This is a question that gets asked a lot by new models and people interested in starting out in the industry. There was a time when models represented perfect humans with no blemishes or eyesores, but thankfully this stereotype is changing. Now we have models in all shapes and sizes, and the industry is definitely changing for the better. If we look at the practice objectively, models exist as props to sell products that they wear or present. For this reason,
If you are a live subject photographer such as a model photographer or lifestyle photographer, then the chances are you shoot on a digital medium. Today the digital camera lets professionals do some pretty impressive things, both during the photo shoot and after words in post-production. The power to see pictures live as you progress though a shoot is hugely valuable and can let you know how the pictures are turning out without waiting for the images to be developed.
Getting your foot in the door as a fashion or portrait photographer can be a tricky business. You can have all the best gear and great ideas, but if you don’t have any live subjects to shoot then you are going nowhere. The usual process for fashion photographers is to find subjects through modelling agencies, who deal with the casting process and get the right models to the photographer. These agencies can however be expensive, and if you are just starting out,
A modelling agency must be in the best condition possible otherwise they can easily see their business start to encounter negativity at the prospect of being able to hire elite models. Highly experienced and professional models will expect to have the best facilities laid out for them constantly, regardless of whether that is at the company’s offices or at photoshoots. Fortunately, the successful implementation of a damp-proof course can go a very long way to helping companies to achieve this.
New York Fashion Week is one of the biggest fashion events in the world! Not only do designers showcase the art they have been working on and setting the tone of style for the up and coming season, but fashion lovers and enthusiasts attend the shows and other fashion week events wearing their best glad rags…also known as Street Style. Frida, is a fashion communications graduate and now a full time social media influencer. She has been named an inspiration for
Ever since the arrival of social media platforms, developers have been looking for new ways to speed up and maximise their activity and engagement. Whether it is smart analysis tools for getting in depth metrics about how well your account is performing, or even hashtag tools that tell you trending hashtags and other information about hashtag use around the world. There are quite literally hundreds of these tools out there, and we are going to give you a brief run
Asos is trailing a brand-new tool on its website called ‘See My Fit,’ which does exactly as it sounds. It lets online shoppers see a simulated view of what a certain item of clothing will look like on various models of different sizes. It comes as people are demanding more effort from fashion labels to showcase what their items of clothing will look like in the real world on the body types of individual consumers. The tool uses custom augmented reality programming
“Models Carolyn Murphy and Liya Kebede, in Cushnie et Ochs and Proenza Schouler, respectively, made for a stunning vision in winter whites at Tuesday’s CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund dinner at Center-548.”
Prada welcomes you to time travel back to the 60s with them.