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MODELLING PORTFOLIOS

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How to model

 

Professional modelling is a dream job for many, but it is not easy getting your big break. If you think you have what it takes to become the next Kate, Naomi or Cara, follow our tips on how to

 

model.

 

1. Figure out your niche

 

Modelling is not all about couture and catwalks. There are many great opportunities in lingerie modelling, catalogue modelling, music videos, hand or foot modelling and advertising.

 

2. Practice your poses

 

Identify your best angle, and work it. Take photos of various poses from different angles until you’ve figured out what works best for you. Work on your posture and practice your ‘walk’ in everything from high heels to flip flops.

 

3. Build your portfolio

 

Show your versatility with a portfolio of varied shots taken by a professional photographer. Make sure your portfolio shows a range of poses, including close up head shots and full body shots.

 

4. Join an agency

 

This is the easiest and most reliable way to make it in modelling. Find a reputable agency who can put you forward for jobs and offer you expert advice on the industry.

 

5. Be confident

 

Confidence is beautiful, and it comes across in photos. Believe in yourself and don’t be afraid to let your personality shine through.

How to model

 

Professional modelling is a dream job for many, but it is not easy getting your big break. If you think you have what it takes to become the next Kate, Naomi or Cara, follow our tips on how to

 

model.

 

1. Figure out your niche

 

Modelling is not all about couture and catwalks. There are many great opportunities in lingerie modelling, catalogue modelling, music videos, hand or foot modelling and advertising.

 

2. Practice your poses

 

Identify your best angle, and work it. Take photos of various poses from different angles until you’ve figured out what works best for you. Work on your posture and practice your ‘walk’ in everything from high heels to flip flops.

 

3. Build your portfolio

 

Show your versatility with a portfolio of varied shots taken by a professional photographer. Make sure your portfolio shows a range of poses, including close up head shots and full body shots.

 

4. Join an agency

 

This is the easiest and most reliable way to make it in modelling. Find a reputable agency who can put you forward for jobs and offer you expert advice on the industry.

 

5. Be confident

 

Confidence is beautiful, and it comes across in photos. Believe in yourself and don’t be afraid to let your personality shine through.

How to model

 

Professional modelling is a dream job for many, but it is not easy getting your big break. If you think you have what it takes to become the next Kate, Naomi or Cara, follow our tips on how to

 

model.

 

1. Figure out your niche

 

Modelling is not all about couture and catwalks. There are many great opportunities in lingerie modelling, catalogue modelling, music videos, hand or foot modelling and advertising.

 

2. Practice your poses

 

Identify your best angle, and work it. Take photos of various poses from different angles until you’ve figured out what works best for you. Work on your posture and practice your ‘walk’ in everything from high heels to flip flops.

 

3. Build your portfolio

 

Show your versatility with a portfolio of varied shots taken by a professional photographer. Make sure your portfolio shows a range of poses, including close up head shots and full body shots.

 

4. Join an agency

 

This is the easiest and most reliable way to make it in modelling. Find a reputable agency who can put you forward for jobs and offer you expert advice on the industry.

 

5. Be confident

 

Confidence is beautiful, and it comes across in photos. Believe in yourself and don’t be afraid to let your personality shine through.

Modelling portfolios

 

Your portfolio is the only thing that stands between you and your next job. A great portfolio will attract a lot of interest, while an unprofessional or incomplete portfolio is easily overlooked. We’ve put together a few tips on how to make your modelling portfolio really stand out.

 

1. Relevance

 

There is no point in submitting a portfolio of head shots if you are looking for swimwear work. Every model has their own specialist area, so make sure your portfolio reflects your niche. If you are pursuing high fashion jobs, make sure the majority of your portfolio focuses on these kinds of images.

 

2. Variety

 

Clients want to flip through your portfolio and get a sense of what you can do. Show your range by including a variety of different poses, moods, expressions and locations.

 

3. Quality

 

A poor quality portfolio can be spotted a mile away. Make sure all your photos are taken by a professional photographer, and have it on CD or in flash drive. These images are meant to show you at your best, so don’t cut any corners.