Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Please tell me what I can do to get better, Be as harsh as you feel necessary
Nov 03 12 11:11 pm Link
Los Angeles, California, US
I'm guessing you've only modeled a few times? Usually after 4-5 shoots you start to get a lot more comfortable. I can see some nervousness in your facial expressions, and they lack any true expression, but I've found that to be pretty normal for new models.
My best advise would be to start shooting as much as you can. Don't just shoot with anyone though, make sure their work is at least halfway good . Facial expressions are always the hardest thing to master.
Nov 04 12 09:22 am Link
University City, Missouri, US
Shoot with more photographers and learn to pose with out your hands on your hips
Nov 04 12 09:25 am Link
Frederick, Maryland, US
Emily B 123 wrote:
One thing I notice it looks like even though your lips are relaxed your mouth looks locked or clinched. I would find a way to loosen up the face a little more. This could be from over thinking the pose causing your face to look tense. when your shooting remember to relax.
Nov 05 12 10:14 am Link
Miramar, Florida, US
do tfp with photographers that have access to good lighting equipment, makeup artists and hairstylists.
there is way too much similarity in your photos: no outdoor shots, no emotion, no theme.
Nov 09 12 02:43 pm Link
Broomfield, Colorado, US
You are a stunning beauty with great potential. I agree with the critique above. Study modeling portfolios here on MM for learning about posing. Practice expressions in the mirror.
And here is the best tip of all. Modeling is just a form of acting. Perhaps take acting lessons at a junior college. Think about the mood or emotion you want to portray in the image, let your face and body get into that mood or emotion.
Get lots of shoots! You'll learn with each one.
Nov 09 12 06:37 pm Link
Sandy Springs, Georgia, US
DEP E510 wrote:
This, for a start.
Nov 09 12 06:57 pm Link