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09 Oct 1995

i live in hicktown, usa.
i want to do something with my life, for myself, something i can enjoy.
i hope to become a model, photographer, and astronaut.
i strive for self-perfection.
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kittytree asked:

15 Jul 2010

Modeling help...

I'd like to start modeling, but I live in the middle of nowhere and the closest modeling agency is hours away. I was wondering if anyone knew of any online agencies that weren't scams, perhaps someone has had some experience with one? Or would it be worth it to go to New York and try there? What agencies are there, there? I don't know where or how to begin >< Thanks in advance.



nana_0601 says:

Posted on 15 Jul 2010

First you have to have a portfolio. A professional one of pictures of all sorts, close ups, waist high, and full pics, hair pics, make up pictures etc. To do so, you need to get in touch with photographers in your area. This can be done by finding them in a site like (where ihave an account) or modelmayhem (although they're more profession). You will not get paid when you first get shoots. You'll either do TFP or TFCD (time for print or time for cd) ask the photographers if they do either. If not and you really want that specific photographer to shoot you, you have to ask for rates. Each photographer has their own criteria , be humble, and they will love you. It's competitive and the photographer will not consider you if you come across in a unprofessional way.

Secondly, once you've created a professional portfolio then you may contact an agency which will get you shoots so that instead of paying the photographer , you will be getting paid. Until you have an agency and start getting paid, you shouldn't consider yourself a professional model yet. You can search for closer agencies on onemodelplace i know, and the layout there is quite nice, you choose specifically what you want to model for, the more you choose, the more options with photographers you get, etc. If you ask, a photographer may be willing to go over to your residence to shoot. I know of a photographer who does that. If you're willing to travel to new york you can spare a couple of hours for a car ride, and they arrange it with you ahead of time unless they're only in the area for a small while.


nana_0601 says:

Posted on 15 Jul 2010

It's a good idea to research as much as you can if you want to do modelling, TFP or TFCD's will require you to come up with your own outfit and makeup sometimes because a photographer may not be willing to pay for your makeup unless you pay them (which you don't have to when you do TFP/TFCDs) so make sure you have an updated wardrobe or fashion items that you feel would work for the shoot and get your hair and make up done professionally in a studio if you can. Other than that, I'm blank for now >.< good luck

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