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Wise Girl’s Guide to Freelance Modelling

Wise Girl’s Guide to Freelance Modelling

The Dos and Don’ts of Becoming a Successful Freelance Model

By Lizzie Bayliss

This book will provide aspiring freelance models with the tools to get started in the fashion industry. ‘The Wise Girl's Guide to Modelling’ contains invaluable advice on how to avoid the many pitfalls of the trade and get work without having to spend money. 

Paperback, 156 Pages

ISBN:9781783082421

January 2014

£11.99, $19.95

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With the advent of digital photography, the number of photographers has grown exponentially. This book guides the aspiring freelance model through the minefield of fakes and charlatans. Freelance models are a prime target for scammers, sex pests and those who think models shouldn’t be paid. ‘The Wise Girl's Guide to Modelling’ contains invaluable advice on how to avoid the many pitfalls of the industry and get work without having to spend money.

Written by one of the most successful freelance models in the UK, the book is based on a unique true story of success against all odds. It gives clear, practical guidance to aspiring models, including advice on profile construction, grooming, posing and essential business skills. ‘The Wise Girl's Guide to Modelling’ is full of unique real-world examples of good and bad modelling practice. Complete with photos that illustrate different modelling genres, it is an essential book for aspiring models, photographers, make-up artists, modelling webmasters, technicians and agents. 

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Lizzie Bayliss is one of the most successful freelance models in the UK and an up-an-coming photographer.

www.lizziebayliss.co.uk

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