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Day 258: Cover Model

When you are unusually pretty and photograph very well, it typically won’t be long before the “prettiness scouts” will scout you right out.

If they are savvy enough to offer you the right incentives (here think “chewy, crunchy, shiny, shreddable”) you might even agree to do a fashion shoot as their next cover model.

Here, the photographers are typically in the habit of using something called “props” to enhance the prettiness of their featherless models.

Here, a featherless being named "Leslie" poses for a prop-centric cover model shot for America's Next Top Model (photo courtesy of fanpop.com)
In this photo, a featherless being named “Leslie” poses for a prop-centric cover model shot for America’s Next Top Model (photo courtesy of fanpop.com)

So even though you are pretty enough not to need any props, if they do insist on using such antiquated devices, you can at least guide them to the most flattering (and crinkly) choices.

The world famous cover model examines the props the photographers provided.
First, the world famous cover model does a thorough visual examination of the props.
First, the model tests the props for "crinkly-ness" (a technical industry term).
Next, he tests each prop for “crinkly-ness” (a technical industry term).
Satisfied, the model poses for a few test shots (in this pose, he displays "fierceness").
Satisfied, the model poses for a few test shots (in this pose, he displays “fierceness”).
Once underway, the photographers capture one stunning shot after another as the model effortlessly navigates his props.
Once underway, the photographers capture one stunning shot after another as the model effortlessly navigates his props.
The model pauses for a moment to replace a wayward "prop."
The model – ever the professional – pauses for a moment to replace a wayward prop.
He continues with a series of more casual shots...every one prettier than the last.
He continues working his props like a pro (in this shot, he displays “exceptional prettiness”).
Finally, the exhausted model gives the universal signal he is finished by staring straight at his assistant.
Finally, the exhausted model displays the universal signal that he is finished by glaring fixedly at his large featherless assistant.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

 

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3 thoughts on “Day 258: Cover Model

  1. Shannon I found a cute video on YouTube called Cockatiel sings Neighbor sings Totoro and I don’t know how to send it directly to you, but if you want to see it on my FaceBook timeline page.

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