I’m pretty sad that I’m nearing the end of the images from my shoot with Victoria. If you’ve been following for the last several days, you’ll already know Victoria is a professional plus size model with FORD models. If you’ve missed the last few post, you can go check out her first three looks here, here and here. I’ll wait while you go check those out! 🙂
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Today I’m sharing the Beauty Shot. When working with models and adding to their portfolio, it’s extremely important to be able to provide a great Beauty Shot. A true beauty shot in this instance to models is akin to head shots for actors. The purpose they serve are to show casting directors and all future clients the real and natural you. These images shouldn’t be super stylized or made to “look like” L’Oreal, or Cover Girl ad campaigns. These images however are supposed to help you book those types of jobs by showing casting directors your hair, your skin and teeth, your smile and the overal symmetry of your face. A model is just the blank canvas for a specific JOB.
With that in mind, I knew it would be very, very important to keep Victoria’s beauty shot “Soft, Fresh & Feminine”.
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