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JennyBeyler
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JennyBeyler

Like any other profession, modeling also have become one among with wide acceptance of people all over the world. Profession is something that requires proper training and knowledge. It’s something that have a well defined body and structure. The curriculum related to it is properly framed and the people associated with it is well educated.

As people of any other profession, the guides of professional model agency is supposed to be within certain criteria’s. People of modeling agencies need not be actual models, but they should be specialized in their respective fields.

The criteria’s to be fulfilled by the people of such agencies, get’s widened with the growth of the agencies. So an agency should always be equipped to meet the changing scenarios.

posted almost 10 years ago
raapunzel
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raapunzel

i don’t quite understand what you’re asking or why, and why you have a definition of the question in your post, but anyway..

i think its fine to call some models ‘professional’ if they really are very good at what they do, and are experienced enough, especially if they’re doing really well at it and earning a living doing it. just because the learning process that these people go through isn’t structured or defined doesn’t make their job any less professional.
it almost the same as, why are really good sportsmen/women or athletes called professionals?
there is a difference between the results pro models give and amateur ones who aren’t doing it seriously.

a high end ad campaign would usually want to hire a model who has attained ‘professional’ status over a newbie/wannabe/amateur because the pro knows more of what is expected of them, and how to deliver what the client wants in a more timely and smooth process. (but of course sometimes this isnt always how it is)

posted over 9 years ago
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