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vampkisses asked:

29 Mar 2012

Modeling classes?

I want to take modeling classes (not that my parents will let me..) but just to see what it's like, I'm 5'9 closer to 5'10 and about 140lbs. I'm kind skinny, but I can lose weight.. well really I was just wondering what you do at modeling classes... I read some articles saying most are just a scam and not to take them but I'm curious... I went to a modeling agency a couple years ago and the lady there toldme to take classes to become less shy, have better posture and more grace but I don't know... SO what do you learn or do? Thanks sooo much for anyone that helps!



silence_ says:

Posted on 29 Mar 2012

Well the cover a large range of things within their syllabus depending on what classes you pay for. Some "model camp" courses include x hours/days of a workshop that focuses on :
Self Esteem
photographic modelling

Photoshoot including:
Professional digital shots to keep

So you get instructed on such things as the road to becoming a model, industry research, makeup, hair styling, clothing styling and a couple of photoshoots to add to a portfolio

A runway fashion course usually will cover such things as:

3 day workshop covering:
Runway training
Photo shoot workshop
Fashion show test runs
Photographic posing (because that *IS* a hard thing to master)

Of course every modelling school will have different syllabus but for the most part these are the things they'll go over with you and that will help you get an "edge" over other models. Of course, this doesn't apply to alternative modelling outside of maybe the makeup and posing lessons.


mimi_anetionete says:

Posted on 29 Mar 2012

First things, get a portfolio. Never walk into an agency empty-handed. Get a good buddy to take model poses of you in every fashion available-- make up styles, fashion trends, sandals to stilettos, the whole shebang. When you have at least 25 photos that are decent, bring them in.
Compose a cover letter describing your interest and your knowledge. Talk about your favourite models and fashion designers with them. Knowledge is power. They won't just hire a pretty face.
Don't condone to losing weight, unless you want too.
Take some classes like the woman said, but fuck her for saying to be more "Graceful"... Do your research. Find LEGIT modelling companies, and when you think you find one, don't go alone, bring a friend with you. Do your research.
Good luck.,


itsjustjenna says:

Posted on 01 Apr 2012

I got scammed.... I didn't really try after that. One thing: If things seem really fancy, like a huge folder that you're just going to throw away anyway, they have to get the money somewhere, right? Also, if they tell you to take classes, don't go for it, unless you've researched the name of it w/ the word 'scam' after it. If you clicked on it and there is proof, don't go for it even if you *want* more grace, or better posture.
Always do your research.
also, mimi_anetionete hs some good points

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