Want to know how to build a photography portfolio? How to build a modelling portfolio? How to make a makeup artist portfolio? Test shoot, test shoot, test shoot.
I want to become a freelance fashion stylist. I want to become a freelance photographer. I want to learn how to become a successful freelance makeup artist.
Want to design a mood board? Not quite sure where to start? Creative freelancers use mood boards to help develop their creative visions for projects. Like scrap booking in school, freelancers take images and other pieces of inspiration from a variety of sources and use mood boards to arrange and organise them in one place.
So you want to plan a photoshoot with other freelancers, but you’re not quite sure where to start. Perhaps you need a hand deciding on a particular fashion shoot concept? Maybe you’re not quite sure how to compile a fashion photography mood board?
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Test shoots can take up a lot of time but get it right and it can be really worthwhile. A successful shoot can result in a great day with loads of images in your portfolio. However, it’s not always smooth sailing, mistakes are made and it can be a complete waste of time. Here are our Top Mistakes that are made when test shooting and how to prevent them:
We speak to 100s of employers, brands and companies who use The Freelancer Club to hire freelance talent. The number one thing they look for? The Portfolio. Test Shoots, TFP, TF, collaborations, whatever you prefer to call them, shooting with a team is vital. You'll add to your portfolio, improve your skills and meet some creative folks. Whether you are new to test shooting or you have got a few years experience, we've put together an essential guide to make the most out of your test shoots. Enjoy!
Planning on collaborating with another freelancer anytime soon? As highlighted in previous articles, the benefits of collaboration are plentiful. But what about the process itself? What are the key ingredients needed to pull off a successful freelance collaboration?