Professional Model Portfolios: A Step-by-step Guide for Photographers

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Amherst Media, Jan 1, 2004 - Photography - 123 pages
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This photographer's guide to creating successful model portfolios encourages a dynamic, diversified artistic approach and shares essential knowledge about the modeling industry, portfolio basics, and agency requirements. Photographers learn how to work with models for the best possible results, create and refine a standout portfolio, and sell that product to agents in the United States, England, and Asia. Three actual portfolios are included to help photographers conceptualize, sculpt, and refine their own portfolios to maximize their client's reach in the industry. Photographers learn why particular images were chosen for opening and closing shots, how to arrange the interior images, and what constitutes an appealing design. Featuring information on working with women, men, and children, this book will help new and experienced models and photographers alike in getting the results they desire.

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Billy Pegram has discovered, photographed, and introduced more than 50 young men and women into the international modeling community. He has also produced cutting-edge fashion photography for such clients as Fila and Swatch, and is the author of "Fashion Model Photography: Professional Techniques and Images" and "Professional Model Portfolios: A Step-by-Step Guide for Photographers," He lives in Las Vegas.

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