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Is Getting Your Children Into Modeling A Wise Choice?

by Marc T. Romero Business Consultant, Marketing
There are thousands of advertisements involving new born babies to kids every year, shooting for mega children brands. We always see these advertisements showcase everywhere on mega billboards, magazines, and newspapers and even on the side of our social media pages. Thoughts like 'how I wish my kids can be like them', 'awhhh they look so cute!' would cross parents' minds. Little did they know, they too can send their kids off for modeling! Only a few parents would really take the effort of searching high and low for modeling opportunities for their little precious ones. Others would probably just shrug it off thinking that 'nah my kids wouldn't do it' but you never know really, or some would think that is pretty dodgy and worry that clients might force children to do things that they're uncomfortable with. To help parents in dilemma and can't seem to decide whether to grant your children exposure or not. Here are some reasons by our experts at Child Actor LA why you should!

1) Think of it as giving your kids exposure


Modeling is something 'fun and exciting' I'd say, especially for kids! Kids occasionally get to have fun playing around with production crew. Meet people from all walks of life. Not only that, kids gets to learn how to position and express themselves in front of cameras.

2) It teaches your children to be discipline


Your children can't be fooling all the time on set; some scenes require your children to show specific emotions or action. It trains your child to be discipline and to follow orders.

3) Good attitude is what lands jobs


Trust me, production crew wouldn't want to spend hours and raising their voices just so the kid could obey orders. Crews want to work with kids who are sweet and obedient to make filming faster and more enjoyable. So if your kid is those who just do whatever he/she wants and tend to be rude, throwing tantrums on set. You can be sure your kid won't be in for the next assignment.

4) Groom your kids to earn their own income!


If this is not strong enough to make you think twice on considering sending your kids to modeling, I'm not sure what can anymore. Start your kids young and prepare them for the future! Groom them to earn for what they want or to save up; they can't always depend on their parents to buy everything for them. Parents will supply your needs; if you want something get it yourself! I strongly believe that children should have this mindset, independent and strong-will. Think of it, wouldn't you and your children feel proud to know that the money store in their bank accounts are earned and not given freely?

5) Learn to dress up well


Of course being a kid model would definitely impact your children's wardrobe sense. They'd learn to dress themselves up well and to take care of themselves more compare to other kids!

6) Bring up your children's confidence level


Often we meet children with no self-confidence, they have the 'my friend is better looking than me', 'I can't do it' mentality. That's where kids modeling come in to help boost your child's confidence level. Photographers and agents will train your child to always portray confidence or it will show in their pictures. With that training your child would gradually up his/her confidence and slowly it becomes natural to them.

The modeling world is vast and fast paced. It can be quite mean and unpredictable, but with the right modeling agency for your child surely they can overcome these challenges. Read Child Actor LA scam prevention advice to identify and avoid wrong agency. No job is easy and no challenge is too big to overcome. Don't hesitate further and contact modeling agencies near you to inquire more!


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About Marc T. Romero Advanced   Business Consultant, Marketing

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Created on Aug 25th 2019 05:12. Viewed 245 times.

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