Choosing the Right photos for your Model Comp Card
Here are some tips that I’ve learned throughout my modeling & photography experiences for how to choose the right photos to put on your modeling comp card for commercial print work.
Now, these guidelines apply specifically towards getting work in the commercial print area, as that is the genre of the modeling industry I’m most familiar with.
It’s possible you’ve seen Anson Mount on Sex and the City, or maybe you’ve caught his guest roles on ABC’s hit LOST or the ongoing smash Law and Order. Maybe you’ve caught his independent flicks such as Tully or the recent Cook County. Or if you’re corny like me, you may have seen him as the romantic lead opposite Britney Spears in Crossroads.
But HOPEFULLY, you know the ruggedly handsome Mount from the current AMC hit TV series that has just aired it’s Season 2 finale, Hell on Wheels – in which Anson plays the lead role of Cullen Bohannon.
I used to shoot a lot of catalog for a graphic design client. One of their major clients is a medical uniforms clothing company called ADAR Medical Uniforms. You can see their uniforms available for sale and a lot of the photos are shot by ChrisPics, including the image pictured. The background behind the model ...
Here’s my latest promotional postcard, designed in 2012 featuring some of my newer headshot photos. I like to mix it up with my favorite photos and new images, especially actors I haven’t used on previous postcards. Please visit my dedicated site to actor headshots at: http://www.NewYorkCityHeadshotPhotographer.com
This is from the latest headshot shoot with me and my dear friend Kimberly Amato. Kim and I have shot together twice over the years, but she is definitely a friend first, client second. Besides being an actress, Kim is also a web designer and award-winning screenwriter. You can visit her site at: http://www.kimberlyamato.com/ We’re ...