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Guide for Catwalk Models
Career on the catwalk, dreams of every young model. At the same time it is
afraid to fail, at the first hurdle: the "high control".
In film and television a small body size is still not an exclusion criterion: A
Alyssa Milano ("Charmed - Charmed") brings it straight to 1.60 meters. Jeanette
Biedermann ("Anna und die Liebe") even only 1.59 meters is small - which is not
noticeable, thanks to recording technology.
In the modeling industry is what this relationship, however, hard to the point -
it is the motto of "size matters": the license for the catwalk agencies awarded
to women is usually only at a height of 1.75 meters to 1, 80 meters (without highheels ...), in men from 1.82 meters.
1st Instead of working in front of the camera on the Catwalk Model:
Until the 1980s, in the modeling industry between mannequins, who worked mainly on the runway and photo models differ - because the size that is required on the catwalk, posing in front of the camera can be a hindrance. Today there is no longer such a distinction. As before, however, with models instead of working on the catwalk in front of the camera body size is not significant. On the contrary, furniture manufacturers, for example, book a shoot, which their products to the right light, not like models of 1.80 meters or more - these women work alongside their sofas too small.
2nd Little contact with agencies and studios, record:
3rd Their own unique selling points to Emphasize:
4th Natural look is better than inconsequential Beauty:
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