be used.  Thick liquid eyeliner can look even more overstated in the photos, because the shadows under the eyes add to the effect.  Especially if you’re shooting outside in direct sunlight, or in shadow, the eyeliner can easily become too much and make your subject look vampiric or like she has dark circles under her eyes from a long night of debauchery.

Mascara should also receive the same light touch.  Too much can make the eyelashes clumpy, and close-ups will reveal that some lashes are stuck together – not a flattering look for anyone.

When it comes to lipstick, a nice bright shade can make the mouth really pop – especially if you’re going for a particular expression.  Make sure, however, to check between each photo that the subject has not gotten any on her teeth.  Nothing can ruin a picture like a big smudge of red against white.  Keep the coat fresh, and make sure that it has been applied with a clean line to the corners of the mouth.

I would not recommend that you use any concealer at all.  It can get stuck in the lines of your subject’s face, and make their expressions look dry and powdery.  If you’re concerned about blemishes or lines, post-production editing is far better for addressing these concerns.

A natural, breezy, carefree look is often best.  It is a good rule of thumb to never put on more makeup than your subject is used to earing. If subjects have more on their faces than they’re used to, they will often behave differently – hld their mouths differently, emote with more effort.  A heavy coat of makeup lies heavy on the features, and makes the subjects look as unnatural and uncomfortable as they feel.

If you are particularly worried about the application of makeup for your shoot, it doesn’t hurt to call in a professional.  Professional makeup artist will work with you to capture the spirit of the shoot, and can develop a color palette that matches the surroundings and the skin tones of your subject.  If your subject is a model, it may be that he or she is not even very good at applying makeup, because it has never been necessary for him or her to do so.  Models often have a makeup artist do all of this work for them, so if you don’t feel confident in your ability to oversee the application, it might be wise to rely on an expert.

No matter what your needs, however, remember that happiness is the best cosmetic.  A subject who feels comfortable and respected will be more willing to let that spirit that you’re trying to capture shine through, no matter how much or little makeup you put on his or her face.

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Professional Photography For Military Welcome Home Events

Professional Photography For Military Welcome Home Events

Over the past few years there has been more and more desire for spouses to hire a professional photographer for a military welcome home events. The first time I photographed one of these events was when a friends husband who was a U.S. Marine Officer returned from a 9 month deployment. These moments are truly unique in that the couples have often been apart for several months, if not more than a year. Those serving in the military may have been on deployment, training at TBS or some other school, or simply in the field for a lengthy amount of time. Whatever it may be it is generally going to be the first time they have seen each other in that time span.

Many military service members even get to see their child for the first time since its birth. You can imagine has wonderful of a moment that must be. This is why professional photographers are being used to capture these events.

I have put together a few quick tips for both spouses and photographers that will help make capturing these moments easier and produce better results.

Diligent Research

Spouses must take the time to find an appropriate photographer. Have an idea of what you want to take place during the welcome home event. Make sure the photographer understands what is happening and is capable of giving you the results that you want. In addition, the photographer must be flexible when it comes to scheduling. Sometimes military service members have a change of return date. Make sure the photographer is aware of this and can reasonably accommodate changes should their schedule allow it. The best solutions would be to hire a photographer that has other photographers working with them. This way there is a better chance that someone will be available if the date changes.

Continuous Shooting

I highly recommend photographers use continuous shooting during their session. Especially, the initial moments when the couple sees each other. Let the couple, and their children, huge, kiss, cry, and laugh. Do not disturb them when they first see each other to setup a pose. You want those moments to be natural and filled with emotion. After the family has had some time together you can then intervene to setup shots. If possible, take the family away from the crowd so that the backgrounds will be a lot nicer. The photos taken during the initial meet will already have the natural background with other families meeting up.

Be Ready

I would highly suggest that spouses inform their husband/wife that they are hiring a professional photographer. This will give them a chance to prepare anything they have to beforehand. A surprise attack with a photographer may not go so well if the service members just wants to see their family and not deal with a stranger photographer taking their picture. Obviously, families should prepare themselves with nice clothing and accessories they may want to bring.

Capturing the moment when a couple gets to see each other for the first time in months is truly a great thing. Children will also add an incredible dynamic to the shot and give photographers more opportunities to photograph the families. The opportunity to photograph a welcome home has not been given to most professionals. Both parties should be patient with each other and communicate clearly and without hesitation in order to make the experience as memorable as possible.

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My 5 Tips For Those Perfect Pet Photography Shots

My 5 Tips For Those Perfect Pet Photography Shots

In recent years, pet photography has become a popular concept among professional and personal photographers alike.

I’ve had about 25 pet photography gigs already this year which has helped fund some travel expenses.

Whether it is merely as a means of celebrating a pet’s uniqueness in the home, or as a method to promote your cuddly pooch on blogs and in shows; the fact is pet photography is flourishing!

However, it’s not as simple as you may think. Taking pictures of pets can sometimes be as difficult as taking pictures of babies, so here are some tips to make the process that little bit easier.

1. Choosing Your Photography Equipment

One bonus when photographing pets is that you don’t need the most expensive, up market camera equipment.

While a high quality camera may have some advantages over a smart phone, like the photographing power; the smart phone has the benefit of being portable and more convenient, something required for precise pet photography.

If you are photographing a pet you need to have quick reactions and be able to follow it should the animal move; the majority of quality cameras aren’t made for speedy responses. For ‘dog in motion’ shots, stick to a tablet or smart phone to practice.

2. Treat Over Cheese

The most common prompt to get people smiling in a picture is the phrase: “Say cheese!” However, this won’t work for a pet. You can try, but the animal will more than likely stare at you with a bewildered look on his/her face.

Techniques to get a reaction will differ from animal to animal, but the most effective when working with dogs is to use the term “treat!” to prompt a smile or reaction. Of course, having a zip-lock bag of some gourmet pet food certainly won’t hurt :)

Squeaky toys can also be used, but these are more efficient when working with cats.

Well-trained pets will respond to family members, so try getting a family member involved behind the scenes when taking that perfect shot.

3. Disable The Flash!

Lighting is important in every photography session, including pet photography. It is essential that you disable the flash on your camera when doing pet sets to ensure the pet does not react in a disadvantageous way. If you photograph with a flash the pet will respond in either a fearful manner and shy away from the camera, or become very aggressive and attack the camera. You want the pet to enjoy the photography experience as much as you do, so disable the flash!

4. Choosing The Background

When choosing a perfect background for pet photography, the rule is that less is generally more. A busy background with lots of colors will often distract from your pet, which is not the object of the photograph. Furthermore, the pet may become distracted by the background and not focus on the camera leading to devastating photographs.

5. Adding The Human Touch

Always remember that a pet is part of your family, so it might be worth involving family members in the photograph. Sometimes this will calm the pet, even if it’s just the arms or legs of the pet owner.

Pet photography can be fun and having a picture of your pet can be endearing; just be sure your photographer knows what he is doing before taking the picture.

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Photographing a Pilates instructor courses group in a Nottingham personal trainer courses academy

Photographing a Pilates instructor courses group in a Nottingham personal trainer courses academy

If you’re one of my regular readers, you’ll know that I travel the world in search of experiences, financing my adventures through stock photography and private photography for clients.

I recently found myself in Nottingham, England. It is a city famed for its part in the legend of the outlaw Robin Hood and, during the Industrial Revolution, for its lace-making, high-quality bicycles and booming tobacco houses Nottingham was founded before 600 AD, but it only officially became a city in the year 1897, as a part of the Diamond Jubilee celebrations for Queen Victoria.

It was in this city that I found my latest private client. Discovery Learning are a company that provides vocational training to wannabe health and fitness workers in the UK. They are mainly based in London but have other venues spread out around the country. One of those venues is their academy that teaches Discovery personal trainer courses in Nottingham.

They commissioned me to produce some high quality photographs to promote their new offer, these Discovery UK Pilates instructor courses which qualify people to work as a professional Pilates teacher anywhere in England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland.

To do this, they asked me to go to their Nottingham facility and take photographs of everything that was going on while they taught one of their Pilates courses. I found the experience to be a surprising photographic challenge.

The students were all beautiful young women wearing skin-tight exercise suits. I knew it would be a travesty if I did not manage to capture the full splendor of their bodies as they performed their Pilates exercises.

My first obstacle was the lighting; I had to light up the surrounding area and light up the women themselves. I had to use all of the light-screens in my photographer’s kit strategically placed around the room in front of all the windows.

Once I had taken care of the interfering sunlight, I had to position myself in such a way that the electric lights on the ceiling of the room would work for me and illuminate the women’s bodies.

I knelt down at a spot forty-five degrees to their square training mat. I used the infer-red filter on my camera so that only the illumination, and none of the glare from the ceiling lights would permeate my photo frame.

Finally, I had to take the photos at just the right moments to portray the women in the right way. I needed pictures of them with facial expressions that conveyed enjoyment, but at the same time a sense of seriousness. This was made difficult by the fact that the women would often gossip and laugh among themselves like mischievous concubines in the imperial palaces of ancient China.

Every now and then, usually when the instructor had them do one of their more challenging stretches, the ladies would be silent and assume the look I needed, and I would be ready to snap away.

The photo-shoot was ultimately a success. Weeks later, Discovery put my photos in fitness magazines around the country to advertise their Pilates teaching training course. Another job well done.

Now I just have to decide where my travels will take me next.

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A Cool Image with Bionaire BW2300

I am at a loss for words concerning my recent success with stock photography. Most of my endeavors have been in nature photography and glamor-style projects. I found that these areas of interest did not lead to permanent profits of substantial value. Although I loved taking photos of wildlife and nature, the consumer didn’t really see as much value in this venture as I did.

I was down and out, looking for a way to supplement my income. As I walked around my apartment,  I noticed how the wind affected the curtains on the bedroom window. Out of boredom and as a means to distract my mind from my financial burdens, I grabbed my camera and started to shoot various perspectives of the curtain’s billowing movement. As previous learned from shooting raindrops, I realized that some to the shots were quite magnificent. I sat for hours taking pictures of that same curtain billowing in the breeze from my open window. After a bit, I went to take care of some errands and left the visualization in the back of my mind.

While working online, a couple days later, I decided to take a break and do something different. I looked at the pictures that were currently stored on my Cannon uploading the images. I noticed the hundreds of photos of the curtain that I had taken the previous day; and I noticed that they were still amazing, even better than the day before. Out of a whim, I decided to upload a picture or two to my online portfolio.

After the photos were uploaded, I forgot about them. I went about life’s  routines and tried my hand at other subjects in photography. In a week or so, I was contacted by a representative of Bionaire whom was interested in my work. At first, I thought that they were probably interested in my work with wildlife or maybe I was finally getting recognition for my nature shots. But no, they were interested in my work with the wind and the window. The billowy curtain had captured the attention of a product idea that was currently in the design phase. Apparently, the company wanted to use my photograph to sell their Bionaire BW2300 Twin Window Fan with Remote Control.

I had no idea why my photograph could capture the interest of the creators of the Bionaire BW2300 Twin Window Fan with Remote Control.  Apparently, I held the key to good marketing visuals and they wanted to pay for full rights of my photograph. I was amazed and ready to make the deal. My photograph was used alongside the Bionaire BW2300 Twin Window Fan with Remote Control to show the full effects of the products power and value to the home. The power of this Bionaire product was compared to the cool breeze that wafts in through the window on a warm summer day. The picture was used to sell millions of fans to the consumer.

Although I take photographs of many things, and yes, I have my favorite media. I have realized one very important thing with photography: You can never know what will sell and what will not, until you recognize the value of the image, as with the work for the Bionaire Window Fan. Just because the image fits your tastes, doesn’t mean it will grab the attention of others. Try thinking as a whole society and not as yourself when trying to sell stock photography. As with the product, the Bionaire BW2300 Twin Window Fan with Remote Control, you may find yourself unlocking potential that you never knew existed.

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Hunting for a Picture

Photography isn’t just a fun little hobby to me, it’s a sport, a game, a contest. The biggest competition I face is myself… every image I take, every edit I make, I’m one upping what work I did before. I compliment myself on being good at what I do. Almost any picture, angle, light and subject is like putty in my capable, artistic hands. Which is why I found myself muttering under my breath in frustration, wet, cold and shivering in the rain, in the middle of the woods somewhere in the Pacific Northwest.

Commissioned by a large wildlife enthusiast publication for an image of a white tail doe with a fawn, I thought, “Hey, this will be a cinch!” Just hide away in the woods, get some of that human smell masker from the hunting store, and wait until a perfect mama and fawn duo come ambling by. I’ve taken wildlife photos before, so regardless of what you’re thinking, I’m not completely uneducated here, but this job proved to be much more difficult that I thought. Needless to say, a perfect mama and fawn never ambled by my perfect hiding place. All I got was a day full of alternating cold, slushy rain and a little bit of sun. On to the next bright idea.

One of my plans included climbing high and scoping out a likely pair from far enough away that they wouldn’t have the least suspicion man was in the forest. Some friends of mine had taken a couple great shots of squirrel and other fuzzy little woodland creatures by doing something like that. They borrowed a scope from a pal and used it to spot the subjects of their photography. I borrowed the same scope, spent a long, wet day in a tree-stand, waiting for that perfect shot, and… nothing again. Other than witnessing some goofy chipmunk antics and countless bird squabbles, it was a no-go.

It wasn’t until I was trekking out of the woods that day, that I happened to see a trail camera fastened to a little birch tree. Bingo! There were plenty of deer all around this place, the evidence was obvious to anyone looking at the ground. I had to get a closer look at that trail cam, so even though I realized I was probably getting my picture taken over and over by it, I walked up to the camera to get a good look and maybe find something similar online later. It was definitely in a strategic spot. It looked like there was a popular feeding area in front of it, so it must have taken some interesting photos. I took note of the brand name and left for my warm car.

Safely on my sofa at home, browsing online, there were plenty of options available to me, as I could see from looking at trail camera reviews. I wanted one that I could set to take a picture every second once the camera sensed motion and began taking pictures, and I even found one that would text me the pictures it was taking. I didn’t want to wait to get this in the mail, so the next day I went to a large hunting store and bought the camera I wanted. I spent the afternoon rigging it up on a similar birch tree near the other camera, and eagerly drove back home to await the deluge of perfect wildlife photos.

At 1:00am, I got the first text. Wow. A great photo of a deer’s hindquarters. Great image resolution, pretty good shutter speed. Not exactly the pose I wanted. I turned my phone off for the rest of the night and dreamed of beautiful, full-color pictures of big brown-eyed does lovingly nuzzling their fawns amidst fields of bright green grass and wildflower borders.

In the morning, there were a couple more pictures of random deer parts, and apparently a curious creature, most likely a raccoon, had been fingering my camera which got some good close ups of the animal’s hands, but other than that, no magazine worthy shots. And there weren’t any the rest of the day, nor the day after, nor the day after. Just countless, very high quality images of deer tails, deer faces and, occasionally, a whole deer.

This story does have a happy ending. I wound up going out with a scope again with an older, seasoned deer hunter, and he showed me all of the best spots to find deer families. The shot I took of a fawn that couldn’t have been more than a day old was successfully published, and I did eventually get my doe and fawn picture as well. I mentioned my trail camera to him, and the old-timer said, “So that’s where I’d seen you before. I got some great shots of your nose that day.”

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A Career In Professional Photography

Making a career of professional photography requires some planning and skill. In order to become sought after, one must develop a creative portfolio of your very best work. This is more important than showing any credentials or technical degrees, when seeking new clients. A profitable individual in the photography industry can specialize in any industry. E-commerce, architecture, large advertising, and socks and hosiery companies are a small sample of some of the options available within commercial photography. Weddings, birthdays, and event photography are other specialties that can be lucrative.

Some professionals may focus on one industry, while others provide services for a broad range of businesses. Professional photographers can also find work through marketing firms and event coordinators. However, independent professionals tend to take on a broad range of assignments, such as portraiture, photo shoots for vacation destinations, journalistic shots, photos for large families, and community events. The photos taken by commercial photographers should look more refined and sharper than those taken by the average person.

If anyone is thinking about getting into professional photography, there are some steps to take to improve your skills. Taking classes from well known professionals or simply practicing frequently using a unique perspective of an interesting shot will be very helpful. With today’s digital formats, the only investments a person likely needs are time and a quality digital camera. Other considerations for taking professional looking shots are proper lighting and the use of the right backgrounds. This is of the utmost importance since these two factors will influence the level of professionalism in your photos. The wrong lighting can create unwanted shadows that can ruin otherwise perfect shots. The right lighting can greatly enhance an awesome looking shot. A good rule of thumb to remember is that strobe lighting can give a distant shot a dimensional aspect. Meanwhile, light boxes are much better suited for close up shots.

Experienced photographers almost always use a variety of background colors, as all shots are not enhanced by a simple white backdrop. Color can help to create the right mood and help the shot stand out. It takes plenty of practice with different backgrounds, angles, and lighting effects to truly understand how each enhances the shot. With more experience, a photographer will develop a better eye for using the most suitable background.

The setting can also make a significant difference in quality and desirability of a picture. The subject matter should always be placed in the most natural setting possible. That is unless the background is used for a dramatic effect or to make an artistic statement. For example, a shot of a flower may look better in natural sunlight than indoors with artificial light. It takes plenty of practice, even with the right lighting, to get the desired effect. If you want to break into photography as a profession, join a photography club and get advice from those who are more skilled. Lastly, work on your craft and set time aside every week to practice different shots.

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A Laptop in Hand Becomes a Photographer’s Best Friend

A Laptop in Hand Becomes a Photographer’s Best Friend

A couple of months ago, I had this harrowing experience where I was catering to a client for wedding photography and I was too focused on taking a lot of pictures to the point that the cameras (all 3 DSLRs with 8GB memory sticks) were full to the brim. This struck me as I didn’t have a back-up camera or memory stick. I was a freelancer back then and the clients were close friends of mine, so technically, I wasn’t professionally equipped. I had to borrow a laptop from the venue’s administration so I could transfer the files temporarily and get to shooting again.

I vowed never to make the same mistake again, so I decided to buy a laptop that I could take with me on shoots. The problem is that I needed something more than just to hold photos. I wanted a gaming laptop where I could play my favourite games on it, like Skyrim or Bioshock Infinite. I wanted a laptop that could perform multiple tasks efficiently, and I know that gaming laptops can do just that. After a month of researching, I came up with a budget and started to hunt for gaming laptops. I was torn between the new Razer Blade (14-inches of unadulterated gaming) and the MSI Dragon Army GT60 2PE Dominator Pro. Because I travel a lot, I opted for the Razer Blade, even though it cost me a few hundred dollars more.

The Razer Blade measures at a width of 13.6 or 345mm, depth of 9.3″ or 235mm, height of 0.70″or 17.8mm, and weighs 4.47lbs or 2.03kg. it is equipped with a Intel® Core™ i7-4702HQ Quad Core Processor with Hyper Threading 2.2GHz / 3.2GHz (Base/Turbo), 8GB onboard memory (DDR3L-1600MHz), NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 870M (3GB GDDR5 VRAM, Optimus™ Technology), and a beautiful 14.0″ QHD+ 16:9 Ratio, 3200×1800, with LED backlight and capacitive multi-touch. It also has a 512GB SSD (SATA M.2). I also have 2 1TB external HDD.

Razer Blade one of the best gameing laptops

From a non-technical standpoint, it’s a light and powerful gaming laptop that allows you to play Titanfall in ultra-high settings. I don’t mean to brag, but it’s what it’s capable of. It’s also not that heavy, so I can take it with me as I board the plane. I don’t have to check it in. I can play a round of my favourite games on the plane.
Travelling with this laptop has also made my work in photography a lot easier.

For starters, I am able to transfer all of my photos from my camera to the laptop in the blink of an eye. I’ve tried transferring almost 7GB worth of pictures and it took me at least 5 minutes to finish. It was that fast. The laptop weighs lighter than carrying around 3 DSLR cameras and their kits, so the added weight didn’t bother me that much. I bought a sturdy and hardy bag to house all of it and I was good to go for my adventures in photography.

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BSN Syntha-6 International Distributor Photographer

BSN Syntha-6 International Distributor Photographer

If you are a fitness enthusiast and have been to the gym a couple of times, you might have heard about BSN Sports Supplements, a global leader in sport nutrition supplements with distributions channels on over 90 countries. A couple of months ago, one of their International Distributors from Taiwan contacted me to help them create a Taiwanese online magazine that features Taiwan Top Sellers BSN Syntha and BSN True mass.

The Problem

The major problem I was facing with these two products was: They looked extremely similar from the outside!

Although they are different products (Syntha is low calories protein and True Mass is a weight gainer protein), basically they are both packed in the same plastic bottle with exactly the same dimensions and almost the same net weight (5 LB). As my customer explained to me, this have created a lot of problems to distinguish the products for international markets where English is not the main language, as customers tend to relay a lot on the image of the product rather than the name. So having two similar products, but actually really different in goals, they create a lot of confusion in the market.

The Solution

After thinking in many ways on how to help my customer from Taiwan getting the right message to its target market, I came up with some solutions I would like to share them with you all.

I have worked on a similar case where products look really similar just by looking at their packaging, and these experience has given me some ideas to tackle this problem.

Because their target is a non-English speaking market, I tried to find one word that simplifies the name of both products. This is a kind of a rebranding process, but don’t worry, I kept in mind all the important things to make these products as unique as possible.

So the first thing was to find one name for Syntha and True Mass. The 2 names I came up were: S6 for Syntha and MASS for True mass. With this two “new names” I started to think in things that represent each word. I first took MASS, and started to get creative by setting environments with heavy things such as a military tanks, cranes, trucks, etc. These elements represent heavy and “MASS” things. So all the pictures featuring True Mass are going to be in this type of surrounding.

For S6, I thought more about sports, and immediately the picture of a fit swimmer body came to my mind. So I decided that all the pictures are going to be sports related, and athletes should be fit. So sports as swimming, running, and rock climbing are excellent choices.

As you might see, at this point I am not focusing in the product packing at all. This is because I don’t want the customer to get the product because of the packing, but because of the image linked to the product. This will definitely help a lot to distinguish both products, highlights its features, and make them easy to remember.

If you have any other idea on how to improve this, let me know. You can contact me and we can discuss about it.

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