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A Guide To The Modeling Industry By Roger Talley
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A version of my professional guide designed expressly for modeling school students to teach them the things that are not normally part of the school curriculum. Deals with how all aspects of the... More > industry operate.< Less
The Professional's Guide to Modeling By Roger Talley
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Covers all aspects of the modeling industry, written by an agent and photographer with decades of experience. Describes modeling types you didn’t even know existed, what they require, and how... More > to get into them. Mainstream fashion and commercial modeling, alternative modeling types and the burgeoning new field of Internet modeling discussed in detail. Includes a special chapter on child modeling. Different types of agencies, and what to expect from each. Getting an agency (or getting work without one). What is expected of you by clients, casting directors and agencies. and who are all of those people? How go-sees and shoots work, and the paperwork involved. Modeling and the law: agency contracts, copyright and model’s rights, including samples of the commonly used forms. A detailed description of many modeling scams, and the myths that surround them. Model safety. Essay that decodes the things said by photographers and agents that don’t mean what they say.< Less
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Anselm's Gambit By Roger Talley
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Atheists have created some myths – about themselves, about Christians, about society – to deal in part with questions that arise as implications of the “There is no God”... More > decision. But are those myths true? This book examines those issues. It also suggests questions atheists need to be addressing once they get past the “so now what?” stage: Do I really have the freedom of choice to make my personal decisions? If God doesn’t constrain our choices, what does? What are our morals and values, and where do they come from? What really is sacred? Why? Would Moses, Jesus, Mohammed or Buddha look at the religions and say, “Yup, that’s what I intended all along. Good job!” How did we end up as this dysfunctional based on what appear to be some fundamentally good ideas? What can that tell us about our situation now? Finally, if we are not to have faith in God, is faith itself closed to us? If not, what, exactly does that mean, and how can we use faith properly?< Less