Model

Nina Carter

Posts: 129

London, England, United Kingdom

short hair vs long hair what do you prefer on a model ?


mostly i want to cut mine off like a boy and dye it green
however i don't think i would get much work somehow wink

seriously does hair length make to much of a difference to
you ?

i can't decide weather it would be a bad idea to cut it off smile

Apr 22 13 05:40 am Link

Photographer

Drew Smith Photography

Posts: 5210

Nottingham, England, United Kingdom

Nina Carter wrote:
short hair vs long hair what do you prefer on a model ?


mostly i want to cut mine off like a boy and dye it green
however i don't think i would get much work somehow wink

seriously does hair length make to much of a difference to
you ?

i can't decide weather it would be a bad idea to cut it off smile

It doesn't make any difference to me personally because I can always shoot with a model that fits my needs - long or short hair.

But for you, I'm guessing that if you have long hair you can wear it up and it's more versatile as opposed to having it cut short in which case it is impossible to wear long unless you employ a wig.

So if I had only one model to shoot with for the rest of my time then I'd want her to have long hair for the reasons expressed above.

Great name by the way:

http://www.ninacarter.com/page18.html

One of the top pin up models of the 70's.

Apr 22 13 06:03 am Link

Photographer

B R U N E S C I

Posts: 25319

Bath, England, United Kingdom

Long hair is more versatile unless you have access to good wigs.

Plus, when a photographer says "do stuff with your hair" you actually have something you can work with!




Just my $0.02

Ciao
Stefano

www.stefanobrunesci.com

Apr 22 13 06:07 am Link

Model

Nina Carter

Posts: 129

London, England, United Kingdom

Drew Smith Photography wrote:

It doesn't make any difference to me personally because I can always shoot with a model that fits my needs - long or short hair.

But for you, I'm guessing that if you have long hair you can wear it up and it's more versatile as opposed to having it cut short in which case it is impossible to wear long unless you employ a wig.

So if I had only one model to shoot with for the rest of my time then I'd want her to have long hair for the reasons expressed above.

Great name by the way:

http://www.ninacarter.com/page18.html

One of the top pin up models of the 70's.

ahh no green boy hair for me then big_smile may look like a gremlin anyhow
being short ! LOL

iv'e cut it off before but... i shoot alot of lingerie ,nude's and some glamour
work atm  which is more "sexy" type stuff so short hair would probably
lose me ALOT of work,  still i may rebel when im rich enough  ;P

Apr 22 13 10:01 am Link

Model

Nina Carter

Posts: 129

London, England, United Kingdom

-B-R-U-N-E-S-C-I- wrote:
Long hair is more versatile unless you have access to good wigs.

Plus, when a photographer says "do stuff with your hair" you actually have something you can work with!




Just my $0.02

Ciao
Stefano

www.stefanobrunesci.com

I investgated this i know some of even the good ones- don't
work on camera? apparently

because it comes out shiny and fake or something
the guy said .

the real human hair ones are like £500 ! still could save a shiton in
the long run on hair bills ! hair salons are ridiculously expensive yikes
and extentions cost as much yikes

Apr 22 13 10:05 am Link