Model Scams Part 2

For Part 1, click here https://www.tracywhiteside.com/post/model-scams-part-1 12. A portfolio is built over time. It is not done in one session with one photographer. 13. Go to Ford Models and look at the ”NEW” models’ photos. Also check out Elite and IMG “Development” models. These are the looks you want to start building your portfolio. Even if you are not typical fashion model height and size, this is still what most agencies and clients are looking for to start. 14. Look at the fashion models’ hair and makeup. Look at their nails. Clients and agencies want to know what you really look like. 15. Once you have these basic shots, you can start adding on fashion, fantasy, commercial, whateve

Model Scams Part 1

Lately I have seen too many less than honest posts on Facebook groups and on Instagram, Twitter and even LinkedIn. I see so many things that bother me as a parent, as a photographer, and as a human being. I know most people want to believe that someone is going to make them a star. But I am here to tell you the hard truths. At one time I was a licensed talent agent and ran a modeling agency. I still work with professional models, have talent agent friends, professional actor friends, and have spent the last 15 years in the entertainment industry. Please trust me. 1. If you see something about training or developing models, it most likely is NOT an agency. It is a company that will charg

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