10 Traits of a Good Stock Photography Model - Dreamstime
With the need to keep costs to a minimum in the stock photography world, good models that will work for nothing or close to it are extremely desirable. When you find a good stock photography model you'll certainly know it but here are some traits to watch for:
10 Traits of a Good Stock Photography Model
1. They are willing to work for kibble.
2. When you say "sit", they sit. No whining, no lip.
3. They are naturally cute and adorable. Let's face it cute sells.
4. They don't give the photographer any grief over wardrobe choices.
5. They show up on time and don't try to charge you for mileage.
6. They don't fret about bad hair days, wrinkles or makeup.
7. Even when they are having a bad day they remain professional and are willing to work.
8. They are good actors who can really get into character.
9. They jump at any chance to model.
10. They can make one melt with just one look.
Thanks to my top models Tiki, Ginny and Max!
Photo credits: Peanutroaster.
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