Model Training Days

Model Training Days

A little model training and experience can make the world of difference

In Front Of The Camera – Model Workshops

Modelling may seem like a piece of cake, but a little training and experience can make the world of difference. Let’s face it, you have nothing to lose – taking modeling classes will help you learn the ropes and acquire skills needed to become a successful model, or just help boost your confidence in general.

Modeling nowadays is a highly vocational business. There’s more to modeling than a quick pose or twirl. Thankfully, there are plenty of courses available for aspiring models and a wealth of model classes that cover everything from poise to pout, portfolios to personal care. Schools and model classes themselves can be very specific and specialized – you’ll find a whole spectrum.

Of course, it’s important to find the school, teacher and class that’s right for you and the Internet is a good place to start having a gander. Having your class close to your home may be a consideration you want to take into account. Then there are niches if you are looking for modeling classes that specialize in kids, curvier models, or more mature models… In some cases modeling classes are combined with acting lessons or other performing arts so you can pick up more than one talent! There’s pretty much a school and a class for everyone!

So what do these modeling classes give you? They teach the same modeling techniques used by today’s top fashion models. Classes in voice projection, self confidence, print, and runway can help give you professional edge no matter what your ultimate goals may be: a commercial print model, a fashion model or just a bolder, brighter being. Model classes prepare models in a variety of ways: helping you to pick clothes that flatter you and providing make-up and styling pointers, teaching you how to pose and really work that camera.

 

As a straight-size model, Sabine landed covers on many Australian magazines and achieved widespread recognition in Australia as the cheeky, smiley model on Australia’s locally produced of “Wheel Of Fortune”. She also landed campaigns for Wella, Hyundai, Cannon to name but a few. After a brief hiatus to earn her degree and venturing in to the world of selling luxury cars where she became genuinely passionate about empowering women in the male-dominated car industry, Sabine came back to the modelling industry as a plus-size model promoting healthy self esteem for young women. She now lives in London, and is engaged primarily in modelling plus-size clothing working with clients such as; M&S, Lipsy, Thomas Pink, TU and Zoggs swimwear…

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