FAQ's - INTRODUCTION

  

Client Information
General Model Information
Clothes & Make Up
Things to Bring To A Shoot
A few more things to bear in mind

Model Advice from Mark Curtis of Design Zero


A question and answer session with Mark Curtis of Design Zero

It seems that when people make contact with me whether it be to commission us to work for them or just when we get contact from models looking for work, there are a number of questions that come up time and time again – not a problem of course!

However, to save all of us a great deal of time - hopefully this guide will give you all the information you need in order to make your decision whether or not you wish to work with me.

With any luck, you will have looked at the gallery - i.e.: any photograph that I have taken with the camera the right way round and that has not got my finger over the lens. Obviously, all the overexposed, underexposed stuff and the stuff that is out of focus has been included – that’s the bit all photographers call “Artistic”...“It’s out of focus” you say.- I just smile enigmatically (while wiping my nose with the sleeve of my jacket) and say “It’s Art mate, you just wouldn’t understand”…

Anyway, this guide is designed to give anyone a clear idea of who they are working with, my “style”, actually I’m not sure I would call it a “‘style” -I am horribly conscious that this whole guide is going to end up sounding terribly self indulgent and pretentious – so overall if you do want me to “define” my approach….

….just think of an over enthusiastic Labrador puppy chasing a stick…..

Questions And Answers

CONTENTS

Section One – Client Information
Section Two – General Model Information
Section Three – Model Information - Clothes & Make Up
Section Four – Model Information – Things to Bring To A Shoot
Section Five – Model Information – A few more things to bear in mind

Section Six –  Model Advice from Mark Curtis of Design Zero


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