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Sunday, December 16, 2007

Other Types of Modeling

Character Modeling is a way of describing a model of a certain look, such as a store clerk, a school teacher, an airplane pilot, a bank teller, etc. Character models are used in a variety print ads and television commercials.

Child Modeling

A parental consent is required for all child and teenage modeling. Child models are considered those from 0 to 13 years of age. Teenage models are those between 13 to 18 years of age.

Body Part Modeling

Featuring a certain body part, such as neck, hands, feet etc. in an ad is called part modeling. Models that get part modeling gigs have impeccably beautiful hands, feet, or other body parts, but do not need to have a fashion model look. Have you been told you have particularly beautiful neckline or legs? In that case, you may want to try part modeling.

Glamour Modeling is the type of images that convey sexuality and sensuality. This type of modeling is used for men’s magazines, calendars, pin-up posters and the like. The model is usually a “Barbie-doll” type, with nice curves, full chest, attractive face and long hair. Depending on what the model is wearing in the pictures and the degree of nudity, glamour modeling can be categorized as swimsuit glamour (swimsuit calendars, swimsuit Internet contests), lingerie, glamour nude and mature content modeling.

Artistic Modeling is the type of images that could be found in coffee table books. Unlike glamour modeling, artistic images convey a certain mood. Such images could be defined as an “image that tells a story”, such as a woman harvesting grapes, a woman breastfeeding her child, etc. or an “image of the beauty of a human body”. To help create the mood, a photographer uses certain light techniques, or settings.

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