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200 euro incl. VAT
images :
- 2
0 images, color-graded and lightly retouched 
- 20 digitals, not retouched 
extra images :
you can buy extra images for 10euro per image

shoot-time : in between 1 hour and 3 hour

disclaimer : 

This package can only be booked by signed, aspiring or freelance models. 

The shoot, set and retouching will be minimal, and focussed on portfolio based purposes.


payment : 

You will receive an invoice after the shoot with a 5 days payment term, images will only be send when the invoice is paid. 

cancelation fee :  
There is a 50% cancellation fee in case you cancel your 'digital update shoot' at any time after booking.​ 

confirm your booking : 
To confirm your booking and lock in your date, send your invoice details (name, last name, adres, email, VAT number if you have one)
once I receive them, your booking has been confirmed. 


Your comfort and experience is my number one priority.

Please always feel free to communicate how you feel; if you are not comfortable with certain poses,

styling, if you are cold or when you need a break or anything at all,

this is a safe space.

By booking a portfolio you confirm and agree with the given price and cancellation fee.

what is a model portfolio shoot : 
A model portfolio shoot is a great way to showcase your versatility and talent as an (aspiring) model to (potential) clients.
It is essential as an (aspiring) model to have your strong book with images that represent your current look and have the industries you are aiming at in mind.

commercial, beauty, fashion,.. (?)
There are many types of modeling and it is important that you know what direction you want to go with your career, for example doing a commercial beauty shoot when you want to work in fashion won’t benefit your portfolio. 
- New models: If you don’t know what direction you want to go yet, we can do a mix of the fields you are interested in. 
If you just signed with an agency I recommend asking them in what direction they see you. 
- Freelance models: If you are a freelance model I recommend analyzing your current clients base, 
If you are happy with your current client base (for example you are mostly booked for beauty) I recommend shooting more in that genre for your portfolio. If you want to attract different clients, I would analyze the shoots they produce and base your portfolio on this.  
- Agency signed models: If you are signed with an agency, I recommend you asking them what your current needs are for your portfolio. 
- Agencies booking for their models: By booking the 'model portfolio' package, please mention what your model needs for her/his/their book. 

moodboard :  
A moodboard is essential to have everyone on the same page and get the desired result. 
It is not a must but I highly recommend you to make a moodboard before the shoot, 
so you have an organized view on the direction you want to go with photography, poses, hair, styling, make-up,..
Your moodboard should be based on the type of modeling you are in/want to break into (commercial, beauty, high fashion,..) 
If you need help with creating a moodboard you can always contact me for some guidance.
You can easily make a moodboard by making a folder on Pinterest or Instagram, you can use Canva or you can simply just send me screenshots of images you like.   

selection and final images :  
You can make the selection yourself or you can let me or  your agency make the final selection.
You can NOT change your final selection after I received your selection, so make sure you double check your selection. 
It is possible to buy extra images. 
Images will be ready in 10 workdays after the selection is made and the invoice is paid and will be sent through WeTransfer.* 
* make sure to save the images properly, they can’t be asked again

hair : 

Keep it simple and natural and make sure the shape of your head is still visible and that your hair is not blocking your face. 

It's best if you don't straighten your hair or wear wigs, braids and other protective hairstyles are not a problem.


make -up :
Less is more, keep it as minimal as possible, the make up doesn't take attention away from your face. For portfolio work clients, agencies and photographers like to see you at your most natural state. I highly recommend NOT wear fake lashes and thick layers of foundation.


nails :
Your hands should be clean and taken care of, this goes for your nails as well, make sure they are clean, natural and not polished in bright bold colors. 

outfit portfolio images :
The styling depends on what you need for your portfolio, but overall I recommend to stay  away from baggy clothes, so the shape of your body is properly visible and stay away from big brand logos on your clothes.

outfit digitals :
For polaroids you should wear fitting clothes that show your body shape and heels.

Your clothes should have neutral colours (I suggest black) and no distracting logos or graphics.

Some agencies require bikini polaroids, for this you can bring your swimwear/lingerie. (only if you are not a minor)  

For personal advice on what outfits you should bring, contact me.

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