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    Hi peeps,

    I'm new to modelling with few mths experience. Thus i'm looking for opportunities to build up my portfolio. Please do pm me if u need male model for photography sessions ...

    cheers
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    Quote Originally Posted by Male_Model
    Hi peeps,

    I'm new to modelling with few mths experience. Thus i'm looking for opportunities to build up my portfolio. Please do pm me if u need male model for photography sessions ... i'll settle for the photos and some cab fare (10 bucks per hour?) ...

    cheers
    got 6 pack? my preference is for some shadows to showcase the abdominal muscles of males. dun like those thin gangly models featured so frequently in adverts... looks kinda of sickly to me. heheh... i dun have 6 pack btw

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    I think i do have an athletic build (heck, i'm an athlete, haha) but sadly no six packs as yet ... working real hard on it though ... gimme 1 month ... heh

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    feel like at least postin a pic for us to see???

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    hmmm....so wats ya model classs now??? A/B/C...........
    models who are normally startin off hav to pay to get a portfolio done up first...

    the money on ya side comes wif hard work and experience....

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    That is wat i'm trying to do ... to gain experience and add to my portfolio while working with photogs on a TFP basis. This way, both parties can gain in experience and knowledge and i can get more exposure to the requirements and style of different photogs so as to perform better during commercial shoots.

    I am taking a pragmatic approach towards this industry and i believe paying big bucks for a professional portfolio in the beginning can either be a booster to one's chances or a painful lesson if one finds himself to be excess baggage in this fast moving fashion bandwagon. Hence i prefer the old ways of hard work and willingness to adapt and change. This way, if i succeed, it would be built on solid foundation; if i fail, it would be a much softer landing. haha

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