Call for Models for our Photography WorkshopsWritten by Artriva Studios
We are happy to now announce that we are now offer workshops on studio lighting. These workshops and tutoring sessions are offered not just offered as group classes, but also as personal workshops. A unique advantage with Artriva's Photography workshops is the amount of time available to the participants for hands on practice and the opportunity to shoot with both Professional & Amaetuer Models to get a good start for their portfolio & getting a hold on .
This combined with small batch sizes ensures that learners do get ample time to learn and test out their creativity. Models on the other hand have the following advantage.
- This will be a Paid assignment for well experienced models.
- New Models get an opportunity to add photos to their portfolio, plus contacts of upcoming photographers.
Do look at some of the photographs shot during one of our previous workshops
How to apply ?
Models need to fill up the following form(s) on our website.
- Contact Form - This form is primarily for those looking to work with us (Professionals & Amateurs). You will receive periodic mails for upcoming opportunities. Please do fill up the form completely as it will help us send only the relevant mails to you. (NOTE : We will only contact you for works we directly undertake / part of)
- Listing Form - This is for professional models only. This database (minus your contact details) may be shared with our clients looking for models to represent their brands in addition to us using this information on a regular basis to reach out to you.
Please do fill up the form completely to help us keep communications to a minimum & also to help us reach out to you only for the work that suits you. Also note that our backend filtering system is a work in progress & you may receive more mails initially. You can opt out / update your information by filling in the form again.
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