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Posted by Casting on 25 September 2002 - 07:02 AM
Reputable agencies do will not insist that you use "their" photographer because "he is the best". A good agency will recommend a few photographers and let you meet with them to look at their portfolios. Pick a photographer that has a style that you like. It is most important for you to like the photographs in your portfolio because you are the one that has to sell yourself.
Posted by Casting on 25 September 2002 - 06:45 AM
To find out if a Talent Agency is Licensed in California you can go here: http://www.dir.ca.go...selr/talag.html
Agents do not advertise!
According to the indusrty's EIC Code of Ethics, talent and background agents cannot advertise to the general public.
Agents do not provide photographic services or give classes!
A reputable agent may suggest specific photographers or classes to you but cannot require you to use them.
Children and extras do not need professional-quality photos!
Babies and toddlers never need professional photos. Extras need to provide a snapshot to their agents. Children under the age of ten do not need professional photos unless they are working regularly.
An agent cannot guarantee work!
An agent who tells you that they have work for you must give you a copy of the signed contract along with the details of the job (who is hiring you, what you will be paid, etc.)
Agents are not casting directors!
Agents earn commissions when their clients work. Casting directors are paid by the production and never take money from performers for any reason.
Agents usually represent actors, extras or models. Be wary if the agency claims to represent all of these categories.
A principal agent will rarely represent you if you have no experience or training!
Legitimate talent agents usually require actors to have some professional training and some theater or film experience. Only background agents will represent inexperienced people who have no training and will generally try to get them non-speaking roles as extras.
So, if you cannot get your pics on for any reason, simply let me know via online messenger adding your pic as an attachment, then I shall put it into this album for you!
Alternatively, prompt my and I can take the pic from your main page and add it in that way!