Denson PhotographyPhotographer Male Brampton, Ontario, Canada
Mayhem # 664962
I am based in the Toronto and Brampton area.
Raised in Toronto, Brenton studied photography at George Brown. Hobby turned into his passion; he most enjoys fashion photography, weddings and candids.
I opened DPS Photography (Denson Photography Services) in June of 2007. I have teamed up with Norm Cheung and Harley Chow to gain more experience.
I can always be reached via email at Densondouglas@yahoo.ca
On a side note!
"As a photographer u should make me chase you NOT LEAD you!" Nigel Barker (noted fashion photographer)
"I think the quality of sexiness comes from within. It is something that is in you or it isn't and it really doesn't have much to do with breasts or thighs or the pout of your lips." Sophia Loren
1) Study and master your Poses: Watch vids on Youtube and pratice in the mirror. Yes, you will look funny, yes you might even be embarrsed but in the end you will have a leg up on the competition. People are looking at your photo to see something. You must give them something to look at. In human interaction, body language says alot, learn to say something with yours.
2) Practice facial expressions: A blank face is not attractive, Think about it, think about a blank face starring back at you and how that would feel...ok, I think I made my point. Smiles and such, without sounds also communicate to the viewer. The models who are often the most successful have something to say that they relate to the viewer.
3) Educate yourself: You say you want to be a Fashion model, read Vogue. You want to be a porn star, watch Porn. There is so much you can learn by example by watching what other people do and studying them, being able to emmulate them and then adding your own personal touches can make you not only knowledgeable about where you really want to go, but you could help you gain knowledge about how you're gonna help yourself get there!
Before a shoot that we've agreed to, I normally give you my contact numbers..and I hope to get a contact number from the model in return as a professional courtesy. We all know that life happens..and sometimes, something can come up and you cant make the shoot. I appreciate a call to let me know you cant make it...just as I'd call you if I need to reschedule. That way, a persons day isnt wasted. If you cant be bothered to let me know you cant make it, then I cant be bothered to book you for a shoot in the future.