Emily Archer wrote: I'd like to know what you think. Thanks for your time.
I probably would not contact you to do a shoot. While I do work with models who shoot nudes, when I see 44 images and probably 34 (without counting) are nudes, it makes me think you are a 1 trick pony.
Honesty, I don't understand why you need more than 20 total images in a port. I can promise I am not going to spend that much time as I skim through profiles looking for models.
Why I would not contact you - your profile says you are 110 years old. That is a double edged sword. The models I work with I need to be at least 18 (personal moral reasons). I also have to be real careful with models 30+ since the girls also do personal appearances and sign autographs in the general public.
Ouch! I'll be getting bikini pics soon. I'll bookmark this thread and come back to get you're opinion then
Memorabilia Advertising wrote: If you can't handle a critique, then don't ask for one. You might have done a small c, but for your frame, what you have is to big in my opinion. A good boob job is one where most people can't tell it has been done.
My projects tend more toward girl next door natural looks. That said, there are many who like the 2 basketball in a bra look, which is why I said you will probably continue to have success.
How many images do you need of a hand bra and bottom cleavage? I would shoot with you because I like your overall look. I would never do the bottom cleavage shot with you because of the obvious boob job.
One "hand bra" image is more than enough. You have 50 images with ALOT of repetition. If you have that many images, they should be variety to show the scope of your talent. Plain English: 1 or 2 images of a style is enough.
I would put you in the 50% category (60-70% had the boob job been a little more realistic).
Memorabilia Advertising wrote: I haven't done this for a couple of months. For several years, I have published a traditional bikini calendar and other sorts of traditional bikini related advertisements. If you would like to know based on your port alone, what your odds are of being published with me, let me know. I can also tell you what is lacking from your port that I like to see.
First, take out the part in your profile about your past bad experience. I agree it is horrible, but it would tend to make some perspective employers nervous about whether you are ready to shoot again or not. You know you had that experience and just be careful.
On your portfolio, you are cute but something doesn't click for me. I would put you in the 40% range.
I would never click on your profile based on your avatar. It doesn't really show you.
There are several images in your port where I could see your look working. I don't want to give you a percentage because you don't have a full frontal swimwear style image that I need to see. I can make girls out of shape work if I like there look, but they get a much lower percentage that someone with a bikini bod.
Show me what I need to see and I can give you an accurate rating.