How u define urself as model?


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Excel-glsi

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Just wondering how 1 define oneself as models? Got any paper to prove?:dunno:
 

sORe-EyEz

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need WSQ cert wan? :bsmilie:

WSQ = Work Skill Qualification
 

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definition of model = "just have the guts to strip to bikini and/or totally naked = a model"
[applicable to both male and female model]

well, i believe most of the guys in those humsup cs shoots will agree...
 

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Just wondering how 1 define oneself as models? Got any paper to prove?:dunno:
Everybody is here to learn with the fundamentals laid. But to take clubsnap as a route to learn how to model from photographers, it is totally wrong!

Photographers cannot expect models to teach them how to hold a camera or to expose or frame correctly. Neither can models expect professional coaching from gwc.

To learn to model, it is a lot of hardwork, determination and luck. It is not just a happy face. But doing it just for quick cash is a different take altogether.
 

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firstly, a model has an AGENT or REPRESENTATIVE (someone who manages her)

secondly, models know how to pose NATURALLY infront of a camera

lastly, models are hot. with or without make up and pp

with that, most of our models in CS don't really qualify as models.

and, models must have a portfolio, not TFCD shot in the past.
 

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firstly, a model has an AGENT or REPRESENTATIVE (someone who manages her)

secondly, models know how to pose NATURALLY infront of a camera

lastly, models are hot. with or without make up and pp

with that, most of our models in CS don't really qualify as models.

and, models must have a portfolio, not TFCD shot in the past.

ummm i kinda agree with all of the above except the first one. there are freelancers around who aren't managed by agencies.
 

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Anyone in front of the camera can be called a model. The only question is good model or lousy model. Same as with the term "photographer".
 

Excel-glsi

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Anyone in front of the camera can be called a model. The only question is good model or lousy model. Same as with the term "photographer".
U are rite... It did apply to "US" also... But for mi I am just a camera man....:sweat:
 

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