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Model Rachel Simone – Makeup Tayla Ashford – Hair Michael David – Photo J Singleton – jsingletonphoto©2015

I am reworking a few items on my menu for model shoots. I am putting more effort in developing my photographic style, retouching, and client delivery. And with that I am updating my Model portfolio image page. I plan on having the page to not only show the current hard work within testing light session to master light, but as well to show updated Adobe Photoshop skills that I am developing.

Plus it will act as a showcase to show the “team” who make the dream work. From makeup artist, hair stylist, clothing stylist, assistants, retouch artist and of course the models themselves. And not to forget the modeling agencies that supply the talent that makes everything come together in the end.

When I finish setting it up I hope to have a comprehensive listing of what primary things a model needs to bring to shoots. What the standards are for modeling agencies. Identify the differences between catalog, commercial, editorial and lifestyle modeling. Proper dress and grooming for a go-see. The reason you need a composite card as well as a constant updating for your digital Polaroid.

Just a few things that speak to the needs to work toward the business. I will also blog interviews with models and agents to share their experiences as well as tips that will help you or possibly your son or daughter get a better idea of what the modeling business is all about.

image of model Caroline Reason

Model Caroline Reason – photo by J Singleton – jsingletonphoto©2016

DETROIT BASED PHOTOGRAPHER DRAMASHOP 2.0 – MODEL PORTFOLIO BOOST

Are you a model living in the Metro Detroit area and looking to boost your portfolio?

Do you often wonder how to be a better model and would like some additional training?

Do you want your personality to come out in your photos?

Are you looking for something edgy and different?

If the answer to any of these is yes then please read on…

 

For models who need a boost of black and white gritty edge you need the DRAMASHOP to PUSH your abilities and demand more impact for your portfolio!

I am starting mini workshops for those in need of industry standard images to get them noticed by the agencies.

So If you have the desire to stand out from the crowd then make sure to book your dramashop today!!

There is a limit of three models per dramashop so sign up fast.

Message me at jsp@jsingletonphoto.com to set up appointment.

Beginning to book for August, September and yes even November!

Pricing starts at $100 for these mini-shoots. Come make up ready.

Make up artist available upon request – (prices vary on mua- inquire on options)

Metro Detroit Photographer jsingletonphoto©2011

penny lane – jsingletonphoto©2011

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cheyenne scott – jsingletonphoto©2013

 

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kelsey knickerbocker – jsingletonphoto©2013

 

okay there is an option for color also 😉

 

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jessica ashley – jsingletonphoto©2012

 

Metro Detroit Photographer jsingletonphoto©2011

lauren zoeller – jsingletonphoto©2011

 

Metro Detroit Photographer jsingletonphoto©2012

francesca cordts – jsingletonphoto©2012

 

Metro Detroit Photographer jsingletonphoto©2011

abigail brown – jsingletonphoto©2011

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alexandra mcleod – jsingletonphoto©2013

 

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jerilyn jordan – jsingletonphoto©2013

 

Strictly on location until the new studio location goes into affect.

 

Metro Detroit Photographer jsingletonphoto©2013

caroline reason – jsingletonphoto©2013

Detroit area models who need a Metro Detroit Photographer