As an artist, it is my desire to work with women who are artistically passionate as I am. My art depicts the beautiful female form in a myriad of surroundings and that model and I can work together to create that perfect piece of art to share to the world or to advance our careers as an artist for me and as models for them. For the sake of art and professional advancement, I am in need of models to grace my work. I welcome amateur and professional models, even those with no prior modeling experience. Gymnasts and contortionists are also welcome. To join my “models’ family,” a model must submit at least one head shot and one full body shot. Also an important requirement for a model is that she must not give in to shyness as most of my work deals with nudity. A model’s work for me is voluntary. She will not receive monetary compensation, but her work for me can open doors for career advancement as a model.
This is a mutually beneficial win-win situation for both of us as I get to expand my works and she gets to expand her portfolio. She can use her images to show other potential clients of hers. However, she may not sell her photos taken by me. She can instead use them for personal promotion. A model must contribute to one series or a new series. If a model joins a project of mine, the shoot will be at no charge and is referred to as TF/TFP shoot. The model trades her time and talent for my time and talent. I get images for my book and the model gets images for her portfolio. The benefits of working with me are endless. She can have the chance of working with a well-known photographer to expand her horizons. She can also use her images for self-satisfaction, knowing that she can always look beautiful, personally and in print. If you are interested, let me know. I would like to meet over coffee prior to shooting. I live in Rio Rancho, a suburb of Albuquerque, New Mexico, which is in the vicinity of the prestigious Santa Fe art colony. I do travel a lot, but I can nevertheless meet you at your preferred location. You can also reach me at my main site www.robertwkclark.com or one of the many social networking sites.
I really appreciate comments; just saying one word about a picture makes all the difference. You know what goes into making a shot? The rewards are the photo will last a lifetime. But how do you know it is a good shot? How do you get that reassurance? The comments. With out the comments of others, it wouldnât be worth while.