It feels like everybody loves to pose in front of a camera nowadays, which is not a bad thing, but it doesn’t make you #MODEL!
To be a model is to pose with a message in your face, in your body and in the environment set by the photographer! A model should practice modeling so she or he can hold the title correctly.
Modeling is a field in the school of life, you enter it due to your feelings, and you learnt it due to the ones who made it as TOP MODELS, and then you master it due to practice.
A model must understand that she or he plays a different character in each look she or he wears; her or his emotions should be attached to the character so she or he can give the right poses to the photographer.
A Modeling career is not available in all countries, but it’s everywhere known that it starts at 13 or 14 years old and ends at 25 or 26! EXCEPT for TOP/SUPER MODELS who remain desirable for a lifetime!
No One’s Company trains its models on both American and European tips, because we love to mix-up the knowledge!
Our training process doesn’t have an end, because our Models keep up with international updates, but it has some starting pack that we are willing to share with you:
- SILENCE: A model has no opinions to give on the makeup artist, stylist and photographer’s work! The model stays silent while dressing up, while putting makeup on and while being photographed. No chit-chats are made on set, because it is considerate as distraction to all of the team.
- HARMONY: A normal person who isn’t used to the lens or feels uncomfortable posing front of many eyes is not able to manage the harmony between the postures and face expressions! If this person focuses on her hands positions, she might forget to control her eyes and vice versa. A Model must master this harmony, even in the most challenging positions or environment! A model’s face expressions must stay NEAT, even during the hardest postures!
- It’s not PERSONNAL: A model must understand that any photo shoot/Fashion Show by the client is not made for her or him! You signed up for work so the result only concerns the agency and the client. MODELS work starts and ends when they are posing front of the camera or walking the ramp!