One Line of Advice Part 1 Photos Not Necessary

Photos Not Necessary

Not sure if I will continue this “One Line of Advice” series, but here goes my 1st Line of Advice:

Getting a job as a fashion photographers assistant does NOT involve the showing of YOUR own work or personal portfolio to the photographer you are applying to. What matters is demonstrating to him/her that YOU CAN work!

About Benjamin Kanarek

Fashion and Beauty Photographer. Some of the magazines I have shot for include: VOGUE (China, Portugal, Brazil, Italia, Paris and South America & Mexico editions), RG VOGUE Brazil, Harper’s BAZAAR (China, en Español & Latin America, Hong Kong, Italy editions), L’Officiel Paris, ELLE (Spain, Portugal and Greece editions), Madame Figaro (France), Cosmopolitan (France and Italy editions), Glamour (France), Votre Beauté, Jardin des Modes, Dépêche Mode, New York Daily News, Fashion District News, New York Times Magazine, W (British edition), WWD, Fashion Magazine (Canada), Flare (Canada), Oyster, Tank, WestEast…

  • London College of Fashion is one of the leading centres of fashion education in the world, and the only college in the UK to specialise in fashion education, research and consultancy” />

  • Amyn Nasser

    That’s right!

  • Helen Olds

    Here here! I don’t want to see my assistant’s work up front. Maybe down the line if it’s more of a mentorship but I don’t want to feel like they are competition. Glad someone else said it too 🙂

  • graphire78

    awesome 🙂 ha ha

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