Wet Behind the EarsPhotographer Male Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US
My MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/wetbehindtheears
Mayhem # 129234
I am an amateur photographer who specializes in wetlook photography. I work full time outside the industry, so photography is a part time interest. Wetlook simply involves getting wet while fully clothed. An unassuming outfit can suddenly be transformed into a very sexy look merely by getting wet. I look for models who can have fun with this type of shoot. It's not for everybody, and that's okay. If this sounds interesting to you, send me a message and we can talk about working together.
I offer some paid work as well as some TFCD. Paid offers from me are based on no pictures being provided. If you want pictures, we can set up a TFCD shoot, or arrange ahead of time to make that part of your compensation. Do not request pictures at the shoot. I view that as a renegotiation of your compensation, which is something that should not happen once you've shown up on a job.
When I shoot TFCD, you will go home the day of the shoot with all of the unedited photos. You can pick an agreed upon number of pictures for retouching. I will then send those to you electronically. This seems to work well and speeds up the process.
I'm fairly easy going when I shoot. But I do not like unprofessional behavior. If you no call-no show, I will no longer work with you. I send out reminders. I provide a cell # upon booking. There is no reason not to get in touch if you can't make it. If you get a job that conflicts with ours that pays more, I understand, but talk to me. Even if you accidentally double-book yourself, I'm understanding if you let me know. We can probably change the time if you contact me in advance of the shoot.
Unobtrusive escorts are always welcome and encouraged! I want you to be comfortable when you shoot, so bring along a familiar face if you'd like. But I do expect you to interact with the camera, not with your escort.
My TFCD rant: To me, TFCD is one of those things unique to the modeling industry that allows all of us to sharpen our skills, network, and keep our portfolios current without cost to either party. So if you think there is nothing left for you to learn, a larger network would not serve you any purpose, and an updated book has no value to you, then fine, don't do TFCD. But otherwise, I think it's a little silly to say you don't do TFCD. It's a bit like a professional sports team saying they're not going to practice because no one buys tickets to practice. Like I said, it's silly. But with that said, if you've been modeling professionally for 10 years, have just about every look imaginable in your port, and your photos are taken by well-regarded, established full time photogs with 20+ years of experience, I'm not the one you should be shooting TFCD with. But if you just started modeling 6 months ago, haven't done a wide range of work, are still learning to pose, and have only a limited number of photos in your portfolio, you should be taking all the work you can get, especially if it's being offered to you for free. So if you're that model with limited experience, don't tell me you only do paid work because if that's your stance on TFCD, I won't use you for paid work either.
I'd be happy to provide model references upon request.