Model portfolio Photography | Ideart Photography London
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World class
World class
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Dive into amazing world of black-and-white photography full of emotions, feelings, beautiful faces and personalities. Enjoy this mixture of beauty and creativity!

photography

Dive into amazing world of black-and-white photography full of emotions, feelings, beautiful faces and personalities. Enjoy this mixture of beauty and creativity!

photography
Creating
Creating
quality photos
quality photos

I shoot people, streets, places, animals - everything that inspires me and makes me shoot and shoot again!
Welcome to my world of images keeping their stories inside!

quality photos

I shoot people, streets, places, animals - everything that inspires me and makes me shoot and shoot again!
Welcome to my world of images keeping their stories inside!

Emotional Sense
Emotional Sense
Emotional Sense
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My motto is “Don’t shoot what it looks like. Shoot what it feels like” by David Alan Harvey. I totally follow this idea!

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My motto is “Don’t shoot what it looks like. Shoot what it feels like” by David Alan Harvey. I totally follow this idea!

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Emotional Sense
Emotional Sense
lookbook Photography...
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My motto is “Don’t shoot what it looks like. Shoot what it feels like” by David Alan Harvey. I totally follow this idea!

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Model photogrpahy

We photograph both new and established models, when you book a portfolio shooting with us, we provide you with a number of services along with the making of your portfolio. We photograph both new and established models, when you book a portfolio shooting with us, we provide you with a number of services along with the making of your portfolio. We can help point you in the right direction with model agencies and as well as providing you with the tools you need to start as freelance model. We will give you valuable advice and sure you’ll have the best start in modelling career. A strong portfolio opens doors, your portfolio is the only thing a sees before deciding whether or not to contact you for a job which makes your images a key element of your modelling career.

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We can manage all aspects of a shoot, from arranging location to sourcing professional models and we’ll charge based on the complexity of the shoot.

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ANNA AND GIANCARLO WERE A JOY TO WORK WITH, VERY EASY GOING WITH A KEEN EYE FOR THE RIGHT DETAILS AND THE RIGHT ANGLE, EAGER TO GET THE PERFECT FASHION PHOTO. I HOPE TO WORK WITH THEM IN THE FUTURE AND SHARE WITH THE WORLD THEIR GREAT PHOTOGRAPHS

Corporate portrait phototgrpahy
Ken Eaton Owner/Director Eaton Drafting Ltd

They made me feel comfortable and at ease. I even had some fun. I then received many great photos that I can use for many purposed. I would highly recommend IdeArt Photography.

Mag Richards Model

It’s such a pleasure to work with Anna! She has her own unique vision and she is always full of energy and ideas. I love her photos and gladly participate in her projects and photo sessions.

How to become a model...

You should include professional-looking head shots: shots of you up close without a lot of makeup and on a plain background. You should shoot them in nice natural light (but not direct sunlight) without a lot of distraction in the photos. These are meant for agencies to get a look at you in a raw state. Consider a head shot, a body shot, and profile shots.

  • The most important thing to communicate in a portfolio is that you are able to present a range of “characters” and looks.

Though professional photography can be expensive, it can make the difference between being passed over and getting an interview. Think of professional photography as a worthwhile investment in your career!

  • Get your favorite professional shots printed into 8x10s. Save these in case you are asked to leave a photograph before or after an interview.
  • If you’ve got enough good professional photos, consider compiling them into a portfolio. Bring this portfolio with you to castings or agencies.
  • The most important thing to communicate in a portfolio is that you are able to present a range of “characters” and looks.

Eat and drink healthy foods and get plenty of exercise. Having a healthy body will help you look your best.

Fitness is important. Consider working with a trainer who works specifically with models. Tell him about your modeling goals and how you want to look, and ask for a tailored exercise regimen that will support those goals.

  • Eat right. Contrary to what some people tell you, you should eat healthy foods, as well as healthy amounts of food. Veggies, fruits, whole grains, healthy fats, and proteins should make up the basics of your diet. Sugars, starches, empty carbohydrates, and unhealthy fats should be avoided as much as possible.
  • Be sure to drink a lot of water. Avoid sodas (even diet sodas) and minimize your alcohol intake.

Take care to make yourself look healthy and well-groomed. What you wear and how you carry yourself are important as well, but you should have a routine that supports the health of your skin and hair.

  • Focus on keeping your skin clear and glowing. Wash your face in the morning and at night, exfoliate once a week, and remember to wash your makeup off before you go to sleep.
  • Keep your hair shiny and healthy. Some agencies and managers prefer the “natural greasy look,” so it may be okay if you prefer to minimally shower.

Technically, anybody can be a model. However, if you don’t meet certain requirements, the work available to you will be incredibly limited or you may have to compensate in other areas (reliability, technique, etc).

  • A Plus-Sized Model: If your body is full and curvaceous, you may be able to be a plus size model.
  • A Runway Model: Most women on the catwalk are at least 5’8 and commonly small-breasted. Men are mostly between 5’11 and 6’2.
  • A Print Model: Most editorial female models are at least 5’7, but a beautiful face with great personality are the most important features for print models.
  • An Underwear Model: For women, this requires large breasts but small hips. For men, this requires broad shoulders but slim waists.
  • An Alternative Model: Some agencies hire alternative models: models who do not conform to the industry “standards” of beauty, height, and weight. Additionally, having a specific passion or cause that you’re working towards can help open doors that may be closed due based on a body feature that does not “fit industry standards”.
  • Other Types of Modeling: If you don’t fit any of the face or body descriptions, perhaps you can be a foot, hair, or hand model.

If you do not think the runway or magazines are the place for you, look into other types of modeling. Companies use models for special events or to promote specific products. There are fewer restrictions on body type and more emphasis on personality for these modeling jobs.

  • A Promotional Model: Some companies want their customer base to interact directly with models who are generally attractive with likable personalities to promote their brand. You may see these models in grocery stores, events, or clubs promoting things like food, liquor, or new products.
  • A Spokes-model: Spokesmodels are hired to be consistently associated with a specific brand. Contrary to popular thought, spokesmodels don’t always have to verbally promote the brand.
  • A Trade Show Model: This type of model is hired by companies or brands to advertise to attendees at a trade show tent or booth. These models are typically not employed by the company but hired as “freelance” models for the event.

The look that you communicate can be made up of both your body type and your style. There is more of a curvy California look, a svelte and sophisticated New York look, a waif-like European look, and a boy- or girl-next-door look. Know what you’re equipped with, but also try to pull off other looks.

Learn as much as you can from reading books, blogs, and articles about modeling.

Reading quality guides, articles, and books will help you improve important skills (like posing and posture) and better understand how the industry works (such as how to find an agent).

  • Also research reputable agencies that place models in high-profile places, such as magazines and fashion shows.