How To Succeed As A Webcam Model
In her easy to follow, blunt and entertaining manner, Melissa talks you through becoming a star of your own bedroom. She gives invaluable advice on the secrets of the webcam model - what, when and how to do it, buying props, preparation, dealing with odd requests and weirdoes.
She deals with finding the right agency, where the most money is made and how best to promote yourself. It's all there. More
This book will take you from not knowing the first thing about being a webcam model right through to making a real success of the business. Melissa, in her own inimitable style, will tell you about getting the room ready, sorting out publicity material, planning a performance, what props are needed, getting the most cash out of your clients, building up a clientbase of regulars and even dealing with weirdos and their requests.
While Melissa is deadly serious about making the maximum amount of cash from your webcam model appearances, she also has a real sense of humour so you should be prepared to laugh as you learn!
Men are like kids. They want to be told that their chosen ‘hot date’ is a sensuous and appealing creature who would make other men stop and rub their eyes. As a consequence, if all they see is someone in a tee-shirt and jeans (for example), it’s hardly going to entice them into parting with cash – not when there are other girls wearing leopard-skin bikinis, super-tight thongs, outfits with plunging necklines, stockings and suspenders, schoolgirl or nurse uniforms and so on.
These other girls are offering chilled champagne in fluted glasses and you’re providing orange squash in a chipped mug. There’s no competition, is there?
This is your first (and possibly your last) contact with a client therefore your photographs need to flatter and tempt. As a result, some of the factors which need to be taken into consideration include:
Lighting – not too harsh, and natural light is always better.
Setting – mustn’t distract by being ‘busy’. Use sheets to mask off such areas.
Make-up – you need to look your ‘wedding day’ best.
Composition – understand how ‘action’ photos work, where the eyes should be looking, what props you should have with you etc.
Resolution – photographs should be of the highest resolution (e.g. 10 Megapixel plus).