Forums > Critique > Would I work with you as a Model/Photographer?

Photographer

Silke Photography

Posts: 66

Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany

oh wow, you're gorgeous! llamas like you are the reason I wanna get really good. So they would work with me! smile
well, would you?

May 08 13 03:29 pm Link

Photographer

Plymouthshop

Posts: 21

Plymouth, England, United Kingdom

I think people need to be practical. You are 4 hours away and I can find girls who look like Naomi Campbell all the way along the 240 mile journey.

I can't think of a reason I'd pay a long distance model time and travel.

If you were local I'd defo ring.

In my company for the commercial work I am a dud and not a stud, BUT I am cheap (the boss and work for peanuts) and I still sell. I actually have a higher hit rate than any model working for me, but I think they are busy laughing and showing me off to friends too.

To answer your question when I have female clothes I pull the trigger on the gal models and if we trip over an XXXL men's jumper... they photograph me.

May 08 13 03:44 pm Link

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Model

Anna Adrielle

Posts: 18763

Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium

Plymouthshop wrote:
I think people need to be practical. You are 4 hours away and I can find girls who look like Naomi Campbell all the way along the 240 mile journey.

I can't think of a reason I'd pay a long distance model time and travel.

If you were local I'd defo ring.

In my company for the commercial work I am a dud and not a stud, BUT I am cheap (the boss and work for peanuts) and I still sell. I actually have a higher hit rate than any model working for me, but I think they are busy laughing and showing me off to friends too.

To answer your question when I have female clothes I pull the trigger on the gal models and if we trip over an XXXL men's jumper... they photograph me.

practical? it's a fictive thread. not an actual job offer. lighten up a little...

May 09 13 12:43 am Link

Model

Alexxis Johnson

Posts: 15

San Diego, California, US

Would you work with me as a model? Thanks for taking the time to do this, by the way! smile

May 09 13 06:35 pm Link

Photographer

Erlinda

Posts: 7286

London, England, United Kingdom

Anna Adrielle wrote:
I have no idea if I asked already (I don't think so, but sometimes I have the attention and memory span of a teaspoon...). but would love to know smile

I don't even have to look at your portfolio, I know I'd work with you in a heart beat. I'm a big fan smile

May 10 13 01:21 pm Link

Photographer

Erlinda

Posts: 7286

London, England, United Kingdom

Silke Photography wrote:
oh wow, you're gorgeous! Models like you are the reason I wanna get really good. So they would work with me! smile
well, would you?

You are good, I'd just have you focus more on the models you select for your shoots. You need to have an eye for what model would look good for what concept etc. That comes with time but over all your work is nice.

Yes, I would work with you smile

May 10 13 01:23 pm Link

Photographer

Erlinda

Posts: 7286

London, England, United Kingdom

Plymouthshop wrote:
I think people need to be practical. You are 4 hours away and I can find girls who look like Naomi Campbell all the way along the 240 mile journey.

I can't think of a reason I'd pay a long distance model time and travel.

If you were local I'd defo ring.

In my company for the commercial work I am a dud and not a stud, BUT I am cheap (the boss and work for peanuts) and I still sell. I actually have a higher hit rate than any model working for me, but I think they are busy laughing and showing me off to friends too.

To answer your question when I have female clothes I pull the trigger on the gal models and if we trip over an XXXL men's jumper... they photograph me.

If thats the case then why don't you have any in your portfolio.

May 10 13 01:24 pm Link

Photographer

Erlinda

Posts: 7286

London, England, United Kingdom

Alexxis Johnson wrote:
Would you work with me as a model? Thanks for taking the time to do this, by the way! smile

Your look is a hit or miss for me. I can't say I wouldn't work with you but I can't say I would either. It's one of those things where it has to be a mood I'm in to want to shoot an interesting looking girl.

You have to many photos in your portfolio and not all of them are as high of quality as the others.

Maybe I'd work with you.

May 10 13 01:28 pm Link

Model

Cynthia Serrano

Posts: 12650

Newark, New Jersey, US

I am gonna guess no I am no where near a high fashion model but thats okay tongue

May 10 13 01:44 pm Link

Photographer

AdamGray

Posts: 19

West Chester, Pennsylvania, US

I love these threads... go ahead...I can take it.

May 10 13 02:44 pm Link

Photographer

Thomas Prusso

Posts: 19

Oceanside, California, US

me please!

May 10 13 03:25 pm Link

Photographer

DreamPhotography1

Posts: 256

Ivins, Utah, US

Photographer here. Would you work with me?

May 10 13 04:04 pm Link

Model

Ceci L

Posts: 235

Villena, Valencia, Spain

And me?? smile

May 10 13 04:31 pm Link

Photographer

Erlinda

Posts: 7286

London, England, United Kingdom

Cynthia Serrano  wrote:
I am gonna guess no I am no where near a high fashion model but thats okay tongue

You are right, you aren't a high fashion model but that's not the only type of models I shoot.... There are many girls in this thread that I have said yes to that aren't high fashion at all.... If I see something interesting/i like I shoot.

I like how your photos make you seem very tomboyish but I do find your nose a little to big for my liking.

You've been on this site for 6 years, I expect a lot more from you than what you have in your portfolio right now.

No, I wouldn't work with you.

May 16 13 02:09 pm Link

Photographer

Erlinda

Posts: 7286

London, England, United Kingdom

Identity Photoworks wrote:
I love these threads... go ahead...I can take it.

In your bio, you spelled your business name wrong hmm (Not a good start)

Your work is very amateur, lighting is flat, concepts are tacky, poses are off and there is no "identity" in your work which I find ironic cause your business is called Identity Photoworks.

You need a lot of work. Good luck smile

No, I wouldn't work with you.

May 16 13 02:14 pm Link

Photographer

Erlinda

Posts: 7286

London, England, United Kingdom

Thomas Prusso wrote:
me please!

Your lighting is off and there is nothing more tacky than having a model laying in front of train tracks and taking their photo... ICK hmm

You need to start youtubing/googling more when it comes to lighting technics, you are *very* bad at lighting. Needs more work.

No, I wouldn't work with you.

May 16 13 02:17 pm Link

Photographer

Erlinda

Posts: 7286

London, England, United Kingdom

DreamPhotography1 wrote:
Photographer here. Would you work with me?

Your portfolio is all photos of one model, for a sec I thought I was looking at a models portfolio.

Your work isn't shit but it's very old school glam/boudoir hmm

No, I wouldn't work with you.

May 16 13 02:21 pm Link

Photographer

Erlinda

Posts: 7286

London, England, United Kingdom

Ceci L wrote:
And me?? smile

You have a lovely body and you are pretty, I just don't see what I'd shoot with you. I look at you and I'm blank hmm No inspiration.

No, I wouldn't work with you.

May 16 13 02:22 pm Link

Photographer

Edward McGowan

Posts: 152

Corona, California, US

this has been my favorite thread on MM.

ill man up and que for a go

May 16 13 02:43 pm Link

Photographer

Gideon Perez

Posts: 19

Long Beach, California, US

I could use some honest critique... (thick skin on)

May 17 13 12:28 am Link

Photographer

Garry k

Posts: 27684

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Would Love to shoot with You as a Model

smile

May 17 13 12:56 am Link

Model

Cynthia Serrano

Posts: 12650

Newark, New Jersey, US

Erlinda wrote:

You are right, you aren't a high fashion model but that's not the only type of models I shoot.... There are many girls in this thread that I have said yes to that aren't high fashion at all.... If I see something interesting/i like I shoot.

I like how your photos make you seem very tomboyish but I do find your nose a little to big for my liking.

You've been on this site for 6 years, I expect a lot more from you than what you have in your portfolio right now.

No, I wouldn't work with you.

Thanks I expected a lot more out of myself in six years as well but I will be working on my port more once I get my shyt together borat

May 17 13 12:08 pm Link

Photographer

Erlinda

Posts: 7286

London, England, United Kingdom

Edward McGowan wrote:
this has been my favorite thread on MM.

ill man up and que for a go

I'm glad I could entertain you.

Your work is nice, gives me the feel of film photography. I see a lot more portrait work in your portfolio than I do fashion. Keep working on it.

Yes, I'd work with you. smile

May 17 13 03:01 pm Link

Photographer

Erlinda

Posts: 7286

London, England, United Kingdom

Gideon Perez wrote:
I could use some honest critique... (thick skin on)

Your work is good but your model selection is poor. Need better models in your book. You are in LA, can't be that hard to find models.

Yes, I would work with you. smile

May 17 13 03:03 pm Link

Photographer

Erlinda

Posts: 7286

London, England, United Kingdom

Garry k wrote:
Would Love to shoot with You as a Model

smile

Thank you big_smile

Your work makes me think you are an "older" man, feels very 1900's style. hmm A lot of portrait and commercial work but not much fashion in there. Lighting is okay but could be a lot better. You've been on here for 7 years and this is all you have to show for? Not impressed.

No, I wouldn't work with you.

May 17 13 03:07 pm Link

Model

sasweets

Posts: 410

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

I would love to work with you. Would you work with me?

May 17 13 07:00 pm Link

Photographer

Garry k

Posts: 27684

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Erlinda wrote:

Thank you big_smile

Your work makes me think you are an "older" man, feels very 1900's style. hmm A lot of portrait and commercial work but not much fashion in there. Lighting is okay but could be a lot better. You've been on here for 7 years and this is all you have to show for? Not impressed.

No, I wouldn't work with you.

Thanks for taking the time

smile

May 17 13 07:23 pm Link

Photographer

Ernest Sambrano

Posts: 121

Payson, Arizona, US

Perhaps when you have a moment you can take a quick look, I don't have much content yet, thanks for your time.

May 17 13 08:05 pm Link

Photographer

Erlinda

Posts: 7286

London, England, United Kingdom

sasweets wrote:
I would love to work with you. Would you work with me?

Your expressions are very simpler to each other, not much of a change at all. I can see by your portfolio that you want to do fashion but it doesn't work for you because of your height as well as your looks. Your head is small but your lips and nose are big which to me it makes your face/head look odd. You are pretty but I don't see model.

No, I wouldn't work with you.

May 21 13 11:55 am Link

Photographer

Erlinda

Posts: 7286

London, England, United Kingdom

Ernest Sambrano wrote:
Perhaps when you have a moment you can take a quick look, I don't have much content yet, thanks for your time.

You need inspiration and ideas that are better than what you have right now in your portfolio. You need to work with better models and ease up on the retouching a little. Your avi is the only photo I like, it's what a think a country singer would have on her album cover.

No, I wouldn't work with you.

May 21 13 11:59 am Link

Model

sasweets

Posts: 410

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Erlinda wrote:
Your expressions are very simpler to each other, not much of a change at all. I can see by your portfolio that you want to do fashion but it doesn't work for you because of your height as well as your looks. Your head is small but your lips and nose are big which to me it makes your face/head look odd. You are pretty but I don't see model.

No, I wouldn't work with you.

Not trying to get into fashion (I only help out when I can) only working on beauty images. Since that is what I was told I could do for print. Thank you for the critique, I will start trying to work on my expressions more.

May 21 13 12:06 pm Link

Photographer

Joris van der Ploeg

Posts: 134

Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands

Would you with me?

May 21 13 01:16 pm Link

Photographer

Duncan Cheng

Posts: 52

Alhambra, California, US

I would like to know smile

May 21 13 01:55 pm Link

Photographer

Erlinda

Posts: 7286

London, England, United Kingdom

sasweets wrote:

Not trying to get into fashion (I only help out when I can) only working on beauty images. Since that is what I was told I could do for print. Thank you for the critique, I will start trying to work on my expressions more.

Who told you to do beauty work for print? Though you are a pretty girl, your face isn't suited for beauty. Your chin sticks out a lot and you have an over bite and when your lips are close your mouth/jaw looks stiff. You shouldn't listen to people that don't know what they are talking about. Have fun but don't expect much, just enjoy smile

May 21 13 02:26 pm Link

Photographer

Erlinda

Posts: 7286

London, England, United Kingdom

Joris van der Ploeg wrote:
Would you with me?

So haunting, love your portraits.

Yes, I would work with you big_smile

May 21 13 02:27 pm Link

Photographer

Erlinda

Posts: 7286

London, England, United Kingdom

Duncan Cheng wrote:
I would like to know smile

Clean commercial work. I like it!

Yes, I would work with you smile

May 21 13 02:29 pm Link

Model

sasweets

Posts: 410

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Erlinda wrote:

Who told you to do beauty work for print? Though you are a pretty girl, your face isn't suited for beauty. Your chin sticks out a lot and you have an over bite and when your lips are close your mouth/jaw looks stiff. You shouldn't listen to people that don't know what they are talking about. Have fun but don't expect much, just enjoy smile

That's what I'm payed to do when I'm not on this site. Commercial work is what I'm signed for and sometimes make up artists use my face for there portfolio. I'm on this site to get better when it comes to controlling my face because the person I'm signed to now has said that I need to look softer in photos not tougher because of my lack of height. And my face is the only reason why I'm I even signed right now nothing else. I'm taking in your corrections, so I can get there eventually, that's why I'm cool with my faults in images. I really am going to work hard on my face because I don't want to be boring and suddenly lose income.

May 21 13 02:51 pm Link

Model

Sophia Grey

Posts: 69

Yuma, Arizona, US

me????

May 21 13 05:09 pm Link

Photographer

ClashnClairty

Posts: 133

Singapore, Singapore, Singapore

I would love to know

May 21 13 06:48 pm Link

Photographer

Mandee Rose Photography

Posts: 6

El Segundo, California, US

I would really love an opinion smile

May 21 13 07:24 pm Link