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First Modelling Photos - Feedback/Tips please!
Old 07-26-2006, 09:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi Everyone - I'm new here!
I had my first photoshoot the other day with a photographer (Petew119) and here are some of the photos...



Never modelled before and hoping to build a good portfolio and get in to it.
I'd really apprecaite any feedback or tips or anything anyone can give!
Thanks! Jess x
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Re: First Modelling Photos - Feedback/Tips please!
Old 07-26-2006, 10:12 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Very pretty. Lovely eyes, nice lips and hair, good hands. Excellent figure, insofar as I can judge.
First tip is to get your personal and portfolio information here filled in as completely as possible, so that you can be found in searches.
Otherwise, I'd recommend that you get a nice, unretouched headshot and a full-length (preferably showing your legs) shot included in your portfolio so that potential photographers will know better what you're suited for. Then work on diversifying your portfolio - other looks, other styles, depending on what kind of modeling you want to pursue.
You might find these interesting, although not directed towards glamour work: John Fisher's articles on commercial and editorial modelling
Good luck, best wishes, and please - keep posting
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Old 07-26-2006, 09:59 PM   #3 (permalink)
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First , Welcome to the community !

Looks like a great job on your first shoot , I'll second the thought about filling in more info in your profile area . I could not figure out where you were from ( did not see the little co.uk on the photos) London ??

I would recommend posting in the 'main community forum' - just my opinion that more people read that than the 'model topic' area
Better area to say HI to the masses

Love the second image - good tonal range and great expression (eye contact and smile)
the color one is a close 2nd - just a few too many stray hairs

tip = this is a good place to learn ( you might need a thick skin once in a while )
read over old posts like the Review/Critique forum , you might see what others think work and don't work ( mostly it's technical , lighting and such) BUT should also be comments there on what poses work/don't work and why

Best of Luck , hope to see more from you
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Old 07-27-2006, 03:01 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Hi Jess!

Glad to see you made it!! lol

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Very pretty. Lovely eyes, nice lips and hair, good hands. Excellent figure, insofar as I can judge.
First tip is to get your personal and portfolio information here filled in as completely as possible, so that you can be found in searches.
Otherwise, I'd recommend that you get a nice, unretouched headshot and a full-length (preferably showing your legs) shot included in your portfolio so that potential photographers will know better what you're suited for. Then work on diversifying your portfolio - other looks, other styles, depending on what kind of modeling you want to pursue.
You might find these interesting, although not directed towards glamour work: John Fisher's articles on commercial and editorial modelling
Good luck, best wishes, and please - keep posting
I second all of this advice.

nice look....keep 'em coming!
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There's a sample here that I have used for pose ideas, good for starters...
http://www.promodelposes.com/tips.php
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