Model Portfolios, Headshot’s and Entertainer’s Photography
Do you want to try to be a model?
It’s easy to create a model portfolio!
With a simple photo shoot and a couple of images you can put together an elegant and stylish model portfolio to show friends and family or send off to modelling agents. It really isn’t that expensive. When you come into the Newton Abbot studio you will be taught how best to look into a camera lens and shown some simple poses to show off your best side.
How To Create A Simple Model Portfolio
It really isn’t that difficult to create a model portfolio, but you do need to use a professional photographer. They will guide you and help you put together a few images that show off your most important assets. You will need at least a full length image and a close-up. Together these form the basics of any model portfolio. But they have to be styled and look as if they were created as a pair so they site side-by-side perfectly and are appealing to the eye. For more information on how to be a model click here.
Entertainer’s & dancer’s Portfolio photography
Everyone knows to break into modelling or the entertainment business you need a high quality portfolio of images, so that when they land on the desk of an agent you will be noticed. Send in an average or “my friend took these” group of photographs and they will end up in the bin and you will be labelled a “time waster”. Having said that, you really do not have to spend a serious amount of money on loads of images, just one or two really good, sharp and creative prints can work for you.
Entertainers and cabaret artistes need to show their skills in a subtle way without looking too dated. Creative lighting in the studio will help build a slick and noticeable publicity shot.
Dramatic effects can also be achieved outside in natural lighting with a little help from some bounced light or extra flash. For modelling promos these can be the best as they tend to show you off in a more natural setting. The drama in the shot can come from movement or from our very special Devon landscape.
If you are not sure in front of a professional camera, Keith will suggest poses for you to make it easier and his relaxed style of working will instantly put you at ease. Contact the studio for the next available model portfolio dates.