Any images uploaded to Modelling.photos should meet these specifications:
- Photo Size, in pixels:
- No less than 200 wide and 300 high
- No more than 16 million total pixels (e.g, 4,000 wide by 4,000 high)
- File Size, in kb:
- No less than 7kb
- No more than 1500kb
- File Type:
- We can only accept JPG or PNG file types.
- If you have a RAW or GIF or some other image type, you will need to change it in an image editor first.
There are some requirements by member type, for images posted on the site. Please ensure you follow the guidelines below that apply to you.
Show us your face. Your portfolio images must clearly show your face. We need to be able to see clearly what you look like.
Include body shots. Please include at least 1 full length body shot.
No selfies. Selfies do not look professional and will not help you to network effectively with other professionals. Post good quality images of yourself in order to be successful.
Show us a model. Photographers must include at least 4 different photos of adult, human models “modelling” for the camera. Snapshots, candid photos, children, cars, landscapes, animals, etc. do not count. Please show us your best work. We need to see examples of your photos in relation to adults “modelling”.
Show us variety. Please provide at least 2 different models or 2 different locations. Stock-style white-sheet or hotel wall photos have their place but try and show us something more in order for us to see your talents.
Hair Stylists, Makeup Artists, Stylists
Show us at least 2 different models. You need to provide photos of at least 2 different models. You are welcome to submit selfies, but you may be asked to add more images of your looks on models.
Show us variety. Please provide at least 4 different looks rather than 4 photos of the same look.
Show us 2 finished designs. You must supply photos of at least 2 finished designs being worn by models. Designs on mannequins do not count!
Some sketches are acceptable. You may provide sketches or illustrations of unproduced designs if they exhibit a reasonable level of skill and training, both in quality of the design and the sketch itself.