Saturday, 13 May 2017

Salary : Sales Manager Rs.30000, Sales Executive - Rs.15000, Telemarketing Executives - Rs.12000
Big Art Business Pvt Ltd requires at its Thane and Navi mumbai offices
1.Sales Manager : we need young go getter to sell our Educational products, Candidate should be graduate with min 2 years experience in selling educational products, he will visit schools, colleges and tuition classes and handle/guide telemarketing executives
2.sales Executives : for direct sales, will visit students , schools and colleges, should ready to work late hours
3.Telemarketing Executives : should call students data and keep record , computer knowledge is must, should be good in English and Marathi , Hindi language. Ready to work in Thane / Navi Mumbai
If you think you are right choice for this job
send your resume - bigartcollege@gmail.com
www.bigartinstitute.com

Diploma in Graphic Designing at www.bigartinstitute.com
What is Graphic Designing ? and what are scope After Learning Graphic Designing ?
1. Diploma in advance animation and films
2. Diploma in Animation and VFX
3. Diploma in Film Editing and Compositing
4. Specialisation in Photoshop
for more details , call 9594014778
Kirti : 9930494511
Harshita : 9930804522
www.bigartinstitute.com

Sunday, 5 March 2017


MEETING WITH CASTING DIRECTORS ( BIG ART INSTITUTE OF ACTING)



Casting directors are your advocates and your champions. Your work reflects on us. Your wonderful work makes us look good and gets that role cast. Your disconnected, tentative, muddled work does nothing for anyone. We need you to be great. We’re here to host your experience and shepherd you in, not hold you back. We want to share in your excellent work.
Casting directors await you on the other side of that door – the door that you can seen as a gateway or a barricade. While you turn it into a horror movie, it’s your stage, not a torture chamber. Whether it’s a pre-read for an associate or a full-blown director/producer callback session, this is your time, your experience. This is your opportunity to do exceptional work. Enter the space and do the work for yourself, for the gratification of the work itself, and yes, to collaborate with the other creative people waiting to figure it out with you. They can’t do it without you.
Here are some choices (and they are choices) to make any casting director truly happy in the room.
  1. Accept the invitation with grace and enthusiasm. You were requested to be here as our guest.
  2. Come to work and not to please or get our approval.
  3. Enter with certainty. Don’t give up your power as soon as the door opens.
  4. Play on a level playing field. We’re all figuring it out. Together.
  5. Make no excuses whatsoever. Leave your baggage outside. Better yet, at home.
  6. Make the room your own. It will make us so much more comfortable.
  7. Ask questions only when you truly need answers. “Do you have any questions?” is usually another way of saying: “Are you ready?” You aren’t required to have one.
  8. Know your words and understand what you’re talking about. You don’t have to be totally off-book, but if you’ve spent quality time with the material, you’re going to know it.
  9. Do your homework on the project. This includes knowing all the players and the show or film’s tone and style. Read all the material you can get your hands on.
  10. Make choices and take responsibility for the choices you make.
  11. Don’t apologize. Ever. For anything.
  12. Know what you want to do and do it. Then leave yourself available to make discoveries. Know that your homework is done. Now let your preparation meet the moments.
  13. Don’t mime or busy yourself with props, activity, or blocking. Keep it simple.
  14. Don’t expect to be directed, but if you are, take the direction, no matter what it is. Understand how to translate results-oriented direction into action.
  15. Don’t blame the reader. Make the reader the star of your audition. According to my teaching partner Steve Braun, you should engage fully no matter who’s reading those lines. Likely your reader will engage – at least somewhat – if you show up.
  16. Make specific, personal, bold choices. We want your unique voice to bring the script to life.
  17. Stillness is powerful. Understand how to move and work in front of the camera – eliminate running in and out and getting up and down.
  18. Require no stroking, coddling, or love. We’re there to work. Don’t take it personally when we’re not touchy-feely. Know that we love actors and that’s truly why we’re here.
  19. Understand that you’re there to collaborate. You’re being evaluated in terms of how you serve the role and the material. It’s not a verdict on your personhood. Judgment is something you can control.
  20. What you bring in reflects how you’re received so bring in joy, conviction, and ease, and our hearts will open.
  21. Share your artistry above all else.

Relaxation
The greatest thing you can ever learn about movie acting is relaxation. Why? Because the camera picks up every little thing that you do. Every blink of the eye, nod of the head, and every sound you make.
Another reason you should stay relaxed: it helps you listen and react to your scene partner. Any film actor will tell you that he earns his living by listening and reacting to what’s being said.
Staying relaxed might seem easy, but when the director is behind schedule and running out of daylight, the pressure falls on you: the actor.
Nevermind all that. Stay cool and take your time. Relax.

Ignore the Camera
For the rest of your career as a film actor, the camera will be right there. (Sometimes, really close.) But you are going to ignore it. It’s not there. It doesn’t exist.
In fact, when the camera is rolling, only you and your scene partner exist. Everyone else disappears. The crew, the director, the producer, the camera man, everyone. They all disappear.
How do you, the actor, accomplish this? You hang on to your scene partner’s eyes. The most important facial feature on film. (After all, the eye is the window to the soul.)
So when you look at your scene partner, you look them in one eye. Literally. Don’t switch your focus from eye to eye. Instead, pick the eye that’s closest to the camera lens.
Always Hit Your Mark
A mark is an indication on the floor of the film studio. (Usually done with black tape.) It tells an actor where to stand.
Why is this important? Because a movie camera is set to focus at a certain depth. If you’re standing too far away from the lens, you’re blurry. If you stand too close, again you’re blurry.
In auditions for film, do your director a favor and always hit your mark.
Follow the Winter tips by Big Art Institute ,  below to help you to get the winning shot.
1- Use a tripod: To get deep depth of field (everything is focus) with small apertures (high f/number) and at the same time using low ISO for fine grain (or noise), you will notice that your shutter speed will be quite slow. To avoid camera shake when you are shaking of cold, always carry a tripod with you.
2- Golden hours: Early morning and late afternoon (sunrise and sunset) are the perfect times to photograph nature. The side light we get when the sun is near the horizon emphasises textures and explodes in beautiful colours. If the show is not great that day, play with the white balance and add bluish or pinkish filters to increase the cold feel (tungsten/incandescent or fluorescent WB settings).
3- To get sparkly white snow, overexpose the light meter making sure that the RGB Histogram reaches the right end (highlights) when you check the picture information on your camera LCS screen. If you don’t do that, the snow in your pictures will be grey, not white. Take enough care not to overexpose too much and loose texture and details.
4- Cold weather can take its toll on your camera, and even cause permanent damage. Batteries run out very quickly when the temperature drops. Remember to take an extra battery pack and carry it in an inside pocket to keep it warm; this will help maximise its life once you start using.

5- Humidity is the worst enemy. To keep your camera protected from condensation, ensure that any temperature changes happen as gradually as possible, for example, leaving your camera in an intermediate place (e.g. garage) for at least one hour before going out. When back from shooting, put your camera in an air-tight bag and add a sachet of silica gel.
TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY Tips By Big Art Institute of Photography

When we ask our students why they want to learn photography, many answer that they want to improve their travel photographs.
Nothing better than travelling to ignite a desire to photograph more. A camera can be your best companion whether you travel with a group or alone. While new places, peoples and scenery are easy sources of inspiration, it is also easy to fall victim to cliches.

When things are new around us, everything attracts our attention. In the digital era, when we have thousands of clicks to shoot, a lot of people photograph everything without really thinking about it, simply capturing as much as possible of what they see.

This is a mistake. Whenever visiting a new place, we need to stop for a while and observe, try to define what attracts us most and, more importantly, what story we would like to say about the destination. When we do that, we create a frame of mind that influences our choices and, incredibly, we start seeing things that would be invisible otherwise.


A classic tip to improve your images and make them stand out is to try a lot with composition. Vertical and horizontal images. Use the rule of thirds, than break the rule. Light is always the most important thing. A photo editor of National Geographic Traveller magazine once said he would rather see a line of laundry shot in beautiful light, than the Taj Mahal shot in dull ugly light.

Great travel photography requires some planning, including a study about where the sun rises and sets, what time it is best to be at specific places and when possible, visit the same place more than once, at different times and seasons. Early morning and late afternoon will give the best light conditions with colour, intensity and direction.

Have a camera bag checklist and make sure you have extra memory cards, batteries, charger with cable, travel adaptor, a lens cleaning kit and maybe a small tripod.

Travel Photography incorporates many fields: Landscapes, Wildlife, Portraits, Architecture, etc..

BIG ART Acting Classes For Beginners



It can surely be the reason of your boasting if you are capable of acting. When the question is to possess an excellence in you, the art of acting must be adored. The word ‘acting’ literally means an action in which a particular story is told through the way of enactment. Hence, it will be not an exaggeration to say that the art if the acting is not a simple one and it takes a lot of effort as well as skill to become an actor. An actor is the one who can spread life in a fictional character and can portray that as a real one. If you also adore the art and nourishes the dream of becoming a successful actor, you should not get late to join Acting Classes for Beginners to enhance your passion in the right way.
Very few people are blessed with the specialty of performing arts. Hence, if you feel that you retain the quality in you, you must not let it go in vain. Take a right decision by joining the acting class and take one step ahead to improve your skill. When you are entering a new profession, you must know, every detail of the work for your betterment of the future. The acting classes are the platform that trains you and grooms you in a way so that it becomes easier for you to climb the ladder of success. So, if you think your future as a successful actor, you must join the best institute of India that is known to everyone as the best Actor Prepares Mumbai.
India is the country that is enriched with cultural heritage. Every type of art was always adored in this country. That’s why the Bollywood Film industry has also made a great position in the Indian society. As the industry has flourished, it has opened the way of making a brighter future for a large number of people. Once you manage to secure your place in the Indian Bollywood Film industry, it will provide you the chance to nourish your passion rather you will be able to make a bright future following an extraordinary way. Hence, if you want to be a part of the Bollywood Film industry, you must join the renowned institute that has earned a good reputation as the best Actor Prepares Mumbai.
You must be well aware of the fact that is not easy to confirm a seat in the Indian Bollywood Film industry. Big Art Institute is one of the well-renowned acting schools in Mumbai. You can join any of the courses according to your desire here. There are courses of different durations here. You must be ready to face a good competition as well as hard challenges to overcome every step towards your way of success. The Acting Classes for Beginners follow an organized way that those provide a complete guide to the candidate for his/ her career. Once you attend the classes you will be not only able to make yourself as a perfect actor rather your level of confidence will surely be enhanced.