Forums > Newbie Forum > Question About TFP Shoots With Photographers

Model

Manami

Posts: 16

Los Angeles, California, US

When people do TFP with different photographers do models they bring 2 or 3 outfits or how does this work? Just wondering since I'm new to this still

Jan 28 13 09:25 pm Link

Photographer

ForeverFotos

Posts: 6644

Indianapolis, Indiana, US

First, welcome to MM, enjoy the party! http://www.easyfreesmileys.com/smileys/free-party-smileys-773.gif

Every photographer's requirements will be different, so your question should be reserved for the photographer you are working with for each shoot. Best of luck!

Jan 28 13 09:31 pm Link

Photographer

EdwardKristopher

Posts: 3377

Tempe, Arizona, US

It depends on the Photographer.  I've done them where we did a couple of outfits and I've done them that we had 6+ changes.  It's whatever you guys agree upon.

I wish you All the Best!

Kindest regards,
Edward

Jan 28 13 09:32 pm Link

Photographer

F O R B E S

Posts: 440

New York, New York, US

Welcome. You're hot

Jan 29 13 07:54 am Link

Photographer

HO Photo

Posts: 517

Los Angeles, California, US

Jason B Forbes wrote:
Welcome. You're hot

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Maybe you should tag one of her images with "DAMN baby let's shoot sometime!"

Jan 29 13 09:36 am Link

Photographer

B R U N E S C I

Posts: 25319

Bath, England, United Kingdom

Discuss it with each photographer prior to the shoot.

Some will provide some or all your outfits; others may expect you to bring your own. There is no general 'rule'.




Just my $0.02

Ciao
Stefano

www.stefanobrunesci.com

Jan 29 13 09:39 am Link

Photographer

M Pandolfo Photography

Posts: 12116

Tampa, Florida, US

Jason B Forbes wrote:
Welcome. You're hot

It's that kind of insightful and thought-provoking critique that has made MM one of the industry leaders.

Jan 29 13 09:48 am Link

Photographer

Top Gun Digital

Posts: 1273

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

Manami  wrote:
When people do TFP with different photographers do models they bring 2 or 3 outfits or how does this work? Just wondering since I'm new to this still

You should discuss with the photographer prior to the shoot what the wardrobe requirements are.  You should also discuss for a trade shoot how many images you will get for each look and what the time frame is for the delivery of the images.  Be sure the photographer is going to give you high resolution edited images.

Jan 29 13 09:50 am Link

Photographer

ontherocks

Posts: 22618

Salem, Oregon, US

my models tend to bring their entire closet! too much fun.

Jan 29 13 11:27 am Link

Photographer

ShotbyRon

Posts: 767

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US

I've done TF shoots where we used 1 outfit, and I've done some with as many as 5 outfit changes. A TF shoot is like any other shoot. Only difference is your exchanging your service for something other then money. Pictures, outfits etc. Discuss the details with your photographer.

Jan 29 13 11:32 am Link

Photographer

Toto Photo

Posts: 2792

Belmont, California, US

When people do TF with me, I prefer they bring no clothes.

Jan 29 13 01:58 pm Link

Photographer

ontherocks

Posts: 22618

Salem, Oregon, US

my neighbors started to wonder after a parade of models arriving in sundresses and then some leaving in various states of undress. i'm the man. with the camera at least. lol.

Toto Photo wrote:
When people do TF with me, I prefer they bring no clothes.

Jan 29 13 02:02 pm Link

Photographer

PDF IMAGES PHOTOGRAPHY

Posts: 4603

Jacksonville, Florida, US

I usually suggest 2 to 3 outfits ..depends on the shoot purpose/ location, I also have them bring if no MUA/ hairdresser is used, I suggest they bring touch up makeup with small mirror and hair items such as brush, hair spray (for windy days) and if wrinkles are not a major issue I just have them pack in a small carry bag (gym bag)   of course most of my shoots are on outdoor locations....but yeah 2-3 outfits is good, I had one model bring a full size suitcase.....wow

Jan 29 13 02:12 pm Link