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Time for another review from http://www.scalewarmachines.com - the home of model making videos, articles & archive films. Art of Modelling is a renowned Dutch scale model making magazine which is available to buy in English from http://www.historexagents.com/yt.
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Editorial vs. Commercial Modeling | Modeling
Hearing the call of the catwalk? You gotta work - do your homework! The Self-Made Model: Success Without Agencies: http://amzn.to/1VHJ8bs Picture Perfect Posing: Practicing the Art of Posing: http://amzn.to/1N2krnG The Business of Professional Modeling: http://amzn.to/1WQ75iZ The Professional's Guide to Modeling: http://amzn.to/1jeLGls Become a Successful Commercial Model: http://amzn.to/1OoNzY2 Watch more How to Be a Model videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/512597-Editorial-vs-Commercial-Modeling-Modeling Hi, my name is Trudi Tapscott, and I'm going to explain to you the difference between commercial modeling and editorial modeling. They actually really identify different types of clients, not different types of models. In our industry, the terms have been very interchangeable for years. So it's actually evolved that somebody will refer to you as a model as more commercial or more editorial. The confusing part about that is that then you think you're only one thing. So as a model, you need to take it with just a little bit of a grain of salt because it is someone's vision of you. They're sort of categorizing you. The real difference in the term is commercial modeling is if you're modeling for a brand like Diet Coke, or McDonald's, or the department store, or like Walgreens, or something that is more sort of common in a way, they're looking for the girl next door who doesn't look anything too distinctively different. She could be anybody. Kool-Aid, all sorts of things, orange juice, whatever. Editorial relates really to fashion. That is the girl who specifically has a body line that is specific. She's only selling clothes or cosmetics. Editorial is the term that actually refers to the inside pages of a magazine. When you shoot for that magazine, you get a tear sheet, which is tearing out the magazine page. That's editorial, the inside where there's no writing. It's just the most beautiful pictures in a magazine. That's editorial. That's what creates your image. That's what everybody wants. For fashion models in editorial, it goes hand in hand. That's exactly what it is. Commercial and commercial modeling is a little bit different. The terms are very interchangeable when you're identifying someone. You could be more cheerleader looking, more all-American looking. Those are terms that fall under sort of the commercial kind of girl. Fashion, editorial, something a little bit distinctively different. It doesn't look like the average person. That's kind of the difference between the two.
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The Art of Modeling by Kristen Jensen
This clip from the Kristen Jensen's The Art of Modeling showcases tips from Kristen Jensen, former Ford Model and current lifestyle consultant, image consultant and professional photographer.
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The Art of Modeling: How to Catwalk as a Runway Model 101
Want to become a professional runway model? then this step by step tutorials from Ghanaian Model & Style Influencer LHARLEY will help you to become that cover magazine super star soon. Videography by: @_lharley_ (IG) Background Song: Koo Ntakra - Had i Known ft. D Cryme #CatwalkTutorials #RunwayModels #SuperModels NB: Kindly Subscribe to this channel https://bit.ly/2Qxwz7v and TURN ON Notification for latest uploads Follow us on Social Media Instagram: https://instagram.com/emalltv Facebook: https://facebook.com/emalltv Twitter: https://twitter.com/emalltv
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The Art of Modeling with Monica Martin
Directed by @222Productionz Learning the ins and out of Modeling and Fashion!!
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4 Photo Shoot Tips for Models | Modeling
Hearing the call of the catwalk? You gotta work - do your homework! The Self-Made Model: Success Without Agencies: http://amzn.to/1VHJ8bs Picture Perfect Posing: Practicing the Art of Posing: http://amzn.to/1N2krnG The Business of Professional Modeling: http://amzn.to/1WQ75iZ The Professional's Guide to Modeling: http://amzn.to/1jeLGls Become a Successful Commercial Model: http://amzn.to/1OoNzY2 Watch more How to Be a Model videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/512631-4-Photo-Shoot-Tips-for-Models-Modeling Trudi: Hi, I'm Trudi Tapscott. Britt: And I'm Britt Bergmeister. Trudi: With model shoots, there are so many different variables going on that a model has to pay attention to. If you're a beginner, it can be a little bit daunting because it's not just about what you have to do for your job; there are a lot of things going on around you. So, when you go to a big shoot like that, for your first time, maybe it's your first or second job, and you are really only focused on you; like what you have to do, what you need to do to show up. But you're really part of a team and there are lots of different things going on and everyone has a job to do. Sometimes it can be a very high pressure situation. So, you want to stick with basics in terms of posing. Things get rolling. Sometimes you do eight shots before it really feels like everybody is in the groove of things. So, you kind of have to be patient with that and know that, regardless of how new you are when you're doing it, that the job is to get a great picture. So, regardless of what's going on around you, to focus on the fact that you need to shoot pictures while you're there. I think that it's never what you imagined. You're working with different people than you worked with yesterday. You may walk in to a set and you might not know anybody at all. That can be a little bit intimidating, I think, if you're starting out. Britt: Yeah, definitely. You have to adapt to every situation. You're working with different people, as Trudi said, every single day. You're going to be in situations that you're not used to; you're going to deal with personalities you're definitely not used to. Some photographers will give you tons of direction and you have to be okay with that and work with that. Some will give you no direction and you might feel a bit lost. Just try and adapt to every situation and know that everyone is working with you, and together, to get the same end result. It's not all just about you; it's not all just about the photographer. There's the lighting crew, the hair, the makeup; you have to treat everyone with respect because they all have really hard jobs. You have to treat everyone with respect and be adaptable to new situations. Be prepared; get a good night's sleep, bring snacks, bring food, don't go out the night before, and just be as prepared for the shoot as you can be. Trudi: I think it's important that when you're learning to do something new and you're getting your skills, sometimes you try too hard. So, if you think that acting confident is having an attitude, like your attitude makes you feel more confident, maybe that's the attitude that you need to have in front of the camera, but not the attitude that you need to have with the people that you're dealing with, because that attitude can be quite detrimental. So being aware that everyone has a job and I guess it's true that being nice goes a far way; treating people the way you want to be treated. It is a people business. People, sometimes, don't get rebooked because they were difficult. Sometimes, if you go on a trip somewhere, you're traveling with people, you're with a whole team of people for two or three days, if you're difficult and not pleasant to be around, you might not be invited back. Those things are really important. It is a business about people, it's word of mouth, everyone talks. So one job goes to the next job; you could get the next job being referred by the photographer, by the hair person, by the makeup person, or by the stylist. Everyone is going to a different job the next day and they're all working. So your job is to keep on working and you have to do whatever you need to do in order to make that happen.
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Fine Art Model Anoush: Art Modeling Unguarded - Nude Modeling Images for Art Lovers
FREE Nude Art Magazine: https://modelsocietymagazine.com/free Learn how to work with models: https://modelsocietymagazine.com/how-to-work-with-models Anoush is a rare example of photographer turned nude Art Model. Here experiences from both sides of the camera give her a unique perspective on the process of modeling and creating art. In this candid interview Anoush vulnerably reveals some of the things that inspire her and challenge her most as a model. From the outside many people may assume that models must be confident and take "beauty" for granted. Anoush helps us see that even an art model may often sees beauty as something to be found in others, rather than in oneself. Anoush shares that to her, it's the willingness to be seen, rather than any standard that occurs to her as real beauty. Experience more of Anoush's beautiful images at ModelSociety.com Model Society http://www.ModelSociety.com Anoush: Art Model Unguarded http://modelsocietymagazine.com/anoush-art-model-unguarded/ Modeling by Anoush: Photography by: Nathan Alliard, Alan Jenkins, Cameron Davis, Stefan Wegmuller, Robert Mosbach, Hicham Alaoui, John Dugan, CM, John F Cooper, Tom Darby, Cam Attree, T. H. Taylor, Jayne Hartt, Meir Shavit, MC Grain
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10 Things The Modeling Industry Doesn't Want You To Know
10 Things the model and fashion industry doesn't want you to know. Subscribe: https://goo.gl/Hnoaw3 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Other Videos you might like: 10 Unusual Models In The Fashion Industry https://youtu.be/17mEinpPX4g The PERFECT Woman Around The World https://youtu.be/yvinJsqSknU 10 Hot Instagram Stars Before Plastic Surgery https://youtu.be/WGZs-ixh1Vs 10 Shocking Photos of Supermodels Without Makeup pt. 1 https://youtu.be/nTFuzk3vKlw Description: What could be more glamorous than the life of a jet-setting model? From getting to wear luxurious fashions to travelling the world, it seems like the perfect life. But, there is much more to being a model than many would have it seem. There are dark secrets in the modeling industry, and anyone considering modeling as a career choice should take the time to do their research. From exploiting underage children, to pretty dangerous working conditions, these are 10 things you didn’t know about the modeling industry. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheTalko Twitter: https://twitter.com/thetalko Instagram: https://instagram.com/the_talko ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- For more videos and articles visit: http://www.thetalko.com/
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Nude Model Mona Innominata: The Art of Nude Modeling for Beautiful Creativity
FREE Nude Art Magazine: https://modelsocietymagazine.com/free Model Society Academy: https://modelsocietymagazine.com/how-to-work-with-models Mona is an art model in the truest sense. She is passionate about creating nude images that bring people into a deeper experience of art and beauty. Mona resists what she calls the "cult of the merely aesthetic nude" and seeks to convey ideas that go beyond the "cliche of the beautiful female form" . There is something more subtle and meaningful in her work than the naked beauty that often lives on the surface. Like an actress, Mona allows herself to embody a wide range of emotions in her modeling. Without ever seeming contrived, there is an elegance that she brings to her images that is reminiscent of classical art. These classical attributes are a natural expression of her true nature. Her grace is an honest extension of who she is. Model Society http://www.ModelSociety.com Visit Mona's Portfolio here: http://modelsociety.com/category-about.aspx?userId=2dade17f-1f52-4537-aade-8e26c2f00939
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How to Do Parts & Specialty Modeling | Modeling
Hearing the call of the catwalk? You gotta work - do your homework! The Self-Made Model: Success Without Agencies: http://amzn.to/1VHJ8bs Picture Perfect Posing: Practicing the Art of Posing: http://amzn.to/1N2krnG The Business of Professional Modeling: http://amzn.to/1WQ75iZ The Professional's Guide to Modeling: http://amzn.to/1jeLGls Become a Successful Commercial Model: http://amzn.to/1OoNzY2 Watch more How to Be a Model videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/512620-How-to-Do-Parts-and-Specialty-Modeling-Modeling Hi. I'm Trudi Tapscott, and there is a very specific area of modeling that actually has nothing to do with how tall you are or how thin you are. It's specialty modeling, or parts modeling, and there are agencies that are completely dedicated to people who have the best hand. It's obviously for products, like there are probably five men in the United States who have a great wrist and a great hand for a watch, and they get booked for that and they get paid money for that. For women that model hands, they wear gloves all the time. They wear gloves all day. They make sure they have sunscreen, the gloves protect them from the sun. It's very specific, it's a dedicated part of the business that most people don't know, because you don't know who those people are. They are modeling their foot, their hand, their arm, their shoulder and their neck. And it's very specific to do castings like that. When I worked at Vogue Magazine, that's where I learned how those castings worked because I did not know there was a specific someone who had the best hand. I had never done anything like that. But, when you do castings for editors who are shooting still-life, or they shoot with someone like Irving Penn, when he was alive, and they needed a specific hand. It's how you hold your hand and how you hold the object in your hand, and the length, it's very specific to get the picture they want. So, you might be the tall, thin model that is working in fashion, but you might not have the prettiest hands that they need for something, like a diamond ring, or whatever the product is. So, it's called parts modeling. It's very specific. I would have no idea how to tell somebody if they had the right hand or not, but there are people that will tell you, and you go to that agency, you send them pictures, and then they teach you about what you need to do to keep your hands perfect.
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Biggest Mistakes Aspiring Models Make | Modeling
Hearing the call of the catwalk? You gotta work - do your homework! The Self-Made Model: Success Without Agencies: http://amzn.to/1VHJ8bs Picture Perfect Posing: Practicing the Art of Posing: http://amzn.to/1N2krnG The Business of Professional Modeling: http://amzn.to/1WQ75iZ The Professional's Guide to Modeling: http://amzn.to/1jeLGls Become a Successful Commercial Model: http://amzn.to/1OoNzY2 Watch more How to Be a Model videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/512602-Biggest-Mistakes-Aspiring-Models-Make-Modeling Hi, I'm Trudi Tapscott and I'd love to explain to you some of the biggest mistakes models make in the beginning, when you're first learning your job. I think it's probably good things for parents to know too, because when you're 14, 15 years-old, the person that's looking out for you, your protector, is your parent, so anything you want to do or pursue, they're going to be there with you. I really think that when you're in your hometown, the biggest mistake you make is that someone is going to come and discover you, and rescue you, and you're going to be a top model, and you're going to make a million dollars tomorrow, that is never going to happen. It is a job, it's a career, it's a business. You're selling something, you're using what you've been given to sell something to someone else. In order to do that, you have to be good in front of the camera, you have to be good with people. You have to be fearless when you're taking pictures, you have to be willing to do anything. If a photographer asks you to jump off of a rock into the sand, you have to do it and make it look good. You have to be aware of your surroundings. Your job is to create a great picture, you're part of a team, you are not the team. So I think that models have kind of a misconception of what the job is, and how hard the job is. I think that most of the time they think that it's really, you're pretty, and you show up and they put some makeup on you, and you take pretty pictures of yourself. It's a really hard job, depending upon who the client is, and what you're shooting, and who the photographer is. There's a lot of personalities on a set. You're walking in, you're working with different people almost everyday, and until you have established yourself, they're all going to be strangers. So it's not like you go to the same, comfortable environment everyday, it's not a regular job. You are sometimes living out of a suitcase, you might have just flown there. It's a lot of uncomfortable feelings. It's a lonely job. I don't think that people realize how lonely it could be. But if you are, let's say you're the only girl on a set, there's a white wall behind you, there is nothing else. There's you and what you're wearing, and what you're trying to convey in a picture, and they say, "Okay, do something." They're not going to tell you always how to do every specific thing. Photographers are going to give you direction, but at some point you have to prove yourself. No one is going to pay you to do something if you don't do it well. I think that learning that there is something to do, and that you have to go beyond your looks, and that your personality matters. Nowadays, we're in a time where you have to be able to actually speak. It's not a mystery, you can't hide behind what you do anymore. You have to be able to communicate with people. Brands want models to talk, so I think that a lot goes into it. "I want to be a model. I want to work for Vogue Magazine. I want to work for Harper's Bazaar. I want to walk for Dior in Paris. I want to do the whole thing." If you want to do all of those things, then you have to be competitive in order to do it. There is nothing that special about you until you are in demand and you know how to model for everybody. You're the one between your agents and yourself of actually doing the work. You're the one who creates that demand. That's what makes Amber Valletta, Amber Valletta, Linda Evangelista, Linda Evangelista, Stella Tennant, Stella Tennant, Carolyn Murphy, all those girls, they worked for it. It wasn't easy, and they became established because they figured out what their niche was, what they were good at, and they worked with people who wanted to work with them again. So it's not just I worked for Steven Meisel one time, it's that I work with Steven Meisel all the time. That's what makes a superstar, that's what makes a great model, and that's the part that takes just a lot of really hard work.
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Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid & Kim Kardashian West Do NYFW and McDonald's | Vogue
When you’re Kendall Jenner, life is never boring—whether she’s dancing in Gucci with Gigi Hadid, chowing down on McDonald’s, spending some quality time with Marc Jacobs, or shaving her legs in the backseat of a car. Even big sis Kim shows up to join the party. Think you’ve kept up with Kendall? Think again. Directed by Cass Bird Fashion Editor Sara Moonves Featuring: Gigi Hadid, Kim Kardashian West, and Marc Jacobs Hair: Ilker Akyol Makeup: Sally Branka Manicure: Alicia Torello Director of Photography: Tyler Kohlhoff Production Design: Daniel Graff for Mary Howard Studio Produced by ProdN at Art + Commerce Edited by Jojo King Shot on location at The Plaza Hotel New York Studio and support provided by Milk Still haven’t subscribed to Vogue on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/vogueyoutubesub ABOUT VOGUE Vogue is the authority on fashion news, culture trends, beauty coverage, videos, celebrity style, and fashion week updates. Kendall Jenner, Gigi Hadid & Kim Kardashian West Do NYFW and McDonald's | Vogue
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Women's Ideal Body Types Throughout History
A diverse cast of models shows how the standard of beauty for women has changed dramatically over time. Find out more about how our perception of women's beauty has evolved: http://www.buzzfeed.com/eugeneyang/womens-ideal-body-types-throughout-history#.ohrrLWZkZ If you prefer a version with black text, watch the Facebook version: https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=1619559064851636&set=vb.1318800798260799&type=2&theater Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo MUSIC SNBRN - "Raindrops feat. Kerli" www.snbrn.com https://www.facebook.com/IAMSNBRN https://www.twitter.com/snbrnmusic https://www.instagram.com/snbrnmusic https://www.soundcloud.com/snbrn Buy on iTunes: smarturl.it/SNBRNRaindropsiTunes Buy on Beatport: smarturl.it/SNBRNRaindropsBP Kerli http://kerli.net www.fb.com/Keli https://twitter.com/kerlimusic https://instagram.com/bubblegothprincess Download and Stream the song iTunes: http://smarturl.it/SNBRN-Raindrop Spotify: http://spoti.fi/1FXKxrP HAIR & MAKEUP T. Justine Reilly @Tjustine http://tjustine.com/ ASSOCIATE PRODUCER Cathleen Cher http://strita.co https://www.soundcloud.com/cathleencher MODELS Savannah Winters (Ancient Egypt) @itssavannahwinters https://www.soundcloud.com/savannahvibez Sarah Portillo (Ancient Greece) @nocturnal_wonder / @Nocturnal_1der https://www.facebook.com/sportillo125 Hannah Jun (Han Dynasty) @hannahEjun Ryn Higgins (Italian Renaissance) @rynhiggs https://m.facebook.com/rynhiggsmodel Alyssa Noelle (Victorian England) @msalyssanoelle https://www.facebook.com/msalyssanoelle Anna Halberg (Roaring Twenties) @AnnaHalberg Sierra Santana (Golden Age Of Hollywood) @vivalasantana https://www.imdb.me/sierrasantana Mackenzie Stith (Swinging Sixties) Vine - MackenzieStith https://www.mackenziestith.com Laura James (Supermodel Era) @lauraellenjames Courtney Soldan-Els (Heroin Chic) @courtneywasall https://www.courtneysoldan-els.com Sydney Ladd (Postmodern Beauty) @sydneyladd GET MORE BUZZFEED: www.buzzfeed.com www.buzzfeed.com/video www.youtube.com/buzzfeedvideo www.youtube.com/buzzfeedyellow www.youtube.com/buzzfeedblue www.youtube.com/buzzfeedviolet www.youtube.com/buzzfeed BUZZFEED VIDEO BuzzFeed is the world's first true social news organization. Featuring tasty, short, fun, inspiring, funny, interesting videos from the BuzzFeed. /BuzzFeedVideo is BuzzFeed's original YouTube Channel, with a focus on producing great short-form BuzzFeed videos for YouTube (and the world!). BuzzFeed Video will entertain, educate, spark conversation, inspire and delight. Subscribe to BuzzFeedVideo today and check us out at http://buzzfeed.com
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Perks of Being a Model | Modeling
Hearing the call of the catwalk? You gotta work - do your homework! The Self-Made Model: Success Without Agencies: http://amzn.to/1VHJ8bs Picture Perfect Posing: Practicing the Art of Posing: http://amzn.to/1N2krnG The Business of Professional Modeling: http://amzn.to/1WQ75iZ The Professional's Guide to Modeling: http://amzn.to/1jeLGls Become a Successful Commercial Model: http://amzn.to/1OoNzY2 Watch more How to Be a Model videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/512638-Perks-of-Being-a-Model-Modeling Trudi: Hi. I'm Trudi Tapscott. Britt: And I'm Britt Bergmeister. Trudi: I think there are so many perks in modeling that, if you're actually modeling, you enjoy. If you enjoy travelling, you're going to travel a lot. If you like going to museums, you're going to see all the best museums in the world. You're going to have the opportunity to go to fun parties, to meet people that you'd never in a million years have the chance to meet. You might work with actors one day. Every day is different and you're meeting lots of different people in our industry. You might do a fashion show, and to get paid for the show, the trade is clothes. So, you might get clothes from a designer that you would never be able to afford. And when you're just starting modeling and clothes are really important, that's something great. You might do a job for a cosmetic company and they send you a package of goodies. You get a gift bag when you do something. There are all kinds of little things that happen throughout the course of modeling that obviously escalate the bigger you get. I think that those perks are really fun. Being exposed to the world in a way that you never would in your hometown, travelling, seeing different cultures, different people, that's a really exciting part of modeling. Britt: Yeah, definitely. I love travel, and to be able to see all the different cultures, I wouldn't be able to do that at 20 with any other job, so that's been really special. And to see behind the scenes how a photo shoot in a magazine, how that all came together. You're working with designers and you get to see their sketches, and then how the clothes, the whole collection transforms to the end, the runway show, that's something really special. When you read a magazine now, you'll say "Oh, okay. Yeah. The lighting does matter, where it's all positioned." And you understand how it's all coming together to create something so special like that. So, that's been really nice. Trudi: There's always events, there's always parties, there's designers and brands that have great things, and there's a big party. But, really, at the end of the day, the reason you're going to the party is business. So, what you wear matters, who you talk to matters. Britt: Networking. Trudi: It's all fun and networking. You're not really going there to relax like you would at your own birthday party. It's business. But it's still fun. Britt: Yeah.
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How to Model in Asia | Modeling
Hearing the call of the catwalk? You gotta work - do your homework! The Self-Made Model: Success Without Agencies: http://amzn.to/1VHJ8bs Picture Perfect Posing: Practicing the Art of Posing: http://amzn.to/1N2krnG The Business of Professional Modeling: http://amzn.to/1WQ75iZ The Professional's Guide to Modeling: http://amzn.to/1jeLGls Become a Successful Commercial Model: http://amzn.to/1OoNzY2 Watch more How to Be a Model videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/512605-How-to-Model-in-Asia-Modeling Asia is a great place for models to get a lot of experience. You work really hard, you shoot more pictures in a day than probably anywhere else in the world. You spend more time running around and seeing people. Tokyo for years was really the only place that people went in Asia in the beginning. It's a very safe place, they have drivers who drive you around, primarily because the language is absolutely so different. The letters are different, everything is different; you would never find your way around in any Asian country unless you were lucky enough to speak that language. So, it's very protected. You get a working contract, you have to make sure it's a good agency. But the good agencies work with a good contract, you go there for a period of time, you're kind of guaranteed how much work you're going to do and how much money you're going to make. So, traditionally that's how it works. The height requirements are different because the clothes they manufacture and they make are quite different. So, you can be, you know, five-nine, A girl that's five-eleven is too tall for that market. Sometimes someone who's five-eight can go there and just clean up and make a ton of money. They like smiley, Caucasian looking girls. They don't want anybody that's too distinctively different. They're sort of a perfect proportion to the face, perfect proportion to the body, good fit is really important. And Asia has opened up incredibly for all the right reasons. Now there is China; you can go to all different parts of Asia. You'd actually spend a nice time going from one country to another, and be in a culture that you would never, ever have the experience of living in. And it is much different and it's an incredible experience to spend time in those countries. That's sort of the beauty in modeling is that you get to enjoy places that you would never go to. But the requirements are stricter; you need to have a contract, you can't just go and show up in Shanghai without being invited. The two things that have changed over the last two years are they have a lot of magazines, there's a lot of beautiful editorial that's shot in Asia, some really wonderful photographers, cosmetics. It really has evolved into a market that really produces wonderful, wonderful work. So, it's a great place for beginners to go because you really learn the job of modeling, you learn how to act, how to shoot a lot of pictures in a day, and it's just a great place to get a lot of experience. And it's a protected place, so if you're with a good agency you'll be very well taken care of. All of those agencies have scouts in America. There's people that agencies in New York work with good agencies in Asia, so you get the right introduction. And the other great thing that's happened is that Asian models, they're sort of a transfer, where the world has become smaller, and there's more opportunities for all different types of ethnicities in our business, which is a great thing. We have more Asian models being more successful, not being blocked into one specific type of beauty. So, the same goes; the exchange of beauty is going between different areas of the world. Ad that's the best part of the business, opening up for everyone in Asia, is that it's offered better quality work.
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Editorial & Commercial Modeling Jobs | Modeling
Hearing the call of the catwalk? You gotta work - do your homework! The Self-Made Model: Success Without Agencies: http://amzn.to/1VHJ8bs Picture Perfect Posing: Practicing the Art of Posing: http://amzn.to/1N2krnG The Business of Professional Modeling: http://amzn.to/1WQ75iZ The Professional's Guide to Modeling: http://amzn.to/1jeLGls Become a Successful Commercial Model: http://amzn.to/1OoNzY2 Watch more How to Be a Model videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/512613-Editorial-and-Commercial-Modeling-Jobs-Modeling Hi. I'm Trudi Tapscott, and I want to explain a career in commercial modeling and a career in fashion. Editorial is kind of loosely only referenced to fashion. The truth is that they're completely different types of careers. There are models who work for commercial brands, like maybe a catalog, like Athletica, or there are a million catalogs these days that models work for and they're more on the commercial side. They're never going to work for a designer. They're not going to be in the Calvin Klein advertising. They're not going to walk in a Calvin Klein show. They're not going to work for "Vogue Magazine". But they're going to work for sort of these commercial clients and you might never know their name. But they work all the time and they make a lot of money. I think that fashion is great and you do make a lot of money. It's a longer road. It's a different kind of a road. "Commercial" is not a dirty word in the sense that because you look more like a lot of different people, therefore you become sort of nondescript. You're the blonde girl. You're the brunette girl they use. You're the girl that looks great in blue. You're the girl that looks great in black. There are categories for those things. In commercial modeling, maybe nobody knows your name but you can make a lot of money. So, the difference of the work is kind of the difference of the career. And commercial modeling goes on everywhere and that's the beauty of it, is that commercial modeling goes on in Los Angeles. It goes on in Chicago. It goes on in Dallas. There are commercial clients everywhere in the United States. They shoot everywhere in the United States. They might hire one principle person from New York, but they're shooting in Florida, so they might hire a bunch of models from Miami. So, commercial modeling, because it is more accessible, it goes on everywhere. And so that's the difference. I would say that editorial and fashion, you need to be in a market that caters to that. Those markets are very specific and they also are tailored around Show Week, where there's actually a Fashion Week where people are really looking at clothes from a fashion perspective. So, merchandising in a fashion store is much different than merchandising in a catalog company that's selling clothes online. Those are two totally different types of work, two different types of clients. The mentality of how they sell and what they sell are completely different. So, commercial modeling, the poses are different, the stance is different, showing the clothes is different than it is for fashion and that's the difference between the two.
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Local Modeling Height & Weight Rules | Modeling
Hearing the call of the catwalk? You gotta work - do your homework! The Self-Made Model: Success Without Agencies: http://amzn.to/1VHJ8bs Picture Perfect Posing: Practicing the Art of Posing: http://amzn.to/1N2krnG The Business of Professional Modeling: http://amzn.to/1WQ75iZ The Professional's Guide to Modeling: http://amzn.to/1jeLGls Become a Successful Commercial Model: http://amzn.to/1OoNzY2 Watch more How to Be a Model videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/512600-Local-Modeling-Height-and-Weight-Rules-Modeling Modeling in your local hometown or in a local market or regional market is a lot different than modeling in a big market like New York City. First of all, most of the time it's not full-time. It can be, but it's usually not a full-time job. And it's usually a place where you're learning, but the requirements are different to get a job. Clients in those markets that are paying you money really want you to know how to walk on a runway. They don't want first-timers. So, as you're learning how to do your job, you will find that sometimes being a little bit smaller is okay. You can get away with it at five-eight. Your requirements are not so tight. Clients are looking for different things in different markets wherever you go, and so if you're starting your first experience in a market like Birmingham, Alabama, let's say, it's a small town. Probably the jobs you're going to do are fashion shows in the mall. There are probably not very many magazines. You're going to work for newspapers, as opposed to magazines. The type of modeling you do is different, so the requirements are different. So, sometimes since you're modeling clothes that come from the department store, not necessarily do you need to be sample-sized, so that's a little bit different. Sometimes if you're too tall, if you're 6 feet in Birmingham, Alabama, you probably won't work, the same way that if you were coming to New York, that might be exactly what they're looking for. It is all determined on the market that you're in, if you are the right look for those clients. Somebody who doesn't work in Birmingham, Alabama because they're not right might be just the person that an agent in New York is looking for. So, it's a good place to start. It's a good learning ground. It's nice to make your mistakes and learn your job when not everybody is looking at you. So, if you're learning how to take pictures, I'm a big believer that learning in your hometown is a good place to start if you're not spending a lot of money. Sometimes, because a client would like you to know how to walk, you have to learn how to walk somewhere. If you're in New York City, your agents, the casting director, the designer, people will give you a chance to learn how to walk on a runway. In a local market, they want you to look like a pro from the second you start. So there, is a whole entire business that has been created in these smaller markets where you need to go to a modeling school and you need to learn how to walk, how to put on your own makeup. And that's not necessarily true. So, you don't need to spend a lot of money to learn how to do it, but you have to have some skills. It's the same thing that if you wanted to go and audition for a TV commercial, you would need to know how to feel comfortable in the environment going on a casting for a TV commercial. You need to know how that filming process works. Modeling is kind of the same way, but there has been a whole business created where people will ask you for money when you may never, ever work as a model. So, you need to know that you're actually going to work as a model, and then it's worth making an investment because you're making a business investment in yourself.
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Can Modeling Lead to Acting Work? | Modeling
Hearing the call of the catwalk? You gotta work - do your homework! The Self-Made Model: Success Without Agencies: http://amzn.to/1VHJ8bs Picture Perfect Posing: Practicing the Art of Posing: http://amzn.to/1N2krnG The Business of Professional Modeling: http://amzn.to/1WQ75iZ The Professional's Guide to Modeling: http://amzn.to/1jeLGls Become a Successful Commercial Model: http://amzn.to/1OoNzY2 Watch more How to Be a Model videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/512604-Can-Modeling-Lead-to-Acting-Work-Modeling I want to explain to you the difference between modeling and acting. But in some ways, I really think they're the same thing. I think that models are acting characters and acting throughout. I think they on to a casting. It's not necessarily how it would normally be in their living room. I think that there is an element of acting with modeling all the time in pictures, creating different characters, getting into different moods. It's a very mental experience in a lot of ways for most models. Acting as itself, in terms of just acting, is completely different. But even though there are some similarities, the time that it takes to learn each of those skills is different. So, if you want to be a model who is going to work every day in fashion and work for all different kinds of clients, and do the fashion shows, you don't necessarily have the time to go to acting class. You don't really have control of your schedule in a lot of ways. You could be enrolled in acting classes or working with an acting coach because you would like to work in film. But, to be committed to that, you need to be committed to that. In modeling you need to be committed to modeling. So, if someone calls you and says, "You need to get on a plane tonight. You're going to Paris," you can't say, "Well, I can't because I'm in acting class." And the same goes for your acting class. You can't say, "I can't do that workshop with my group because I have a modeling job." So, something is always going to suffer. I think it's very difficult to do both at the same time, but I do think there comes a point in modeling where you have time to sort of transition into acting. During the transition of that, you learn that they're actually two completely different things. The vulnerability that is required to be a great actor, the skill set is different. The ability to not be focused on yourself because you're working with another person, you're reading lines, you're creating a moment. There are lots of different things that go on in acting that don't happen in modeling, even though they seem sort of related in a way. It's a big commitment. It's a completely different commitment. Models do TV commercials for certain brands, but they're kind of modeling on TV. It's the same thing that they do for print, for a magazine or catalog. They're modeling for a picture, and usually fashion television just takes the same thing, and it's just animated. So, you're not really expanding your repertoire very much by doing fashion television commercials and even cosmetics. If you're doing makeup, you rarely talk. So, actually getting out of your own head and pursuing acting is really a different skill set, and it takes, in my opinion, to be great at it a 100 percent commitment. History has shown that very few models have gone onto to have creditable acting careers. So, there are some great examples of some people who have done it, or they modeled a minute and then they went into acting. But they're usually not that they're doing those two things at the same time, other than actresses who are in cosmetic campaigns. I think there are more actresses being models than there are models being actresses.
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Dive into a miniature world by watching an amazing compilation of dioramas being made! Roman Khramov is an artist from Saint Petersburg, Russia. He creates realistic dioramas and shares tutorials and other useful information about them on his YouTube channel. It's not his main job - it's his hobby, and in order not to spend too much time on his dioramas, Roman plans his ideas and thinks about the materials he will use in advance. For his dioramas, Roman uses Penoplex, real sand and dried tree bark, epoxy resin, silicone, and other materials, both ordinary ones and those bought from a special shop. A diorama is an easy way to build an exciting scene in a small space. Usually, it represents a historical period of time or a natural scene, and it creates a lot of space for creativity! Check out this amazing compilation that will impress you with its realism! TIMESTAMPS: 0:01 - A Diorama of a Medieval Castle: A Realistic Landscape; 3:32 - Creating A Realistic Lighthouse Inspired by the Real Tourlitis Lighthouse in Greece; 7:19 - Making Punaluu Beach to a Scale of 1:87. Via: https://www.instagram.com/minibricks.co/ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCns3a2oonTZv51d8NY57r7A Music by Epidemic Sound: https://www.epidemicsound.com/ ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to Now I've Seen Everything : https://goo.gl/xiBW7v Our Social Media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/seen.everything Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/now.ive.seen.everything ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- More articles: http://brightside.me
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HobbyZone: My New Workbench Setup
Old workbench tour: https://youtu.be/Q0d7sP1E2a0 http://www.hobbyzone.pl/ https://www.thescalemodeler.com/brand/157070/hobbyzone Links to the products i used bellow I Was not paid to say or do anything. These are my honest opinions uncensored. Want to support this channel, why not become a patron! And also get your chance at winning one of my finished builds: https://www.patreon.com/thescalemodelingchannel?ty=h Visit my webshop(for euopean vieuwers: https://www.thescalemodeler.com Or my Amazon Shop for US vieuwers: https://www.amazon.com/shop/thescalemodelingchannel My airbrushes and setup: 1BAR(20PSI) of air pressure through the gun. http://amzn.to/2xGv8JT http://amzn.to/2xHccdW I use a Eurotech 20A Aircompressor A Spray booth i recommend: http://amzn.to/2yp5T25 https://amzn.to/2J8l1n1 The booth i made myself: https://youtu.be/ezPDyMA9Q40 Zero paints store locator: http://www.zero-paints.com/Dealer_List.html Grey Primer: https://www.thescalemodeler.com/product/1518786/zp-3001-grey-primer-micro-filler-120ml Clear: https://www.thescalemodeler.com/product/1859321/zp-3035-2k-diamond-clearcoat-full-pack Colors: https://www.thescalemodeler.com/category/162378/kleur General Tools: http://amzn.to/2xGdDOB Tape: http://amzn.to/2xGHWQk http://amzn.to/2yplZZE http://amzn.to/2ypqUKa http://amzn.to/2yp9IEH Tape with plastic sheet: http://amzn.to/2hIy82f Knife: http://amzn.to/2xGMvz4 http://amzn.to/2ypq3sT http://amzn.to/2yxGC6J Tamiya Weathering Set: http://amzn.to/2Aj0n07 Cutter: http://amzn.to/2xHd6qQ Cutting Mat: http://amzn.to/2znJ0dT Clearparts glue: http://amzn.to/2EQMTyt CA Gleu: http://amzn.to/2zb0jhg Plastic Cement: http://amzn.to/2za8KJX Respirator: http://amzn.to/2yn8rfA Gloves:http://amzn.to/2ypuTqd Tweezer: http://amzn.to/2hIxj9F Brushes: http://amzn.to/2xG77r3 Decals Solutions: http://amzn.to/2ylIPzQ http://amzn.to/2ypuRP7 Panelline scriber: http://amzn.to/2hGDElS http://amzn.to/2gXsrOl Permanent markers: http://amzn.to/2zptYoa http://amzn.to/2z8WREd http://amzn.to/2zFEgjS Sanding sponges: http://amzn.to/2xGMKtY Spray stand: http://amzn.to/2z9Y2D9 Parts holders: http://amzn.to/2ypbjtT Panelline accent color: http://amzn.to/2xGB7OA BMF: http://amzn.to/2EYoP8k Proxxon Micromot 50E: https://amzn.to/2H4D7cw https://amzn.to/2HemhFE https://amzn.to/2uNDGlQ Hand Drill/Pin vice: https://amzn.to/2IwW58I Hole Punch: https://amzn.to/2ELyvTk https://amzn.to/2IQJMEf https://amzn.to/2EOL944 https://amzn.to/2GYgbwa Camera Gear: GoPro: http://amzn.to/2DDfRgz Head Strap: http://amzn.to/2DHiiio Links https://www.thescalemodeler.com/brand/142209/plamoz https://plamoz.com/ https://www.scalemotorsport.com/ https://www.facebook.com/yellowhouseclub https://www.uscp-ua.com Check out Scaled world and get your builds featured! http://scaledworld.net/ https://www.facebook.com/scaledworld/ In my videos I'm showing all sorts of tips and trick about model car building. I do tutorials( how to's ),model kit builds,unboxing reviews and all sorts of other scale model related stuff. If you have any suggestions or questions at all just post a comment or email me at [email protected] Also don't forget to like us on Facebook for project updates and news. www.facebook.com/thescalemodelingchannel Music copyright ® by YouTube Audio Library We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites
Exposing Sarah Mcdaniel & Bright Ocular
Thank you for watching ! Choker I'm wearing: https://alienmoe.storenvy.com Bright ocular damage: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=bright+ocular+damage Sarah Mcdaniel receipts: PULL thread Sorry for the reupload , I guess 'someone' was trying to silence me. MY LINKS: ♡ My Shop: http://alienmoe.storenvy.com ♡ My Art Shop: http://sherliza.storenvy.com ♡ My Ig: https://www.instagram.com/michellemoe/ ♡ My Tumblr: http://michellemoe.tumblr.com I recently got a P.O. Box !! If you want to send me some stuff + see me opening it in a video: Michelle Moé P.O. Box 0001 1193 Vienna Austria My p.o.box technically only receives letters so if your planning to send me a package please E-Mail me for my other address .💕 Email: [email protected]
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A Female Artist's Foray into Male Modeling | TIME
Casey Legler is an artist, a former Olympic swimmer and now a male model. She describes her entry into the fashion world and why the industry is allowing for a unique moment to happen Subscribe to TIME ►► http://po.st/SubscribeTIME Get closer to the world of entertainment and celebrity news as TIME gives you access and insight on the people who make what you watch, read and share. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2EFFA5DB900C633F Money helps you learn how to spend and invest your money. Find advice and guidance you can count on from how to negotiate, how to save and everything in between. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYOGLpQQfhNKdqS_Wccs94rMHiajrRr4W Find out more about the latest developments in science and technology as TIME’s access brings you to the ideas and people changing our world. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYOGLpQQfhNIzsgcwqhT6ctKOfHfyuaL3 Let TIME show you everything you need to know about drones, autonomous cars, smart devices and the latest inventions which are shaping industries and our way of living https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL2862F811BE8F5623 Stay up to date on breaking news from around the world through TIME’s trusted reporting, insight and access https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYOGLpQQfhNJeIsW3A2d5Bs22Wc3PHma6 CONNECT WITH TIME Web: http://time.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/TIME Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/time Google+: https://plus.google.com/+TIME/videos Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/time/?hl=en Magazine: http://time.com/magazine/ Newsletter: time.com/newsletter ABOUT TIME TIME brings unparalleled insight, access and authority to the news. A 24/7 news publication with nearly a century of experience, TIME’s coverage shapes how we understand our world. Subscribe for daily news, interviews, science, technology, politics, health, entertainment, and business updates, as well as exclusive videos from TIME’s Person of the Year, TIME 100 and more created by TIME’s acclaimed writers, producers and editors. A Female Artist's Foray into Male Modeling | TIME https://www.youtube.com/user/TimeMagazine
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Jessica Stauber / Model-Video / The Art of Photography
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Learn Colors with Play Doh Modelling Clay Ice Cream Popsicle and Cookie Molds Zuru 5 Surprise Toys
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Raven Kitty Taylor Modeling 2013
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Wannabe social media model teen treats store employees poorly | What Would You Do? | WWYD
A rude teen treats clothing store employees terribly because her mom is spending "a lot of money" there. She bosses the sales woman around. What would you do? WATCH FULL EPISODES OF WWYD: https://abc.go.com/shows/what-would-you-do -- Watch brand new WWYD episodes on Friday at 9PM on ABC! ►https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SUlwc... Subscribe to WWYD ► http://bit.ly/WWYDSubs Check out some of the Best WWYD? Episodes ► https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Htytu... Follow What Would You Do? across the web! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/wwyd Twitter: https://twitter.com/WWYDABC Instagram: https://instagram.com/wwydabc/ What would you do when you think no one is watching? What Would You Do? (WWYD?) explores the varying answers with the help of hidden cameras capturing individuals who have been placed within seemingly everyday situation that quickly go ary. The individuals on this hidden camera show are forced to make tough calls when directly faced with situations of racism, violence, hate crimes, and other hot button cultural issues. Catch John Quinones reporting on these individuals as they make split-second decisions to intervene or mind their own business. WWYD? airs Friday nights at 9|8c on ABC. What Would You Do? (WWYD) is a hidden camera show, hosted by ABC News correspondent John Quinones, in which unknowing bystanders are placed in uncomfortable, and often compromising real world scenarios in public. WWYD’s hidden cameras focus on the average person’s responses and reactions to these issues of social responsibility. Topics such as gay couples being affectionate in public, date rape, racism and racial profiling, interracial couples, abusive parents, drunk driving, and harassment of the homeless are touched upon in this series. What will you do? Would you choose to intervene in these situations? Watch and join the discussion.
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Top 10 Modeling Tools – for Polymer Clay
FAMOUS MEMES explained with CLAY & CARDBOARD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUqopqQA_mk --~-- I'm counting down my pick for the top 10 modeling tools for polymer clay OF ALL TIME!! You asked me to make a video on the tools which I am using for my DIY sculpey tutorials. Weather you are creating a miniature doll or your own sculpey, these crafting tools will help you. Most of these tools can be seen in my tutorials as well :) Here are the links if you want to buy any of these craft tools for your own professional creations: 10th place: Pricking Tool http://amzn.to/298pS5s 9th place: Cutting Tool http://amzn.to/298pxzF 8th place: Curved Edge Tool http://amzn.to/298pSlX 7th place: Rolling Pin http://amzn.to/298pAeX 6th place: Big Blade http://amzn.to/298qrMu 5th place: Aluminum Wire http://amzn.to/298qEzk 4th place: Scalpel http://amzn.to/298qLL9 3rd place: Ball Stylus aka Eye Making Tool http://amzn.to/29ldtQO 2nd place: Clay Shaper http://amzn.to/29ldN2b 1st place: sorry not for sale! But I guess you already own it :) Let me know what you think of this top 10 of modeling tools. What are your picks for the best modeling tools for polymer clay? - - - More ways to follow ClayClaim: Instagram ▸ https://www.instagram.com/clayclaim/ Facebook ▸ https://www.facebook.com/clayclaim Twitter ▸ https://twitter.com/ClayClaim Etsy ▸ coming soon :)
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Sculpting MONSTER CLAY - This stuff is Epic!!
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How to Do Modeling Poses | Modeling
Hearing the call of the catwalk? You gotta work - do your homework! The Self-Made Model: Success Without Agencies: http://amzn.to/1VHJ8bs Picture Perfect Posing: Practicing the Art of Posing: http://amzn.to/1N2krnG The Business of Professional Modeling: http://amzn.to/1WQ75iZ The Professional's Guide to Modeling: http://amzn.to/1jeLGls Become a Successful Commercial Model: http://amzn.to/1OoNzY2 Watch more How to Be a Model videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/512630-How-to-Do-Modeling-Poses-Modeling Hi I'm Trudy Tapscott. And I'm Britt Bergmeister. Modeling in the beginning when you get in front of the camera can be very nerve-wracking, and I think that, you see pictures of models and they look very comfortable and it's all easy and breezy, and it look's like anybody could do it. Here's the thing. The first questions are always, what do I do with my hands? What am I supposed to do with my arms? How should my legs be? And this is where if your practicing, you understand how it feels. If you're standing like this, and every limb of your body is stiff, it's going to look stiff. If you have a lot of pressure on your hand, if you're leaning in, and if you're really putting the pressure. Everything is very gentle and very light, and you're not actually putting the weight where you think you're putting the weight on your hand or on your feet. It's kind of an oddity, but I think that when the first time you get in front of a background like what is behind us and a photographer says, okay, do something. If you've never modeled or never practiced, you're going to freeze, it's like I have no idea. So that's why when you're testing, that's why you're learning your job when you're testing, and you're working with photographers who are sometimes learning their job too, they're practicing lighting, it's a collaboration. But you're actually learning what to do in front of the camera. And I think hands and head, like where you put your head, and what to do with your feet. Everything that is an extension of you, you have to learn what to do with it in front of a camera. Was that the hardest thing for you? Yeah, definitely, I didn't even think of that for hands, it's a huge thing. If you're shooting in a background like this, the way you position your hands makes such a difference. It has to be very soft, that took me a long time to learn. You think it's just your face and your body, no, they can see your hands if they look stiff or tough, so you really have to model from your head to the tip of your toes, and know your angles, and I think another thing for me, I learned to give your photographer as many options as he can. If you go crazy, move, dance around, he'll capture a special moment. It's better to give him more options and have him tell you to hold back a bit than to just be cautious, so go full forward, practice beforehand, it's helpful to know which angles work better for you. Know your body, if you have bigger hips or bigger legs, position it in a way that you know will hopefully look the best and just know that the camera sees everything, so try to position it in a way that looks most natural and you may not feel natural, but I think that's yeah. I think it's the freedom, the energy of the freedom. If someone says, you can be very shy, and someone says dance, and you're like oh my god. So if you practice dancing and you have a good time, because a great image is not necessarily what you think it is. It's exactly what Britt said in terms of it might feel a bit uncomfortable, and that's the picture is the picture of the whole day. So I think it's about allowing yourself to not worry about the end result of the picture. Let the photographer worry about the end result of the picture. Your job is to do exactly what Britt said, which is to give as much as you can, sometimes a little bit over the top, and let the photographer tell you to tone it down a bit, but you don't have to worry about whether they get the shot or not, and that sometimes, that pressure of worrying about that is what causes you to be stiff in front of the camera, so if you don't worry about that and you let the photographer, who is looking at you and sees you in a different way than you how you see yourself, if you let that happen and unfold naturally, you're going to get better results. You're going to have better pictures.
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Aquaman Sculpture Timelapse - Aquaman
Timelapse sculpting a mini bust of Jason Momoa as Aquaman. Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SculpturePropArt Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StevenRichterArt Website: http://www.steverichter.org/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/richter_steven/ Monster Clay: https://amzn.to/2UftQVC Rebound 25 Silicone: https://amzn.to/2HFJtje Colormatch 325 Resin: https://amzn.to/2ut4DbJ Song: Thud - John Deley and the 41 Players #Aquaman #Jasonmomoa #justiceleague
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The Try Guys Get Photoshopped With Men's Ideal Body Types
The Try Guys recreate famous photos of male celebrities and are photoshopped with their ideal body types. Check out more awesome videos at BuzzFeedVideo! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo MUSIC Big Bad Wolf Licensed via Warner Chappell Production Music Inc. Made by BFMP www.buzzfeed.com/videoteam + Photo Retoucher - Evan Robert Trusewicz @stillwilderness http://www.evantr.us/ + Makeup Artist - Joshua Masuda @makeupbyjoshk + Hairstylist - Yuichi Ishida @Yuichi0503 + BuzzFeed Senior Staff Photographer - Macey J. Foronda @maceyjforonda GET MORE BUZZFEED: www.buzzfeed.com/videoteam www.facebook.com/buzzfeedvideo www.instagram.com/buzzfeedvideo www.buzzfeed.com/video www.youtube.com/buzzfeedvideo www.youtube.com/buzzfeedyellow www.youtube.com/buzzfeedblue www.youtube.com/buzzfeedviolet BUZZFEED VIDEO BuzzFeed Motion Picture’s flagship channel. Sometimes funny, sometimes serious, always shareable. New videos posted daily! Subscribe to BuzzFeedVideo today! http://bit.ly/YTbuzzfeedvideo
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Tattoo Shop/Model/Ink Promo Video
I was given the opportunity to make a video for a small time tattoo magazine, and of course I ran with it! This is part 1 of 2. We'll see an artist in his element in the next video. I always enjoy learning and filming new subjects. I'm thankful for the opportunity and experience. S/O to Kiarra and Joey for making this possible!
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Watch This 1980s Supermodel’s Spectacular Age-Defying Beauty Routine | Beauty Secrets | Vogue
Iconic ’80s supermodel Joan Severance has her jaw-dropping beauty routine down to an art, from a masterful skin-care prep to an arsenal of tiny, sleight of hand makeup tricks that camouflage any traces of the vitiligo she’s been living with since childhood. The result? A five-minute regimen that enhances what she’s got—while magically turning back the clock. Freeman Cucumber Facial Peel-Off Mask, $4 http://www.ulta.com/cucumber-facial-peel-off-mask?productId=prod5021806 Mario Badescu Enzyme Cleansing Gel, $14 http://m.shop.nordstrom.com/s/mario-badescu-enzyme-cleansing-gel/2920704 Mario Badescu Rosewater Spray, $7 http://m.shop.nordstrom.com/s/mario-badescu-facial-spray-with-aloe-herbs-rosewater/2920703 Mario Badescu Peptide Renewal, $35 http://m.shop.nordstrom.com/s/mario-badescu-peptide-renewal-cream/3546931?cm_mmc=google-_-productads-_-Women%3ASkin_BodyTreatment%3AMoisturizer-_-927808&rkg_id=h-80cf42316a17336e24c3b0a6a4e843a0_t-1493126204&adpos=1o1&creative=145518892489&device=m&network=g&gclid=CJjf88fYv9MCFY6Kswod4bIPkg Vitamin D-3 Drops, $9 http://www.drclarkstore.com/vitamin-d3-1000-iu-1-fl-oz/ MAC Half Red Lip Pencil, $18 http://m.maccosmetics.com/product/13852/340/Products/Makeup/Lips/Lip-Pencil/Lip-Pencil#/shade/Half-Red L’Oréal Voluminous Mascara in Black, $8 http://www.ulta.com/voluminous-carbon-black-volume-building-mascara?productId=xlsImpprod560090 Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz in Taupe, $21 http://m.sephora.com/product/P202633?preferedSku=1056092&om_mmc=ppc-GG_192090639_15347177559_aud-290129071147:pla-81635822079_1056092_49113167319_1023191_m&country_switch=us&lang=en&gclid=CJeqrNPZv9MCFRNWDQodGSgCXw&gclsrc=aw.ds DermaQuest Pressed Mineral Powder, $46 https://m.skincarerx.com/dermaquest-skin-therapy-buildable-coverage-pressed-powder-spf-15-3n/11379592.html NARS Bronzing Powder in Laguna, $40 http://m.sephora.com/product/P12790?preferedSku=537878&om_mmc=ppc-GG_381463959_27499876239_aud-211856959957:pla-178165971399_537878_97594835319_1023191_m&country_switch=us&lang=en&gclid=CI6lyvvav9MCFQ9LDQodGtwNfA&gclsrc=aw.ds Zulu Luxe Concealer, $15 https://www.vitaminshoppe.com/p/cream-concealer-c-7-0-21-fl-oz/zuz1080?mr:trackingCode=06EDCF4B-EB4B-E611-80EF-00505694403D&mr:referralID=NA&sourceType=sc&source=SHOP&acqsource=adlucent&utm_source=Shopping&utm_medium=CSE&utm_campaign=Zuzu+Luxe&utm_content=ZUZ1080&gclid=CIjb6fnbv9MCFctWDQodj3UOfQ Still haven’t subscribed to Vogue on YouTube? ►► http://bit.ly/vogueyoutubesub ABOUT VOGUE Vogue is the authority on fashion news, culture trends, beauty coverage, videos, celebrity style, and fashion week updates. Watch This 1980s Supermodel’s Spectacular Age-Defying Beauty Routine | Beauty Secrets | Vogue
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Making the Volcano (Fortnite Battle Royale) – Polymer Clay
FAMOUS MEMES explained with CLAY & CARDBOARD https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUqopqQA_mk --~-- Massive 4-lbs of #polymerclay: we are building this huge Volcano from #FortniteSeason8 ! Let's see if I got all the details right?! 😄 Volcano, Tomato Temple, Buildings from Sunny Steps, the wrecked tower aaand the Ice Cream Truck! And also participate in the #lavachallenge in the video, otherwise… well it's lava, be careful! ----------------------------------------------------------- LINKS: Tomato Head Crown ▸ https://youtu.be/sVMPWXAumN0 Paradise Palms ▸ https://youtu.be/ht9y3zQg36g Peely ▸ https://youtu.be/pXwgbefv6F8 ----------------------------------------------------------- More ways to follow me: Instagram ▸ https://www.instagram.com/clayclaim/ Facebook ▸ https://www.facebook.com/clayclaim Twitter ▸ https://twitter.com/ClayClaim Online Shop ▸ https://clayclaim.com
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DIY Play Doh Glitter Disney Princess Dresses Magiclip Modeling Clay for Kids Elsa, Ariel
♥Learn how to make Glitter Play-Doh dresses for Disney Princesses Magiclips. DIY How to make Sparkle Disney Princess Dresses!♥ DIY Play Doh Glitter Disney Princess Dresses Magiclip Modeling Clay for Kids Elsa, Ariel Magiclip Super Sparkle Glitter Play Doh Dresses. Modelling Clay Learn Colors. Fun and Creative Play Doh Videos! Clay Modeling for children. Subscribe to our ♥awesome♥ channel here: https://www.youtube.com/toyboxmagic #playdoh #modelingclay #modellingclay #disneyprincess #disney #magiclip #princessdresses #magiclipdresses #princessplaydoh #sparkleplaydoh #glitterclay #frozenelsa For other fun videos, here are some playlists: Learn Colors Videos for Children https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzjgE8nZFOf28IcTn9G3c-NjtRM-8Ylzz Modeling Clay for Kids https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzjgE8nZFOf2xwZE1jUTGUpdFMcuJxfJ6 Play Doh Egg Videos for Children https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzjgE8nZFOf0dR-t3sfmB7qamcp-rCi5J Nesting Dolls Videos https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzjgE8nZFOf14BdtplixwIg1aGLjdA_8f Candy Reviews https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzjgE8nZFOf1bt_mKz0XEZsOqthoFi5yf Shopkins https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzjgE8nZFOf3aNyL-u7IBzWM1jOSFEBz_ Kids Challenge Videos https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzjgE8nZFOf0kg_dFh-BQhXqMnD11Pg04 Kinetic Sand https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLzjgE8nZFOf2UAR8A51r5PL1nvXIkyCUu Music Courtesy of YouTube Library: Carefree by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400037 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ Life of Riley by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1400054 Artist: http://incompetech.com/ www.bensound.com Sound effects by: www.freesound.org Music From YouTube Audio Library Music from: www.bensound.com
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Astronaut Artwork | Adobe illustrator & Photoshop
Find Out More at : http://sasi-kumar.com Download Vector Version Here : https://digitalartcreation.shop/products/vector-astronaut-artwork NEW MERCH HERE : https://digitalartcreation.shop/ In this speed art video I show how to make a cool Space astronaut who is taking a selfie while space skating Artwork in adobe illustrator from f idea scribble to final touch up blending , color & lighting adjustment in adobe Photoshop. Want to support my Channel ? Buy Merchant from VECTOR version of This Artwork T-shirt : https://digitalartcreation.shop/collections/t-shirt/products/space-selfie-short-sleeve-unisex-t-shirt I-phone Case:https://digitalartcreation.shop/collections/new-products/products/iphone-case-8
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Model Car Show! - The 26th GSL Scale Auto Championship
Perhaps the most competitive scale auto contest is held in Salt Lake City every 2 years. Attracting model car builders from all over the world, many of these autos are scratch built. and many are detailed kits and modified kits. This year custom car builder Darrel Starbird showed up!. ******************************************************************* From the web site: The GSL Championship was started in 1979 to provide an hospitable venue for professional-quality builders, of all ages, to compete where basic and advanced craftsmanship, innovation, and risk-taking are rewarded, respected and celebrated and where the friendly exchange of modeling information, ideas and techniques are encouraged. Additionally, attendees can enjoy and learn from a wide range of seminars, evening discussions , a day of tours of the International Model Car Builders’ Museum, the Museum-benefit Auction, and the Trade Show. Since the start of this now world-renowned competition, we’ve welcomed thousands of competitors from around the globe, drawing competitors from North and South America, Mexico, and Europe. Widely recognized as the arena for pleasant but stringent competition, GSL also presents three days of instructional seminars, a tour of the International Model Car Museum, a Museum-benefit auction and 4 days of convivial fun. The Twenty-Sixth GSL International Scale Vehicle Championship and Convention was held April 27-30, 2017 in the latest series of tremendously successful competitive events. Check out the GSL Handbook, the GSL Schedule, and the Sponsors’ List. We also have uploaded here the Program for the Sunday morning Breakfast Awards Ceremony. Darryl and Donna Starbird were out special guests; Darryl described his nearly decade-long involvement with Monogram Models. The Judges (Randy Derr, Mark S. Gustavson and Bob Wick) all noticed the continuing acceleration of skill and high-levels of craftsmanship, as well as the emergence of motorcycles and large trucks as top competitors for the Master Awards. ******************************************************************* See more at: http://oscaleguys.com/oscaleguys.html http://guyshobbyshop.com/ http://www.gslchampionship.org/ http://www.darrylstarbird.com/ -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "The Trains of Santa Cruz California" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nv0S8Sa18mY -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Simple grungy texture using gesso "The journey" mixed media art Sunday Inspiration 4-14-19
Description on products used and links: https://www.shawnpetite.com/2019/04/14/texture-with-gesso-mixed-media-the-journey-sunday-inspiration-4-14-19/ ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ My stencils: https://shop.shawnpetite.com/stencils-c14287046 My shop https://shop.shawnpetite.com/ My facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/shawnpetiteinc/ Instagram @artgirl38 ******************************************** Come join the conversation in the Creative Souls café facebook page, live videos, paint the quote challenge, project discussions and encouragement in your creative journey : https://www.facebook.com/groups/1490952484319592/ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ~~~Subscribe on the website and get 20% off your first purchase, plus access to the the subscriber only Resource library, that has weekly free videos, collage element and lots of goodies. You can subscribe HERE: https://shawnpetite.lpages.co/subscriber-sign-up/ Weekly videos - Wednesday’s Creative team, Thursday Crash the Stash, Sunday Inspiration
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Thanos Sculpture Timelapse - Avengers: Infinity War
Timelapse sculpting a mini bust of Thanos from Avengers: Infinity War Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SculpturePropArt Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StevenRichterArt Website: http://www.steverichter.org/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/richter_steven/ Monster Clay: https://amzn.to/2UftQVC Rebound 25 Silicone: https://amzn.to/2HFJtje Colormatch 325 Resin: https://amzn.to/2ut4DbJ Song: Inescapable - Ugonna Onyekwe - Youtube Audio Library #thanos #infinitywar #avengers
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HERO Magazine #6: Colton Haynes
Model turned actor Colton Haynes graces the cover of Hero Magazine's latest issue. The Teen Wolf star poses in a jaded teenager themed editorial with fellow models RJ King, Bradley Soileau, and Justin Barnhill shot by Danielle Levitt styled by Andrew Davis. The boys are decked out in spring's boldly printed pieces ranging from D&G, Prada, and Karmakula, running around town while looking for something fun to do (or break). James West and Fabien Kruszelnicki art direct a video preview of the story shown exclusively here on models.com.
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Luminous Magazine #12 The art of presentation
This issue of Luminous encourages you to change your perspective by having a behind-the-scenes look at the work of design professionals, researchers, artists and educators. We invite you to explore the human story behind the transformation of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, a collaboration between multiple teams of architects, lighting designers, engineers and equipment producers. We also report on the results of Russell Foster discovering the "third receptor", Derek Porter, director of the MFA in lighting design at Parsons The New School of Design and the collaborative efforts of artists and students in France and Germany. Read complete issue on www.philips.com/luminous
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Gothic and Haunting. Art models in motion. Thrjar by Natalia Drepina
Get your free issue of Model Society Magazine: https://modelsocietymagazine.com/free Model Society Academy: https://modelsocietymagazine.com/how-to-work-with-models Natalia Drepina offers us more than 20 pages of gothic and haunting images. Through poems and art she reveals loneliness and desolation as profoundly beautiful. Natalia imbues her work with a unique atmosphere that is raw and deeply emotional. https://modelsocietymagazine.com
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Go Watch My EPIC POLYMER CLAY ART CHALLENGE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EaSSg4LUsVI Scribblefix: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLRuzMzMHG3ro1I0uo-ui6g NerdECrafter: https://www.youtube.com/user/NerdyCraftsies/search?query=polymer JazzAxe Clay Model: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-_U84eCP6w ➨ Get my APP, Courses, eBooks, Brushes and more: http://www.jazzastudios.com/Shop.php ➨ MERCH - Shirts, Hoodies and more: http://jazzastudios.com/Links/shirts.php ➨ ART PRINTS and POSTERS: http://jazzastudios.com/Links/prints.php -------------------------------- MORE OF ME! - Follow/Sub ↴ -------------------------------- ▶ DAILY VLOG: https://www.youtube.com/dailyjazza ▶ Instagram+IGTV: https://instagram.com/DrawWithJazza ▶ Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/DrawWithJazza ▶ Twitter: @JosiahBrooks (https://twitter.com/JosiahBrooks) ▶ Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Josiah.Jazza.Brooks -------------------------------- Music by Epidemic Sound (http://www.epidemicsound.com)
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Sculpting Drogon from Game of Thrones
Today I will sculpt head of the Drogon - a dragon from Game of Thrones. Drogon is Daenerys Targaryen main dragon. He have two brothers Rhaegal and Viserion, he is the biggest of all three dragons. I sculpt it with oven bake color polymer clay. By following the steps in this video you can create your own Drogon. Watch season 7 with HBO on amazon (7-day free trial): ►http://amzn.to/2wlHFmE Listen to Game of Thrones audiobooks (First two audiobooks are free): ►http://amzn.to/2wfAqP3 Leave a like if you enjoyed this speed sculpting video. About channel: I'm a sculptor artist and on my channel you can watch polymer clay tutorials/speed sculpting videos of characters from popular games, movies and tv serials. On my website from time to time I do reviews of best tools, clays and other materials for sculpting traditionally. Subscribe and tick the notification bell (🔔) to see more my videos and get updates about new ones. Buy clay and tools: ►https://www.amazon.com/shop/lorechirik Follow me on Social Media: Instagram► https://goo.gl/C7o7KI Twitter► https://goo.gl/wAQDPM Facebook► https://goo.gl/byneQB My website/Contact/Blog►https://www.lorechirik.com Check out my other sculpting videos / polymer clay tutorials: ►https://goo.gl/z8h7ck ❤Help translate the video ! If you understand English and you are a native speaker of any other language than English you can help translate my titles, descriptions and subtitles. You can do it here: ►https://goo.gl/TN3Yzs Thanks a lot:)
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Bill the Bleak (The dying art of Modeling)
Bill, the owner of North Central Hobby, an old school hobby shop in Overland Missouri, was kind enough to sit down with us and share over 30 years of insight, ingenuity, and downright brilliance. He touches on RC cars, slot cars, model rockets/planes and gets into the darker parts of the hobby as well. He shares how he saved his store with a gamble during the recession, and is even so kind as to share the one secret that it takes to create a successful business. This is a heavy episode and we are beyond excited to be bringing it to your ear holes. As always like, comment,and subscribe. Follow us on twitter and like us on Facebook.   Website: http://entertainthegeeky.com/ Facebook: www.facebook.com/entertainmentgeeky/ Twitter: @entertaingeeky Youtube: www.youtube.com/channel/UCO9BgouP-7uvEAula3vKB4A Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/entertainthegeeky/?hl=en   Sponsors:https://heroicgearstore.com/
Take the perfect model photos of yourself with this handbook. Subscribe to Elite Model Look International for model diaries, competition news & beauty & fashion tips: http://bit.ly/EMLInt APPLY NOW for Elite Model Look 2017 on http://bit.ly/ApplyNow2017 ------------------------------------ Stay connected with Elite Model Look: Facebook: http://bit.ly/EMLfacebook Twitter: https://twitter.com/EML_Int EliteModelLook.com : http://www.elitemodellook.com/ Instagram: http://bit.ly/EMLinsta Flipboard: http://flip.it/BSCjZ
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How to Find a Modeling Agency for Kids | Modeling
Hearing the call of the catwalk? You gotta work - do your homework! The Self-Made Model: Success Without Agencies: http://amzn.to/1VHJ8bs Picture Perfect Posing: Practicing the Art of Posing: http://amzn.to/1N2krnG The Business of Professional Modeling: http://amzn.to/1WQ75iZ The Professional's Guide to Modeling: http://amzn.to/1jeLGls Become a Successful Commercial Model: http://amzn.to/1OoNzY2 Watch more How to Be a Model videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/512614-How-to-Find-a-Modeling-Agency-for-Kids-Modeling Hi. My name is Trudi Tapscott, and I think that every parent, at some point, is curious about getting their kid into modeling. And by kid, I refer to children under the age of 12. And even newborns. People send pictures. They want their baby to be a model, or do modeling. I encourage everyone to have their moral code, and my moral code is, I wouldn't encourage your children to be in a business where their complete focus is on their exterior. For me, personally, I don't represent children models. I've never worked in a kids modeling agency. It's not just how a kid looks. It's really whether that kid can adapt and be safe in that world and not completely focus on getting their picture taken and all of those things. So, it's a different kind of a thing. Kids are pretty impressionable. So, for me, I never really was interested in working in that area of the business. I will say that for parents that want to get their kids into modeling, like everything, get a great agent. But you need to be near a market, and you're the full-time person there. They obviously don't go to anything by themselves; you have to drive them everywhere. You go on a lot of auditions to get a job. It's a lot of work. Nobody advances you any money for your kid to be a model, so it's much different than the adult business. And so parents usually become the driving force for their children in being child models. And if you're a successful child model, they go by sizes, so usually a kid that's small for their age works more as a model, so it's the opposite of the adult business. If a client books babies, they book maybe eight babies on that day because you never know who's going to be in a good mood. So, you don't know if your kid is going to be the one that gets it. You go to all the trouble and take everything and you go there and your baby that day is in a bad mood, or is teething, or whatever. There's a million different things that happen that a director or photographer have to keep in mind with children. And you have to keep your children occupied. They don't necessarily know that they're working, so it's a working thing. There are some excellent kid's agents in Los Angeles and in New York, and I think that if you don't live in a huge city, you're not going to get huge rewards from children modeling in the business. The big jobs, the things that matter, all happen in big cities. So proceed with caution, I would say. You're obviously concerned about your child and their welfare. If they're not responding or adapting well, if they don't feel comfortable, if you're the one dragging them, if they're not excited to do it, then maybe wait, or don't do it at all. Maybe it's not their thing, but proceed with caution. You can see very early on whether it's something that they're really enjoying and having a good time, and that's the most important thing.
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Scale Modeling in Metal 1/10 Scale Cars made of Aluminum cans
Meet Sandy Sanderson from New Zealand. Needing something to keep himself occupied after breaking his wrist in a motorcycle accident, he started building amazing model cars from discarded aluminum cans. His incredibly intricate work Sandy's something of a renaissance man; draftsman, guitar player, teacher, motorcyclist, instrument maker and model builder. When he was in a motorcycle accident which shattered his wrist and put him out of action for a while, he needed something to do. While finishing a canned beverage he thought of model airplanes he'd seen made from cans and thought why not make cars out of the same material? And thus was born the CanCar. The "Coriba Climax" is his first effort and while impressive in its own right you see the cars keep getting more and more technically detailed with each successive build. Very cool hobby Mr. Sanderson Although these are not models of some real cars, the size of them would put them at about 1:10 scale.
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Elevate: The Rebirth Issue, Vol. 22 - CHAOS Magazine
Elevate See the full fashion editorial via CHAOS Magazine www.chaos-mag.com If you like this video please "like" and subscribe! Thank you! Photographer/Art Director: IRVIN RIVERA / www.graphicsmetropolis.com Model: ERIKA LINDER @ NEXT MODELS LA Styling: JOEY THAO / www.joeythao.com Hair + Make-up: ADA TRINH / www.adamua.com Photography Assistants: DARWIN ABAD, BENJAMIN KUI Production Assistants: TY CHEN, RODELL OCAMPO Styling Assistant: MINDY WEINZAPFEL
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I Shoot People!  Images from my Photography Portfolio - Joe Edelman
A video slideshow of some my favorite images of models from my portfolio. MY MISSION: To help photographers develop a solid understanding of the “How’s and Why’s” behind making consistently great photographs. – – Joe Edelman I am an award winning advertising and editorial photographer, author, educator and YES – that crazy PHOTO Joe Edelman on YouTube! I take great pride in sharing my knowledge via my popular YouTube Channel: Photo Joe Edelman – recognized by YouTube as one of the fastest rising channels of 2016. My career has spanned four decades, from my start as a newspaper photojournalist to my work photographing all types of people for commercial clients such as magazines, colleges, corporations and advertising agencies. I have received both state and national awards for fashion photography as well as photojournalism in the categories of News, Feature and Sports photography. My primary target – beautiful people! I am best known for my photographs of beautiful women. Check out my portfolio here. My work has been published in magazines like Maxim, Cosmopolitan, Get Fit and Shape to name but a few. I have been called upon to complete assignments for both the New York Times and The Los Angeles Times and I have serviced commercial advertising clients from all over the United States. In addition to my role as photographer, I have been nationally recognized as an innovator in shaping models portfolios and careers. Simply put I advise serious models (both new and experienced) about how to market themselves. I am the author of the popular modeling advice website ModelingTip.com which contains loads of information and guidance for new and experienced models and well as the most comprehensive modeling agency directory online. I am often used as a source for television stories as well as newspaper and magazine articles on the subject. Author: JE Bright references my writings in his book: America’s Next Top Model: Fierce Guide to Life: The Ultimate Source of Beauty, Fashion, and Model Behavior. My work is also referenced by author Rif K. Haffar in his book: Roadmap to Stardom: How to Break into Acting in Hollywood My success has helped me become a popular instructor and lecturer at camera clubs, photography events, PPA events and photography workshops across the United States. I have also served as an adjunct professor teaching about “The Art of Seeing” at Muhlenberg College. I am based in Allentown, Pennsylvania. SUBSCRIBE so that you don’t miss NEW VIDEOS! https://tog.chat/ytsubscribe PATREON Help me HELP YOU: https://tog.chat/patreon or donate via PayPal: https://tog.chat/paypal MY WEBSITE & BLOG http://www.JoeEdelman.com WANNA SEE MY GEAR? https://joeedelman.fyi/gear SHOP FOR TOGSWAG℠ http://www.togswag.com LET'S CONNECT! - Like & Follow on FACEBOOK: http://tog.chat/facebook - Follow on TWITTER: http://tog.chat/twitter - Follow on INSTAGRAM: http://tog.chat/instagram - Check my boards on PINTEREST: http://tog.chat/pinterest - Connect on LINKEDIN: http://tog.chat/linkedin - Connect on GOOGLE+: http://tog.chat/googleplus FTC Disclosure: No sponsors have paid for or provided equipment or material shown in this video #ishootpeople #joeedelman
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