How to Work With Models
Working With Models
It can be tough to get a model comfortable enough to really break free into their role. As a result many people wind up with images that seem stiff and static. Today’s episode provides some great tips on how to get your model comfortable and in the zone.
Today’s Episode Timeline
- 0:30 -Huge News!! We have our studio
- 1:05 – Interacting with models helps them to feel more comfortable
- 2:20 – Showing what prop we used today for our Photo Shoot
- 4:00 – Get models to bring a few of their favorite things to a shoot
- 5:00 – Interacting with other people
- 6:30 – Go our of your way to make them comfortable
- 7:10 – Hairstylists and Make-up Artists
- 8:50 – Be sure to show the models your images
- 12:30 – Get all the details in place before the actual photo shoot
- 13:30 – Play your model’s favorite music
Working With Props
It is a little awkward to stand in front of a bunch of people you don’t know with a camera on you. This is especially true if you feel like you have to do something interesting and look good doing it.
Providing models with something to work with will help them feel more comfortable, and take a little attention off of them.
Interacting With Your Model
A great way to take your mind off of all of the technical details around a photo shoot is to figure out everything ahead of time.
The most important thing you can do with your model is to focus on them as a person, and your relationship with them will come through in your work.