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Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Quick Tip #58
For: Male & Female Models
When reading through the instructions listed on a modeling agency's website for how to submit yourself, if they mention the word "snapshot(s)" that means you should send them non professional, digital photos...not professional images!
Unless the website specifically says it is okay to send professional pictures (or if they let you submit both pro and non pro) only send digital snapshots. Failing to do so could mean automatic rejection. Why? Because you didn't follow directions!
So save your professional images for the interview/casting call and use the snapshots to get your foot in the door. Remember, you don't need professional images or a portfolio (in most markets) for agencies to consider new models for representation.