Marliese CarmonaPhotographer Female Orlando, Florida, US
My Website: Marliese Carmona - ContactMy MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/AnimaPhoto
Mayhem # 694367
O R L A N D O M I A M I T A M P A
Please visit www.marliesecarmona.com for my full portfolio - I do not update MM on a frequent basis.
Please don't email me here. Email me here.
Portfolio development for local agency talent is my full-time job. I shoot nearly every day.
Here's how that works:
Email inquiry regarding rates = shoot!!
Email inquiry regarding TFP = I take a nap instead. I really like naps, so it's ok
I am no longer able to accept tests unless your look fits one of the below projects, and such tests are on my terms involving my concepts- please do not ask me to shoot commercial images for you for free.
When emailing me regarding my ongoing projects, please include digitals/polaroids with NO makeup and NO retouching.
Currently interested in testing:
-Female models (agency stats) with any of the below:
* short or otherwise unique hair and facial features appropriate for beauty
* full eyebrows (think Bambi Northwood-Blyth)
* strong, androgynous features.
-Male models (agency stats) with any of the below:
* strong facial bone structure
* Long hair (think Josh Holloway)
* Androgynous features
If you do not fit the above list, do not fret. It is very easy to book me for portfolio development if you don't ask me to do it for free
If you do fit the above list Please know that for test shoots, I edit 3-5 of the very best images- I do not give out CD's or unedited images. I try to edit at least one photo within a week of the shoot, but after that it may take me a week or three or seven. I have an insane schedule. Please understand.
I don't mind if you bring your mom, boyfriend, uncle, pet frog, or imaginary friend. I shall name them "Assistant" and put them to work holding a reflector. However, if you're bringing an escort because you feel you need to for your safety, just know this... I'm 25, a woman, and probably no bigger than you are. Be afraid
...it's important to be direct and honest with people about why you're photographing them and what you're doing. After all, you are taking some of their soul. --Mary Ellen Mark
Catalogs, a few mags, etc etc