How to Build a Modeling Portfolio

Launching a modeling career is tricky enough, but you’ll make it even harder if you don’t have a portfolio. The good news is that they’re easy to put together, and a good modeling portfolio can make the difference between getting that coveted modeling job and losing it. The bad news is that if you mess it up, it’ll certainly cost you jobs, and may even ruin your career before you even get started.

Part 1 Laying the Groundwork
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1 Determine your model type. There are many different types of modeling,[1] some with very specific requirements in terms of physical appearance and skill level. While it’s true that the most common types of modeling do require tall, thin people, there are other types of modeling where the preferred body style is more flexible.