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How To Get Modeling Sponsorships

Many people end up paying an arm and a leg for modeling photos and classes, but few end up getting modeling contracts. In order to help you get a modeling gig, youíre going to have to do a bit of research first. The first thing that you need to do is find sponsors. Sponsors are people or companies willing to help you out, sometimes for free, other times in exchange for something, such as you modeling their clothes or product. Either way, itís a win-win situation and will help you get your foot in the door. Below you can find three tips on how to get sponsorship.



1. Modeling classes. Look in the back of any womenís magazine and youíll often see advertisements for modeling classes. They certainly donít come cheap, but if you know how, you could get a discount and maybe even take classes for free. So whatís the catch? Youíre going to have to help the modeling agency out. Aim for smaller companies or those just starting out and call them, or better yet, go there in person. The best thing is to know what you want. Ask them if they offer discounts for group lessons or if you sign a friend up for their classes. Once they agree, go out and find people willing to sign up for their classes and take them to the agency where they can enroll. In return, youíll get a discount on the lessons.

2. Photo shoots. Maybe models shell out lots of money for professional photo shoots, but there are ways to get them done just as professionally, but at a fraction of the price. Contact your community college or look in the phone book for photography schools and ask them about their special prices. Students taking photography courses need to practice taking professional photos and often charge less than the professionals. Best of all, youíll be more likely to be treated better by a student photographer than a photographer with their own studio.

3. Clothing and accessories. If you want to be a model, youíre going to have to dress like one. And while name brand clothing isnít everything, you should have quality clothes. Luckily for you, itís easy to find quality items at low prices. Outlets, ebay, your friends, and even the stores themselves can offer you plenty of choices and often at great bargains. If youíre going to go to the stores, go shopping at the end of the season and buy classic items that arenít going to go out of style quickly. People usually wear 20% of their clothes 80% of the time, which means that your friends have a lot of clothes in their closets that they donít use. And you probably do too. Try to set up a clothing swap with some of your friends. Youíll get rid of stuff you donít use, and get stuff that you do. Best of all- itís free.

Want more information on how to get modeling sponsorships? Contact one of our sponsorship consultants to request more information.

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