Who can be a model?

08-03-2018 Merkasaurus
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Contrary to what many might deduce, there is no physical requirement model to work in practice. Since there are many fields and styles covering the audiovisual and fashion world, there is a possibility that for certain jobs profiles that are far from the archetype "top model", even totally opposite required.

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The physical requirements for those aspiring models paraded in fashion shows or advertising most photographic works are almost always governed by the same social trends in beauty prototypes are concerned. These trends, which currently are quite strict and unfortunately the reach of a minority.

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Arguably the highest requirements for a model established in the field of fashion, which is not only beauty, shape and height so raw, but also a number of specific skills for which There are even specialized schools.

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Fashion shows being the minority in terms of end requirements, are below those jobs that relate to advertising; in film or television and photography: In these disciplines the requirements are not as explicit as they are media in which the model is not the in-situ work, but going through photographic training sessions or recording in which jacks can be repeated and which technology offers the possibility of selection and post-production.

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The latter is perhaps the busiest discipline models, as there is a relatively large demand for advertising, and that furthermore, the height of the model, does not acquire such importance.

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Working model is no easy task; although it is true that much of the skills are obtained only inheritance and genetic luck, there are lots of knowledge and experience that one must learn for himself, and make the difference between a model and a photogenic simply model with charisma, personality, flexible and communicator.