Day 16: Working the Camera

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Being the famous feathery face of Wet Bird Couture is hard work.

You need to know which fellow VIP’s to flock with (to get more publicity for your line).

You need to pick the right featherless assistant to handle your affairs.

And, of course, you need to know how to “work the camera.”

For many, it takes years to learn even the basics of making friends with the camera.

But for some lucky few, it just comes naturally….the camera loves them, and so does everybody else!

The "feathers forward" look is going to be very big this year.
The fierce and feathery face of an international couture style line.
Here the model draws the viewer in with a compelling half-profile "feathers forward" pose.
The most naturally talented models create an effortless instant connection with the camera.
The full-profile "feathers forward" look showcases
The ability to display raw fierceness and vulnerability is a skill that can’t be taught.
A playful "feathers forward" head-tilt
Being able to just let loose and play on camera is another rare gift only a few models possess.
The three-quarters profile "feathers forward" pose highlights natural leadership skills.
And, of course, having an epic sense of edgy style is simply a modeling must.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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Published by Shannon Cutts

Animal sensitive and intuitive with Animal Love Languages. Parrot, tortoise and box turtle mama. Dachshund auntie.

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