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Modelling Portfolio Photoshoot Information
Are the images really all included?
Yes! Almost every other studio and photographer charges you per photo in addition to the shoot, meaning that you end up spending hundreds of pounds more than you thought. You keep all the photos we take, so there’s nothing extra to pay on the day.
How many photos will I get?
Part of the magic of good photography is taking lots of variations of any one pose so that you have lots of options when choosing the best ones you want to use. Most studios only let you have a few of the photos, but I find that people really like having the outtakes too, as there are often lots they like and want to use. So you’ll get all the photos we take.
The number of photos in a shoot varies with factors like how long you spend changing, whether you’re changing your make-up, etc. We’ll take at least 100 variations, though, and you’ll get to keep all of them at no extra cost.
What do I wear?
I’ll give you lots of detailed suggestions when you book, but you can wear whatever you like and the photo shoot is entirely customized to the styles you want to do. Usually a range covering smart, casual and sporty is good to show variety.
Can you help with agencies?
There are a handful of reputable, accredited model agencies out there and a whole lot of dodgy ones that make all their money from the girls themselves instead of getting you work. If you’re considering sending your photos to agencies, I’m very happy to offer free impartial advice throughout the shoot, and will tell you how to avoid the bad agencies and ‘modelling platforms’ and also how best to approach the legitimate ones.
What about make-up?
Over many years of doing photography I’ve found that people consistently prefer photos when they feel more like themselves, so my shoots are now all ‘own make-up’.
In my experience women always assume they’ll benefit from a make-up artist, but because professional make-up feels much heavier than you’re used to, it feels ‘caked on’ and will tend to make you look ten years older.