Learning Model Photography in all forms of shooting models. I would like to specialize in Commercial Advertising, Fashion, Editorial, Lifestyle, Fine Art: Story-Telling. Join me on this journey of learning the best techniques of doing model photography in those areas and as I learn these techniques I will share them on here to give you a place to learn as well.
I'm looking for a Muse Model to work on many different projects.
I am basically looking for a male model willing to cut/grow hair on their head and face to manipulate for many different looks to be achieved.
Body type I am aiming for is slightly medium bulk and slightly ripped up on the muscular development. Also have very well fitted professional business suits and tuxes.
This is for my personal projects during the winter season as outdoor environmentals will be very limited but still will want to try some environmental portraits in the colder weather as long as its safe for us and equipment, but primarily looking for a male model for a lot of studio shooting during the season.
I am willing to pay for travel ($0.25/per mile round trip) of models in the 2 or less hour drive radius.
Important part is I need you to look more mature, so if you still look young shaven or with facial hair this does not apply to you. Looking to shoot mature looking male models like mid 30s to mid 50s. If you are younger in those ages but you know you can look in those ages we can talk and see if this is actually work.
Primary types of genre will include: Fashion, Lifestyle, Acting. Note acting may include some implied nude and underwear to tell certain stories in images.
This is how I do it, I do not know how others do it if they have a mathematical system or not some photographers simply hire pretty faces only and mold them to their needs which is fine and golly for them but I am not wasting cash shamelessly on not properly paying a paid model their actual worth or simply paying them based on whatever they say their worth.