Covers all aspects of the modeling industry, written by an agent and photographer with decades of experience. Describes modeling types you didn't even know existed, what they require, and how to get into them. Mainstream fashion and commercial modeling, alternative modeling types and the burgeoning new field of Internet modeling discussed in detail. Includes a special chapter on child modeling. Different types of agencies, and what to expect from each. Getting an agency (or getting work without one). What is expected of you by clients, casting directors and agencies. and who are all of those people? How go-sees and shoots work, and the paperwork involved. Modeling and the law: agency contracts, copyright and model's rights, including samples of the commonly used forms. A detailed description of many modeling scams, and the myths that surround them. Model safety. Essay that decodes the things said by photographers and agents that don't mean what they say.You need to have a sponsoring fashion agency in the US which, in effect, holds your visa. For this purpose the fashion ... The effect is that there is a long waiting line for H1B visas a normally more than a year. Even so, press reports indicateanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Professional's Guide to Modeling|
|Publisher||:||Lulu Press, Inc - 2014-06-15|