How to Begin a Modeling Career

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The first steps to beginning a modeling career include finding someone to take pictures for a portfolio that can be sent to modeling agencies. Take a variety of pictures in a variety of settings for a modeling portfolio with help from a working model in this free video on modeling tips.

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In this clip, we're going to talk about how to begin a modeling career. The first steps to beginning a modeling career would be to find someone to take pictures for you whether it be a friend, go to a small studio, you know, you want to take a good variety and a lot of pictures. You can take up to six hundred pictures and only find three that you want to put in your porfol, portfolio, so make sure you're taking a different variety of pictures, you know, different settings, you know, different, so that agency can kind of get a view of the different settings that you can put yourself in. Maybe an angry one, a happy one, sort of like the different faces that you can offer to the, to the agency, you know. Don't be afraid to start off small. If you get a job doing a commercial for a cheesy medical schools and like that talking about you know, "I was fifteen and had a kid and now I'm going to school here, blah, blah, blah." You know, don't be afraid, just you know, take it with confidence, just consider it an experience, consider it a step closer to becoming you know, the girl in the Cover Girl commercials and stuff like that, just you know, don't be afraid to, don't be afraid of rejection. Not everyone is, you're not looking for what everyone's looking for, that's just one of the biggest things you have to do as a model. Just you know, don't be afraid of rejection, always feel comfortable with yourself and that's pretty much what it takes to start your career.

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