Looking at my latest blog entries, I have noticed that I missed out blogging about some great shoots that happened.
And in order to update my content and continue this blog, please have a look at one of my favorite kids modelling session with this talented and outgoing young lady named Zoe.
Her attitude and fun personality made it easy for me to capture her in this model portfolio building session.
We decided to have our session beginning of fall at Mount Charleston and used different locations around that area.
For this Session we also decided on different outfits for Zoe to model.
If you are thinking about getting your child into modeling, make sure you bring different types and styles of clothing.
A variety of different outfits and looks show off how versatile your child is.
For a professional set card you need at least 5 images, while you have 1 head shot on the front of the card and 4 photographs on the back.
It can be a long day if you book a full set card or modeling portfolio session and could be strenuous on your child but also fun, adventurous and rewarding.
It is important that you start the day out with a proper breakfast and that the child is not rushed.
It is also good to bring snacks and water or juices with you to the session.
Without make up and hair done, this head shot is all natural, I think it's a great look especially for child models.
Most agencies and clients want to see a models natural beauty rather than a finished product!
The creative mind of an artist will prefer this look.
In order to get the best results, your child gets the room to play and have fun at the set.
Of course supervision and attendance of at least one parent is mandatory and always required.
Even though modeling is a hard discipline, natural poses always succeed. Just Be Yourself!
The image below is one of my favorite compositions from the photo-shoot, we came across some wild horses,
which also happened to be one of the last images captured that day.