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Awkward Family Pictures :)

HuffingtonPost.com has compiled a slideshow of some of the most embarrassing photos from recent family vacations. According to the site, “it all starts with the best of intentions. Mom and Dad, feeling that the family needs to spend more time together, decide that we should take a vacation… but between the itineraries, the sunburns, and the sing-alongs, the only thing relaxing about a family vacation is when they finally make it home.”

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OMP Get Wet Event — FREE Prizes and Upgrades!

OneModelPlace.com members can beat the heat and get free memberships or upgrades during the hot summer months by attending our rooftop pool party on Saturday, July 23.

Starting at 3pm and running till midnight, the activities will include a free photo shoot for aspiring models with professional photographer Robert Giordano (OMP Member #246183), as well as giveaways from Ujena Swimwear.

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July Image Competition–models and members invited

OneModelPlace.com announces its July Competition, with the theme of “Freedom & Independence.”

We at OMP hope all of our models and members had a wonderful Independence Day, and in keeping with the 4th of July tradition, we are announcing a patriotic new competition.

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Start-Up Camera—Shoot First, Focus Later

With an innovative camera due out later this year from a company called Lytro, OneModelPlace.comphotographers will have one less excuse for having missed that perfect shot. According to Steve Lohr from NYTimes.com, the company’s technology allows a picture’s focus to be adjusted after it is taken. While viewing a picture taken with a Lytro camera on a computer screen, you can, for example, click to bring people in the foreground into sharp relief, or switch the focus to the mountains behind them.

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Tips on Shooting Stock Photography

It used to be that you had to have a portfolio with tens of thousands of images, usually in slide form, all catalogued, with model releases in a collection that you would use to be selected to shoot for one of the big stock agencies.  You would be accepted as a stock photographer with the requirement to shoot hundreds of images a month to submit to the agency to help keep their collection complete.

Today, the internet has changed the world of stock photography.  There are hundreds of web based micro-stock companies that have sprung up that have allowed even amateur photographers to be accepted as stock photographers if there work is good enough.  You can even get started with only a handful of images.

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Joanna Aims for Career as Playboy Model

Illinois talent Joanna has wanted to model for as long as she can remember. She finally got a chance to step in front of the camera at age 16, and has enjoyed working in the modeling field ever since.

When she was still a teenager, she worked with OneModelPlace.com photographers to build her portfolio. “I discovered OMP from an acquaintance I met through friends. Since joining the site, I have met some wonderful photographers who I’ve shot with and guided me.”

One she became of age, Joanna set her sights on a new career goal. “A few months ago, I went to the local Playboy casting here in Chicago. It was an adrenaline rush, because I’ve wanted to try out for a long time. I just had fun with it and hoped for the best.”

Her best was obviously more than good enough, because she was chosen to come back and shoot for Playboy’s online Coed of the Week feature. “I was selected as Coed of the Week the same day I tried out for Playboy. They asked me to come back and shoot again two days after the casting.”

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Fashion inspired by the movie Black Swan (Photos)

February 2, 2011 1 comment

Have you watched the Black Swan? Movie Critics as well as Models, Photographers from OneModelPlace.com are in amazed of the turn out of the movie. As posted by stuff.co.nz in relation to the industry, fashion is constantly drawing inspiration from other mediums, and film is no exception.

The fashion hype for Black Swan began when it was announced that the Mulleavy sisters of Rodarte would be designing Natalie Portman’s fantastical ballet gowns for the film.

The girls did not disappoint, and the dramatic style of the film has influenced fashion trends everywhere.

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