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Model

Sierra Adkinss

Posts: 2

Mount Sterling, Kentucky, US

I took a few pictures of myself to start off with, could I have some people take a look at them and tell me what they think and what should I have done differently? It would be much appreciated! thanks (:

Sep 25 12 11:17 am Link

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DOUGLASFOTOS

Posts: 8452

Los Angeles, California, US

Sep 25 12 11:22 am Link

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Nature Coast Lightworks

Posts: 1873

Brookridge, Florida, US

Welcome to MM!

If you looking for feedback you will have to start a thread over here:

http://www.modelmayhem.com/t.php?forum_id=74

Members are not allowed to critique in the Newbie Forum.

jf

Sep 25 12 11:30 am Link

Photographer

Aaron Lewis Photography

Posts: 5083

Catskill, New York, US

Welcome

Sep 25 12 07:53 pm Link

Photographer

Albertex Photography

Posts: 15405

Mansfield, Texas, US

Sep 26 12 05:50 am Link

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Fresh Faces Photography

Posts: 261

Santa Rosa, California, US

Many new models start with self-made photos. After all, you need SOMETHING. But work as fast and as hard as you can to replace them with work by real photogs, with better cameras and more experience. Read the results of your posting in the critiques forum and contact as many as you can in your area. Then BROWSE for ALL the local photogs and contact any and all whose work you like and who will shoot TF* to schedule shoots.

Sep 27 12 12:24 pm Link

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E Delsigne Photography

Posts: 30

Los Angeles, California, US

Hi there!

I have found there are three things that work best to getting more traffic to your model mayhem page.

1. Visit the main page and exchange comments and list with fellow mmers. You will receive comments and traffic from doing this... sometimes immediately.

2. Participate in as many forums as possible. Make sure you have your best photo as your avatar.. this will draw people in as well.

3. Post casting calls and availability notices and work through MM as often as possible.

Hope this helps!

Erin Delsigne Photography

https://www.facebook.com/EDPhotos

Jan 18 13 11:00 am Link

Photographer

Yan Tan Tethera

Posts: 4184

Biggleswade, England, United Kingdom

It's a good enough start to take you to the next stage.

There are a lot of stages ahead.

Good luck.

Jan 18 13 11:40 am Link

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EdwardKristopher

Posts: 3377

Tempe, Arizona, US

Sierra,

Welcome to MM!

I wish you the Best of Success in all of your endeavors out here!

Kindest regards,
Edward

Jan 18 13 09:14 pm Link