Albany Talent announces it has scheduled a TV2 seminar on advanced headshots, upper body movement and basic full-length catalog movement for Tuesday night,
January 22 from 6:30-8:30pm. The seminar will be taught by owner James Pentaudi and will take place at the Saratoga Springs office, 125 High Rock Avenue. Models must take PHOTO 1 to be a candidate for PHOTO 2. Call for information and to register, 518-334-2918.
Full-length catalog movement is the most difficult and exacting photographic movement in the modeling industry and PHOTO 2 is key toward preparing models to make the next step toward becoming skilled in front of the lens.
Below are two letters, one from an observing parent, the other from a student.
“My daughter Kassie just attended the Photomovement class with James Pentaudi last weekend. She really enjoyed it and came out of the training with a vast knowledge on how to be comfortable in front of the camera and how to take a great shot. James is truly a great instructor, full of energy and very engaging. His knowledge of the industry and his craft is evident in the seminar. His enthusiasm and love of what he does spills over to the students and leaves them with the ability to have confidence on their first photo-shoot. For this we are most appreciative. We are fortunate to be able to have such a great resource to work with.
James mentioned that there is the opportunity to take an Advanced Photomovement class. He said to send you an e-mail of our interest. Please include Kassie in this class once you set a date.
Again, Kassie really mastered so much working with James. On Wednesday, she will have her first photo-shoot with Alessandro Babini. She is eager to put her new skills to use!! Thanks so very much!”
“I just wanted to write to you and thank you for working with me. The class helped me so much in my shoot. I felt so natural doing everything and I trusted my own abilities. With out your lessons I don’t think I would have gotten as much out of the shoot. Thank you so much. You helped me to shine in front of the photographer (who told me I was a natural)! ”