A Photographer's Guide to Shooting Model and Actor Portfolios

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Amherst Media, 1999 - Photography - 121 pages
Solid artistic abilities, technical knowledge of the industry, business and communication skills, and a great imagination are all required in shooting a strong model portfolio. This book teaches not just how to style, pose, and shoot great model portraits, but also how to develop portfolios that will get models working. Photographers will learn how to develop a professional relationship with their models and how to determine a model’s and agency’s goal—whether it is to get urban fashion work, television or stage acting jobs, or hair and makeup work.

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About the author (1999)

C. J. Elfont's work has appeared in Sierra, Travel and Leisure, and Glamour Photography Magazine. Edna Elfont is a professional writer. Alan Lowry is a contributing photographer to Glamour Photography Magazine. They live in Salem, South Carolina.

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