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The most important thing: don’t drink alcohol the day before the photoshoot and sleep well. If you were partying hard it will definitely bring some unavoidable puffiness to your face.

Prepare the accessories and the outfits you’d like to wear in advance, steam off the wrinkles if needed, make sure it goes together and ask your photographer if you have some doubts. Always better to schedule the make up artist appointment before the photoshoot unless you are really good in it. The professionals know how your make up will look in the camera lens depending on the location and lighting (outdoor, indoor, studio).

You can find some photo references in internet from the photoshoots you like and show them in advance for the best results.

And the most important: relax and have fun! You should trust your photographer it’ll help the better outcome.

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I implemented the deposit requirements a few years ago. In the very beginning I didn’t charge my clients upfront and I had positive and negative experiences. Most of the time I scheduled the clients and they were polite and punctual but some of them literally didn’t show up last minute, didn’t tell me in advance that their plans have changed and just disappeared. I value my time as much as I’m very responsible and responsive in my work field. My account is also open, has my works and reviews from my happy clients. If you have any questions/doubts/etc don’t hesitate to ask. I implemented the deposit rule a few years ago because of the irresponsible clients who didn’t show up for the scheduled photoshoots and even didn’t respond or messaged me in advance. I value my business and all my customers as much as I’m very flexible with the rescheduling, always helpful with advising on outfits, accessories and locations for the photoshoots. Also I highly value my reputation. Thank you for understanding! Love and hugs!

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Most of the professional and amateur photographers do TFP photoshoots time by time. TFP means “time for print”, usually it’s free of charge photoshoots for updating the photographer’s/model portfolio. And no, it doesn’t mean “free photos for everybody”. If you are interested in participating in this type of projects as a model you will have to prepare properly, make up, outfits, accessories is your responsibility unless provided. Make sure about requirements posted by the photographer (certain type of look, location, time). Eventually it could be some expenses such as studio rental, rental of public spaces (some parks and historical venues have their fees for the portrait photography) etc. All those details would be discussed upfront.

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