I'm finally a year in and I was hoping maybe some experienced people would check my pace and see if I'm heading in the right direction. Any input would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
Dec 09 12 02:51 pm Link
Nashville, Tennessee, US
You're doing ok for glamour.
Your main problems are you have too many of the same looks in your shot. Delete the least favorites of each look. One or two of the same outfit/style of shot should be in your port at the same time. No more.
This shot is a really good glamour shot:
http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pi … 3#29529943
Same with this:
I don't really see too many "Bad shots". Just too many pictures with not enough variety. Delete the old ones as well. But you are in a good direction.
Dec 09 12 04:08 pm Link
Boston, Massachusetts, US
Trim down your portfolio to your top 12-20 best images. I agree with other comments about similar looks. Row #5 seems to have all the same facial expression.
Dec 09 12 05:56 pm Link
Lansing, Michigan, US
Samantha Emme wrote:
+1, also think about eliminating very similar pose images. You have two 'chain' images that aside from one being B&W and one being color are essentially the same pose.
Dec 09 12 05:58 pm Link
Thanks everyone. I'm doing some serious shot trimming right now.
Dec 09 12 06:44 pm Link
Anymore input would be awesome! I'll soak it in like a sponge... Lol
Dec 09 12 08:33 pm Link
Portland, Oregon, US
When I look at a port I don't care how many images of the same shoot are in it. I care that you can be in great shape at the shoot and that you look comfortable in front of the camera. I can get the model into the correct pose if she is inexperienced.
Let me know if you ever hit the NW.
Dec 09 12 08:44 pm Link
Thanks a lot! I definately will let you know. Great port btw. Love the fitness work.
Dec 10 12 06:25 pm Link
Is it starting to look better?
Dec 12 12 07:46 pm Link