Month: November 2017

Tips from TV Host Didiayer Snyder

This is an excerpt from my book “On Your Mark: An Insight Guide to Modeling” THE PRODUCT “Don’t limit yourself. Many people limit themselves to what they think they can do. You can go as far as your mind lets you. What you believe, remember, you can achieve.”- Mary Kay Ash Business First – Understanding You Are “The Product” Throughout your career as a fashion model,aseifinnae llyoonf laifned, yseotuywnuillabpearftafcrendmwtihthe d many decisions. Your responses and choices will rest. That is why it is imperative to understand that the attention that comes with being a model is secondary. First of...

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Portrait Photography Tips for Musicians (And Other Creatives)

Now more than ever it is important to have as much control of your image as ever. For musicians and other creatives, this means taking an active role in how your image is produced. How your image is perceived by fans and potential clients can have a far-reaching effect. Realizing that you are selling not just the product of your talents but also yourself means that at some point you will need to pay attention to the image you are putting out on social media and other promotional material. At that point, engaging the services of a professional photographer...

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Why?

I just finished watching Pink Floyd’s “Pulse” DVD. Most importantly, the Behind the scenes look at the tour. I honestly got a little choked up. There was such passion from all the people, sincerity in their smiles, and admiration for their achievements. The Pink Floyd is bigger than any one person and bigger than the band. It’s everyone that’s listening too. There’s that “something” in the air – that connection where everyone comes together in truth, honesty, and reality. Musicians never get to do something that grand by believing that the world owes them something. The most successful people...

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