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Ula Burgiel – designer http://ulaburgiel.com London based designer Mon, 04 Jun 2018 07:57:52 +0000 en-GB hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.10 Christmas decorations without plastic http://ulaburgiel.com/christmas-decoration-without-plastic/ Wed, 20 Dec 2017 20:24:22 +0000 http://ulaburgiel.com/?p=3319 Christmas time is coming. This Year I’ve decided not to use any plastic Christmas decorations:

Ula Burgiel Interior Designer Photographer living in London - Christmas decorations without plastic tips

  • I used the waste Christmas tree branches from the¬†local florist. ūüôā ūüôā ūüôā ūüôā
  • I¬†baked slices of oranges in the oven (70¬įC, around 2 hours – watch out not to burn them ūüôā ).
  • Added some eucalyptus and voila!

Ula Burgiel Interior Designer Photographer living in London - Christmas decorations without plastic tips

Ula Burgiel Interior Designer Photographer living in London - Christmas decorations without plastic tips

Ula Burgiel Interior Designer Photographer living in London - Christmas decorations without plastic tips

Ula Burgiel Interior Designer Photographer living in London - Christmas decorations without plastic tips

Ula Burgiel Interior Designer Photographer living in London - Christmas decorations without plastic tips

Ula Burgiel Interior Designer Photographer living in London - Christmas decorations without plastic tips

Ula Burgiel Interior Designer Photographer living in London - Christmas decorations without plastic tips

Ula Burgiel Interior Designer Photographer living in London - Christmas decorations without plastic tips

Ula Burgiel Interior Designer Photographer living in London - Christmas decorations without plastic tips

Ula Burgiel Interior Designer Photographer living in London - Christmas decorations without plastic tips

Ula Burgiel Interior Designer Photographer living in London - Christmas decorations without plastic tips

Ula Burgiel Interior Designer Photographer living in London - Christmas decorations without plastic tips

Ula Burgiel Interior Designer Photographer living in London - Christmas decorations without plastic tips

Ula Burgiel Interior Designer Photographer living in London - Christmas decorations without plastic tips

Ula Burgiel Interior Designer Photographer living in London - Christmas decorations without plastic tips

Ula Burgiel Interior Designer Photographer living in London - Christmas decorations without plastic tips

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London Fashion Week – video highlights http://ulaburgiel.com/london-fashion-week-video-highlights/ http://ulaburgiel.com/london-fashion-week-video-highlights/#comments Mon, 27 Feb 2017 12:50:19 +0000 http://ulaburgiel.com/?p=3227 London Fashion Week is one of the most exciting events in the world of High Fashion. It is multicultural where all styles, ideas, opinions and personalities mix.

I love the details like delicate fabric in motion or a sudden gesture of a model: little things that make it special. These can quite easily be missed as everything happens so quickly so I’m showing my footage in slow motion to appreciate them fully. I hope you can enjoy at a glance the unique atmosphere of London Fashion Week and please feel free to write down your comments below.

Thanks!
x Ula

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A little bit about me – Welcome to my Youtube channel http://ulaburgiel.com/a-little-bit-about-me-my-story/ Sun, 12 Feb 2017 21:16:18 +0000 http://ulaburgiel.com/?p=3190 Hi! My name is Ula Burgiel and I’m a photographer.
I love to do different kinds of photography such as:

  • studio portraits
  • live music events
  • weddings
  • fashion coverage
  • and the odd landscape

I’m from Poland and I live and work in London. By day I’m an interior designer working for Kelly Hoppen.
What I really like about London is that you can find inspiration anywhere.
I Love watching movies, sketching, designing websites, creating videos and eating my Mum’s pierogi.

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How to look good in pictures – Posing and Photographer’s Tricks http://ulaburgiel.com/how-to-look-good-in-pictures-posing-and-photographers-tricks/ Sun, 15 Jan 2017 19:28:43 +0000 http://ulaburgiel.com/?p=2936 Getting ready to have your pictures taken? Here’s my checklist to make you look your best in the camera lens:

1. Prepare your skin and let it regenerate through the night.

You’ll want your skin to glow during the photoshoot so remember to take care of it properly the night before. Keep your skin hydrated – face mask, peel or scrub with plenty¬†of good hydrating skin cream or serum. Do¬†remember to do¬†your arms and legs as well! ALSO, apply your body lotions prior to the photoshoot.

ow to look amazing great in pictures by Ula Burgiel portrait photography London
Ula Burgiel photography, London

2. Remember your beauty sleep.

Skin produces collagen and regenerates when you sleep so go to bed early the night before.¬†It’s especially important before the photoshoot therefore avoid the late night partying (most of the top models admit that a long sleep is one of the best ways to prepare).

3. Wash your hair just before.

This is an important one. Wash your hair just before the photoshoot, DO NOT do it the night before. ¬†It’s one of the things you can’t photoshop, so make it look fresh and shiny.

How to look amazing great in pictures by Ula Burgiel portrait photography London
Ula Burgiel photography, London

 

4. Stronger makeup than usual.

A camera will “wash out” half of your makeup. What’ll seem to be over-the-top, bold makeup in the flesh will result in an almost invisible, natural look on camera. This is what all my clients and models say.

– With a makeup artist’s help

If the makeup artist is around РDO NOTHING, just sit back and relax. He or she will make sure your best features are emphasised and will adjust accordingly to the light and photoshoot situation.

– When doing make-up yourself

Do it as usual but stronger and pay attention to a few details:

BOLD EYE

For an extra spectacular effect go for a bold eye. The eyes are the window to the soul and when taking pictures I always try to focus on them. If the theme of the photoshoot allows it make the eyes strong so they instantly draw attention.

Ula Burgiel photography blog - working with a makeup artist - photography makeup
photographer: Ula Burgiel, makeup: Sylwia Kunysz, model: Joanna

CONTOUR THE FACE

Building the form with shadow and light is very important in photography.
The trick to slim your face is to contour it with lighter and darker tones.
Apply the darker tones to the areas under your cheekbones and close to the hairline. Highlight the forehead, cheekbones, nose and chin with lighter tones.

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That will give your face a enhanced model-like 3D look. In most cases there’s no harm in overdoing your makeup as it will look much lighter in the camera anyway.

COVER IMPERFECTIONS

Apply the foundation properly so imperfections are not visible but don’t worry,¬†small blemishes can be removed in postproduction anyway. Try to make your skin colour look even,¬†cover the red areas.

how to look amazing great in pictures by Ula Burgiel portrait photography London
Ula Burgiel photography, London

5. Chill.

One of the most difficult things on set is to overcome stage-fright. Suddenly all the crew’s eyes are on you and it can¬†be challenging.
As a photographer I always try to make the model comfortable, make a joke or two, anything (within reason) to get them to relax. Try to keep in mind the things that relax you and trust in the photographer to get ‘The Shot’.

ow to look amazing great in pictures by Ula Burgiel portrait photography London
Ula Burgiel photography, London

6. Relax your shoulders.

When¬†you feel shy your body will reflect that. You’ll stoop and try to hide yourself. Remember to straighten up and relax your shoulders.

7. Chin forward.

To make your neck look longer and slimmer pull your chin away from your body. “Chin forward, shoulders down” – that should be like a mantra in your head.

How to look amazing great in pictures by Ula Burgiel portrait photography London
Ula Burgiel photography, London

8. Try different positions.

As there is no perfect position that works for everybody, try a lot of different ones: chin up, chin down, face straight to the camera, show the side of your face or try your hands up over your head for example. Practice in front of a mirror until you feel comfortable. Personally, I usually ask the model to keep one position for three shots and then change. Have fun with it.

how to look amazing great in pictures by Ula Burgiel portrait photography London
Ula Burgiel photography, London
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Time travelling at Loxwood Joust http://ulaburgiel.com/time-travelling-at-loxwood-joust/ http://ulaburgiel.com/time-travelling-at-loxwood-joust/#respond Thu, 01 Sep 2016 15:31:20 +0000 http://ulaburgiel.com/?p=2837 “The Loxwood Joust is the most spectacular mediaeval festival in the UK.

The hazy sun lays shadows lithe and long across a midsummer meadow. People gather to wait and watch, idly feasting on roasted hog and ale. Suddenly, the laughter and chatter is silenced by the thunder of hooves and the furious snorting of horses. The air is pierced by the screech of battle cry and the clashing of sword upon sword‚Ķ”
legendpresents.co.uk

Loxwood Joust, Mediæval Bæbes, photo by Ula Burgiel, live music event photography

Loxwood Joust, Mediæval Bæbes, photo by Ula Burgiel, live music event photography

Loxwood Joust, Mediæval Bæbes, photo by Ula Burgiel, live music event photography

Loxwood Joust, Mediæval Bæbes, photo by Ula Burgiel, live music event photography

Loxwood Joust, Mediæval Bæbes, photo by Ula Burgiel, live music event photography

Loxwood Joust, Mediæval Bæbes, photo by Ula Burgiel, live music event photography

Loxwood Joust, Mediæval Bæbes, photo by Ula Burgiel, live music event photography

Loxwood Joust, Mediæval Bæbes, photo by Ula Burgiel, live music event photography

Loxwood Joust, Mediæval Bæbes, photo by Ula Burgiel, live music event photography

Loxwood Joust, Mediæval Bæbes, photo by Ula Burgiel, live music event photography

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Camera settings for live music photography http://ulaburgiel.com/camera-settings-for-live-music-photography/ http://ulaburgiel.com/camera-settings-for-live-music-photography/#respond Mon, 18 Jul 2016 14:34:58 +0000 http://ulaburgiel.com/?p=2738 After photographing a range of live concerts in London I’ve learned which settings work the best. Here’s my list:

1. Work in manual mode.

Your camera‚Äôs automatic modes are useful in some situations but when it comes to capturing live gigs ‚Äď stick to the manual exposure mode.

For eg. Extreme stage lighting conditions (a lot of contrast between bright light and darkness) can mislead your camera systems and you’ll end up with overexposed useless pictures.

Ula Burgiel photography tutorials. Camera setting for live music photography

Live music concert photography tips, Ula Burgiel
© Ula Burgiel photography, Alexandra Palace, London

2. Shoot RAW.

Shooting RAW gives you more freedom in post-production. These type of files contain more information than JPG. You can play with adjusting light, white balance etc. long after the excitement of the gig.

Live music photography tends to give you just one chance to get things right. You’ll benefit a lot from having as much flexibility in post-production as possible.

3. Keep the aperture wide open.

A deficiency of light is always a problem in these situations. Be sure that you set your aperture to be wide open ‚Äď letting in the maximum amount of light.

For live music photography I recommend using prime lenses with 1.4 or 1.8 aperture.

4. Use Matrix Metering.

Set metering to Matrix (Nikon) or Evaluative Metering (Canon). Personally I prefer this than spot metering because it can be very distracting taking dynamic stage lighting.

To quickly find that setting in your camera look for this icon:
Matrix-Evaluative-Metering-Modes

5. Take a sequence of photos Рcontinuous (high) drive mode.

You don‚Äôt want to miss out on the ‘musician‚Äôs great jump with a guitar’ just because you didn‚Äôt press the shutter release in the right moment.

Set your camera to continuous (high) drive mode. This means it will be taking pictures one after another as long as you’re holding the shutter button. Later you can choose the best shot from a sequence.

Don‚Äôt forget to buy a high capacity memory card with a high file-saving speed to fit all the pictures on it. Especially if you‚Äôre shooting in RAW ‚Äď which again ‚Äď I highly recommend.

Live music concert photography tips, Ula Burgiel
© Ula Burgiel photography, Alexandra Palace, London

6. Use Continuous Autofocus.

Setting up a continuous autofocus in your camera (AF-C – Nikon / AI Servo mode –¬†Canon) will help you track your subject till you fully press the shutter release; especially if the model is moving. The camera will refocus so you don‚Äôt need to worry about your pictures being blurry. Big relief, right?

7. White balance – auto

If you’re shooting in RAW you can always change the white balance in post-production so don’t worry about it too much. Set it to AUTO.

That saves your time during the gig. Use it to change lenses or adjust the exposure ‚Äď leave playing with white balance for post-production.

8. Avoid focus distractions.

If there are a lot of singers in your frame it‚Äôs not easy to make your camera focus on the right one ‚Äď especially in low light situations. For example: if a hand of another singer or a microphone is close to your subject‚Äôs face the camera may get lost. Avoid these situations and change the angle a bit so your focus point is away from these distractions.

Additionally ‚Äď remember that your camera always focuses best on areas with big contrast. So point your camera at the eye or a hair borderline to get a sharp picture.

To sum up, these are camera settings which I recommend for live music photography:

  1. Work in manual mode.
  2. Shoot RAW.
  3. Keep the aperture wide open.
  4. Use Matrix Metering.
  5. Take a sequence of photos – continuous (high) drive mode.
  6. Use Continuous Autofocus.
  7. White balance – auto.
  8. Avoid focus distractions.

Give these tips a go and most of all ‚Äď have fun with it! Have your camera set up right so there are no limits to your creativity.

Let me know the results in the comments below. Maybe you have another tip to add? ūüôā
x Ula

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The Reunion – Surviving Milan Design Week http://ulaburgiel.com/milan-design-week-2016/ http://ulaburgiel.com/milan-design-week-2016/#comments Mon, 02 May 2016 20:56:53 +0000 http://ulaburgiel.com/?p=2612 Milan Design Week 2016, photo by Ula Burgiel product design interior
Milan Design Week 2016, Citizen exhibition, photo by Ula Burgiel

A Design Week Reunion.

If you work in the design industry Milan Design Week can feel like a school reunion. Whether it is indeed your; school friends, friends from Uni or more than likely, a previous job – don’t be surprised to bump into them again in Milan!

So why not make the most of it and share a delicious Italian lunch in a busy trattoria in between design shows(?) It’s a great part of the event that I recommend. You can share ideas, chit chat and enjoy the week together. I’m not sure if all routes lead to Rome but I’m absolutely positive that all designer’s routes lead to Milan!

Me, Basia, Sandra and Monika
Me, Basia, Sandra and Monika

Ask Italians for tips!

A pretty basic concept but if you know any Italians; colleague at work for example, ask them for some tips on Milan. Sometimes more benefitial than travel guide leaflets etc.

Thanks to my work colleague, Antonio, I didn’t miss out on visiting Fondazione Prada and some of the best hidden restaurants.

Reserve most of your time for central Milan exhibitions.

Milan Design Week became famous because of the big trade fair on the outskirts of the city. Now most of the best exhibitions are organized in one of the central disctricts such as; Brera, Tortona or Lambrate. The newest furniture collections are exhibited with the stunning Italian architecture in the background. You can really feel the busy Milan atmosphere and see new design ideas in reference to real life.

Milan Design Week 2016, photo by Ula Burgiel product design interior
Milan Design Week 2016, Citizen exhibition, photo by Ula Burgiel

Fly to the closest airport.

Again, a pretty basic concept but get the most of your Milan trip and don’t spend it in traffic trying to get to the wrong airport. Book your flights to the closest one – Linate.

The other two airports: Malpensa and Bergamo are located quite far from Milan.

Enjoy the sun and food!

Last but not the least, and after getting some inpiration from the newest design trends, don’t forget to taste the joy of dolce far niente (Italian, ‚Äėsweet doing nothing‚Äô). Enjoy the tasty pasta, pizza and gelato – naturalmente! Lay down on the grass and get some sun before returning home.

Milan Design Week 2016, photo by Ula Burgiel product design interior
Milan Design Week 2016, photo by Ula Burgiel
Milan Design Week 2016, photo by Ula Burgiel product design interior
Milan Design Week 2016, Citizen exhibition, photo by Ula Burgiel
Milan Design Week 2016, photo by Ula Burgiel product design interior
Milan Design Week 2016, photo by Ula Burgiel
Milan Design Week 2016, photo by Ula Burgiel product design interior
Milan Design Week 2016, photo by Ula Burgiel
Milan Design Week 2016, photo by Ula Burgiel product design interior
Milan Design Week 2016, photo by Ula Burgiel
Milan Design Week 2016, photo by Ula Burgiel product design interior
Milan Design Week 2016, photo by Ula Burgiel
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London Fashion Week – the experience http://ulaburgiel.com/london-fashion-week-the-experience/ http://ulaburgiel.com/london-fashion-week-the-experience/#comments Tue, 01 Mar 2016 21:03:01 +0000 http://ulaburgiel.com/?p=2557 London Fashion Week is one of the most exciting events in the world of High Fashion. It is multicultural where all styles, ideas, opinions and personalities mix.

I love the¬†details¬†like delicate fabric in motion or a sudden gesture of a model: little things¬†that make it special. These can quite easily be missed as everything happens so quickly so I’m showing my footage¬†in slow motion to appreciate them fully. I hope you can enjoy at a glance the unique atmosphere of London Fashion Week and please feel free to write down your comments below.

Thanks!
x Ula
(Photo reportage below)

Music by Ben Woollacott, www.benwoollacott.com

Music by Ben Woollacott, www.benwoollacott.com

London Fashion Week 2016 photography Ula Burgiel catwalk Temperley
London Fashion Week, photo: Ula Burgiel

 

London Fashion Week 2016 photography Ula Burgiel catwalk Temperley
London Fashion Week, photo: Ula Burgiel

 

London Fashion Week 2016 photography Ula Burgiel catwalk Temperley
London Fashion Week, photo: Ula Burgiel

 

London Fashion Week 2016 photography Ula Burgiel catwalk Temperley
London Fashion Week, photo: Ula Burgiel
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7 tips to improve your business with photography and branding http://ulaburgiel.com/7-tips-to-improve-your-business-with-photography-and-branding/ http://ulaburgiel.com/7-tips-to-improve-your-business-with-photography-and-branding/#respond Tue, 16 Feb 2016 11:12:07 +0000 http://ulaburgiel.com/?p=2489 Ben Woollacott drummer business cards branding design Ula Burgiel

Graphic design, branding and photography – they all enhance your business and bring it to the next level. It’s not just a spare luxury – it’s a must which brings measurable profits.

Here are several tips on how to use branding and photography in a smart way making your business irresistible to clients:

1. Put quality photography first.

Most of people are rating the product or service through the visual aspect. Sometimes even when¬†that product itself doesn’t have a physical form.

A crisp, professionally looking photography always attracts the clients. For many people it’s a promise that your product or service is reliable and your company is¬†serious.

Ben Woollacott drummer business cards branding design Ula Burgiel
Branding, graphic design & photos: Ula Burgiel for Ben Woollacott drummer

 

2. Make your product stand out with the blurred background.

People usually associate professionalism in photography with an  item standing out of a blurred background called the bokeh. That effect can be achieved by using a wide open lens with a low aperture Рwhich I usually do while photographing and creating branding for my clients.

That simple trick has always great results Рtry it out.

Ben Woollacott drummer business cards branding design Ula Burgiel
Branding, graphic design & photos: Ula Burgiel for Ben Woollacott drummer

Even with non-visual businesses like music or finance Рphotography is crucial. A CD cover is a representation of the music and a sign in front of the finance institution can either encourage or discourage the use their services. Of course it will never replace the actual musical skills or a life-time of experience but certainly will make those qualities stand out and attract new clients.

 

3. Change words into images.

It’s crucial to show what¬†business offer clearly. You don’t want to leave your client confused. Think of some items that will instantly inform your client what you can do for them.

If you’re a drummer – show drumsticks or a cymbal for example. Or, if you run a coffee shop, show a cup of hot coffee. How about thinking of something outside-of-the-box? That’s even better! But most importantly – it has to be a clear and understandable message.

Ben Woollacott drummer business cards branding design Ula Burgiel
Branding, graphic design & photos: Ula Burgiel for Ben Woollacott drummer

 

4. Remember: Less is more!

I love what the architect¬†Mies van der Rohe said about design:¬†less is more.¬†As your branding’s first and most important task is to inform, it should be¬†simple and readable.¬†For me that’s the essence of good design, photography, architecture and all sorts of visual arts.

Minimalistic and readable image will make¬†your business look professional. The less cluttered your logo, business card¬†and website will be, the higher you’ll be rated by your clients.

Pick one most impressive thing and build your branding around it.

Keep it simple!

Logo for the company, Branding, graphic design Ula Burgiel, photography, sturt-up logo
logo/branding design for ISCAS: Ula Burgiel

5. Use symbols to strengthen qualities.

As a society we’re used to showing certain qualities in a graphical form. From impersonating a god into an animal to showing a finance company in the shape of a lion – we do love symbols and communicate with them.

Symbols don’t need to be literal – sometimes a very simple shape can show qualities such as professionalism, innovation or dynamism. Thanks to life experience our mind is used to understand them. Make use of it creating the visual identity of your business.

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How to use photography for personal branding http://ulaburgiel.com/beauty-photography-within-personal-branding/ http://ulaburgiel.com/beauty-photography-within-personal-branding/#comments Tue, 12 Jan 2016 10:06:12 +0000 http://ulaburgiel.com/?p=2422 With the rise of the¬†Internet and social media, personal branding has became essential. From Barrack Obama to Madonna¬†all celebrities and professionals promote themselves as brands. Even if we don’t realize it – this phenomenon¬†influences us a lot.

Consider photography as a branding tool.

Not long ago I photographed two professional interior designers. My focus was on the importance of a minimalistic look to enhance the professional image of a person.

Of course it’s the character, business-like skills and achievements that create the true value of a person but taking care of the external beauty details is the icing on the¬†cake. It’s crucial especially in the art & design business.

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photographer: Ula Burgiel, makeup: Sylwia Kunysz, model: Joanna

 

A fine soul in a fine body.

Being that our photograph is a representation of ourselves,¬†it needs to build trust and strengthen our CV or the¬†business we run. That said it shouldn’t overshadow¬†it. For me,¬†it’s a modern representation of¬†Kalos kagathos (Ancient¬†Greek:¬†őļőĪőĽŠĹłŌā őļŠľÄő≥őĪőłŌĆŌā) – a phrase used by classical Greek writers to describe the complete human personality: harmonious in body and mind.

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photographer: Ula Burgiel, makeup: Sylwia Kunysz, model: Joanna

 

Photographing their personality.

I want my photographs to show someone’s personality and charisma trough the visual image.¬†There are several ways to attract¬†the observer attention. My favorite is focusing on the eyes, after all¬†the eyes are the window to the soul.

Ula Burgiel photography blog - working with a makeup artist - photography makeup
photographer: Ula Burgiel, makeup: Sylwia Kunysz, model: Joanna
Ula Burgiel photography blog - working with a makeup artist - photography makeup
photographer: Ula Burgiel, makeup: Sylwia Kunysz, model: Monika
Ula Burgiel photography blog - working with a makeup artist - photography makeup
photographer: Ula Burgiel, makeup: Sylwia Kunysz, model: Monika

 

Working with a makeup artist.

When I’m photographing a portrait I work with a professional makeup artist, as I want to enhance my model’s best features. Cooperating with someone who can build form with shadow and light is very important. It’s not easy to achieve a type of a makeup that looks good on¬†camera¬†because¬†it¬†tends to “wipe out” 50% of¬†it. I always want¬†the makeup to stand out more than¬†usual¬†but also to¬†keep the natural look.

Ula Burgiel photography blog - working with a makeup artist - photography makeup
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