How “Preparation” Can Separate Amateur Models From Professional Models
There are two things that separate an amateur from a professional, and they are:
If you’re not experienced in the modeling industry, then you need a little help to ensure you are prepared to become an experienced, professional model.
How You Can Ensure Success In The Modeling World
Models like to work with people that are ready to do their jobs (and if they can work with them on a regular basis, that’s even better). They don’t want to arrive on location to find nothing is ready – photographer hasn’t put up the set or the makeup artist forgot their makeup kit.
Professional photographers and makeup artists too want to work with models that are on time, professional and take direction well. Models who are easily accessible and can quickly make it to the photo shoot will make a positive impression.
Models that have the right work ethics and a good attitude are far more desirable than just pretty faces. This will lead to a better portfolio that can be used for future employment. And, people in the industry are much more likely to work with these models for their jobs.
Remember: a happy client makes for the best client.
Difference between a successful model and not so successful models is just one factor. That is repeat clients. Its not just your looks, but the personality and warmth brings in repeat clients.
If you’re always prepared for a job, you’ll see a high percentage of repeat clients. What can you do to ensure you have a repeat clientele base?
What Are Some Positive Attributes Models Need To Have
What Items Should Already Be Packed and Ready To Go
There are so many things you need to have on hand – packed up – to ensure that you’re ready to leave on any given notice. You certainly don’t want to go hunting for these items when you need to be on set within a certain time frame. These items can include: