I am scheduling a shoot with a model who is a dancer and experienced model. She is bringing 2 ballroom dance outfits (pics to come). Along with the wardrobe, she will prepare in her competition makeup also. Amy is in from the west coast where she has done some fashion show modeling. Before that Amy did some bridal modeling in the UK. I have shot with Amy and she is easy to work with and her fluid movements makes the camera love her. Our group loves to shoot with dancers, so sign up soon to ensure your spot. Refunds will be provided for cancellations a week in advance, or anytime as long as some else pays for your spot.
We will take turns setting up lights. When your turn comes around, you can take a couple of minutes to get the studio lights setup. We will start on the seamless backdrop. If the group decides that we would like to setup on a different backdrop after that, we can take the time to reset on the new backdrop. All have spent time and money for this opportunity, so taking turns is going to be important for a positive experience for all. Beginner to advanced experience levels welcome, and keep in mind that your colleagues at the shoot may be of varying experience levels.
Here are some of Amy's credits:
- Perfect Wedding Magazine 2011 (UK publication)
- Model for Naomi Neoh bridalwear
-Model for The Printed Palette
-RAW Fashion show San Diego - printed palette
-Trade show model, promotional model and Brand Ambassador including SONY, Patron, ComiCon, Corona
her ModelMayhem portfolio is here: http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/766467/viewall
Although this is not her dress, it is representative of one that she will bring: