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Featured DFW TFP group rules
July 25, 2016 Oleg

Hello and welcome!
DFW TFP is a place for Dallas / Fort Worth photographers, models, hair and make up artists, costume designers, etc to meet and find each other for TFP shoots.

TFP is “Time for Prints“, and it implies that nobody gets paid. It’s free. No payment. No compensation. Everyone donates his/her time and skills in exchange for the photos.

Do:

  1. Introduce yourself. Tell us who you are and what you do. Show us your work!
  2. Let us know your location and general schedule / availability
  3. Post TFP model/MUA/etc calls
  4. Tell your friends about this group
  5. BE nice and professional to each other

Do Not:

  1. post if you don’t live in DFW area.
  2. post anything that is not TFP related
  3. post ads, gigs, anything requiring or implying any payment
  4. post anything related to fashion shows, magazines, or similar businesses
  5. be rude or use obscene language

Posting Guidelines:

  1. When posting photographs, make sure you tag everyone in them: the photographer, the model, the make up artist, the stylist, everyone who contributed.
  2. If you are posting multiple pictures, don’t post them separately. You can easily flood the group timeline like that. Instead, add all photos to one single post or gallery.
  3. Don’t share posts from your timeline or other groups, leading people away from the group. Instead upload the pictures to DFW TFP group directly, leading people to comment under the post itself.
  4. It’s ok to post mood boards or a set of reference photos, but please make sure you mention if they are not yours. Otherwise you’ll lead people to believe you took them.
  5. Although we appreciate such forms of art as sexually explicit photography, nudity, horror, gore, and violence, they (with a few rare exceptions) are not welcomed in this group. If you think your works are visually pleasing and worth submitting, ask one of the admins or moderators before posting them. Don’t complain if your post gets deleted if you haven’t asked us before submission.

Please pay attention to the “Do Not” section above. Violators will be excluded from the group.

#PAINTING contest winners!
January 16, 2017 Oleg Comments

Here, we have the results of the #PAINTING contest.
We had several judging criteria:

  • Concept & Idea: Idea, Emotion, Feeling, Mood, Impact, Creativity, Originality, Style
  • Technical Value: Exposure, Focal distance, Focus, Sharpness, Depth of field, Lighting, Noise, etc
  • Modeling: Model choice, Posing, Commitment, Expression
  • Makeup, Design, Effort: Make up, Hair, Dress, Design elements, General Effort level, etc

This way, with this categories, a newbie photographer with a cheap camera, but who would go an extra mile, put a lot of effort into the shoot, etc — can win over a professional photographer with a,000 worth equipment. After all, this was a contest of TFP projects, not a contest of who has the most expensive camera, right?

1st PLACE ervaringen

I’m proud to present you the winner of the contest! Such a dedication!
This entry also won the “Best Makeup” special category prize! Bravo!

Project idea, makeup and hair: JaDe Rain
Models: Evanne Renae Haag & Nguyen Ngoc Huong
Photographer: William Staudt
Photo Assist: Krystel Lynn Pitts

The team gets the following prizes:

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2nd PLACE

Jason cheated a bit. The contest name and theme stated to use a classical painting. We’ve defined “classical” as “the artist must be dead and the painting should probably hang somewhere in a museum”.

Jason’s choice — Jeffrey Catherine Jones’s painting — isn’t anywhere in a museum. Her outlandish paintings are all over fantasy books covers. But she is deceased now, not so long ago, in 2011; so technically — “dead”. Considering this, the submission was accepted and — hey! Won the 2nd place!

Photographer: Jason Lott
Models: Ana Buenrostro & Lexie Ray​
Make up: Ana Buenrostro

“Sacrifice”
By: Jeffrey Catherine Jones
1944-2000

The team gets the following prizes:

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3rd PLACE

Vu Man submitted 3 entries for the contest. Three different projects, three different models — and totally according to the contest rules. We appreciate his dedication to win! Of course one of the works won!

This is quite a simple portrait, the one many have copied. But the quality of the work, style, modeling, mood, details — wow! This is exactly how you recreate a painting!

Photographer: Vu Man
Model: Savannah Rae Collins

The team gets the following prizes:

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And finally, let’s all than our partners who helped make all this to happen:

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#PAINTING contest entries
January 3, 2017 Oleg Comments

Happy New Year, members of DFW TFP!

Our #PAINTING contest is officially over. This time we have only 12 submissions, but they are so worth it!
We’ve got some great, amazing works here! I appreciate the time and effort you all put in your projects, especially because of the holidays season when we all were so busy! Excellent job!
The contests results will be announced later this week, stay tuned!


2nd contest! Classical painting!
October 31, 2016 Oleg Comments

Friends! We’re announcing the second DFW TFP photo contest!
If you’re interested in the previous contest follow this link to catch up!

,000+ worth of prizes!!!

THIS MONTH’S THEME

For this contest we ask you to recreate a CLASSICAL PAINTING
Well, it’s easy. You take ANY well known classical painting and recreate it in a photo.
Here are couple of most obvious examples you may have already seen online:

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#CROWN contest Winners!
August 29, 2016 Oleg Comments

Friends, I’m happy to announce the #CROWN contest winners!
Judging was not easy. 47 works submitted, and most of them were So Good!
We had several judging criteria:

  • Concept & Idea: Idea, Emotion, Feeling, Mood, Impact, Creativity, Originality, Style
  • Technical Value: Exposure, Focal distance, Focus, Sharpness, Depth of field, Lighting, Noise, etc
  • Aesthetics & Processing: Composition, Framing, Background, Design elements, Colors, Retouching
  • Modeling: Model choice, Posing, Commitment, Expression
  • Makeup, Design, Effort: Make up, Hair, Dress, Design elements, General Effort level, etc

This way, with this categories, a newbie photographer with a cheap camera, but who would go an extra mile, put a lot of effort into the shoot, etc — can win over a professional photographer with a,000 worth equipment. After all, this was a contest of TFP projects, not a contest of who has the most expensive camera, right?

1st PLACE

I’m proud to present you the winners of the contest!

Photographer: Alyssa Macey
Make up and hair: Veronica Davalos de Verdaguer
Model: Audrey English

The photo is clickable to reveal the original work:

1-st place

The team gets the following prizes:

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21+ premade site designs, or create your own (no coding needed), Optional HTML and CSS customization, Use your own domain name, Turnkey storefront and e-commerce-optimized galleries, Fulfill orders with top labs: Bay Photo, WHCC, EZPrints, etc. Sell digital photo downloads, Set site wide pricing. Create custom pricelists and coupons to accommodate every client. Group galleries under events for clients to choose their favorites and share with friends and family. Brand shipped client orders and offer gift-wrapped packaging, etc
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2nd PLACE

Photographer: Jason Lott
Computer graphics: Jason Lott
Model: Gee Vee

The photo is clickable to reveal the original work:

2-nd place

The team gets the following prizes:

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crazymerman worth brush soap from Crazy Merman
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3rd PLACE

There were several entries competing for the third place. All were great, and it was impossible to choose!
But what if I told you that Matthew got his first camera only 6 months ago???

Photographer: Matthew Hillery
Makeup: Kimberly Allen
Models: Miranda Morta & Tina the Snake
Wardrobe & Flower Crown: Miranda Morta
Assistant: Sib Malik

The photo is clickable to reveal the original work:

3-rd place

The team gets the following prizes:

skillshare worth SkillShare.com PREMIUM account 12 month subscription
Skillshare is a global learning community for creators. Anyone can take thousands of online classes or even teach a class themselves. There are hundreds of photography classes, classes on photo editing, post processing: Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, etc
mirrorlessmover worth Think Tank Mirrorless Mover 5 photo bag
Slim, soft case specifically designed for Apple products fits an Pad® + iPhone® 6 and accessories, each in secure dedicated pockets. Separate dedicated pockets for an iPad and iPhone 6 and other Apple accessories. Expansive accessory compartment with clear zippered pockets and mesh pouches. Premium-quality YKK® zippers and durable, long-lasting materials
crazymerman worth brush soap from Crazy Merman
Crazy Merman’s Brush soap is handmade with only the highest quality, vegan, and cruelty free ingredients. Their fusion of coconut and olive oil removes makeup from natural and synthetic brushes, leaving them luxuriously soft, clean and conditioned. Because of their lack of harsh chemicals, Crazy Merman soaps are also perfect for cleaning beauty sponges and other tools.
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THUMBS UP AWARD

We also want to present you an entry that has received very high scores. High scores in technical quality, aesthetics, processing and design. And we were surprised to know that Evan got his first camera 6 months ago as well! We award Evan with this incentive award certificate! Bravo, Evan!

Photo: Evan Michael Woods
Model: Caitlin Leiva

The photo is clickable to reveal the original work:

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You all done amazing job, guys! Thank you for participation!
I welcome your to stay tuned for the next contest which will be announced pretty soon!


#CROWN contest entries
August 22, 2016 Oleg Comments

#CROWN contest has officially ended!

We got 47 submissions, look how they all look together! This is massive! I thank you all for participation!
So happy to see how everyone went above and beyond! So many projects done! Lovely!
The submissions are currently being prepared for the judges.

Here are all entries on one page, doesn’t it look AMAZING?

#CROWN all works together

USAGE LICENSE
August 15, 2016 Oleg Comments

We’ve discussed what a Model Release is.
Model Release is a way for photographers to secure their rights to publish the images they’ve taken.
Now, let’s talk about models.

What secures the rights of the model to use the images in his/her portfolio? Can he/she use them? The photographer holds the copyright to the photos he takes and, technically, nobody but him can use this photos without photographers permission. …

Summer send-off meetup
August 2, 2016 Oleg Comments

meetup

DFW TFP group announces its first official photo meetup! Let’s all meet and greet each other, and shoot some summer fashion pictures too!
Also, we’ll be holding #CROWN contest award ceremony!

August Contest! Flower Crown
July 30, 2016 Oleg

Fellow friends! I’m proud to announce the first TFP photo contest in our group!

0 worth of prizes!!!

We’ll be running this contest every month, so buckle up and get ready!

THIS MONTH’S THEME

Our first contest’s theme is FLOWER CROWN
Either a flower crown, flower hairpiece, or flower hair wraith must be present in your submission.

crown

Although the flower crown is traditionally worn by females, your model’s gender will not be a constraint in this contest. In fact, a flower crown can be photographed on a table, in a landscape, or with whatever you please. Your submission does not require a model. …

Model Release
July 25, 2016 Oleg

What is a Model Release?

A model release is a legal release signed by the subject of a photograph or video granting permission to use or publish the photograph or video in one form or another. You can also read a full description of what a model release is at Wikipedia.

If you are including in your item the face or identifiable features of any person on video or recognizable private property, photograph, or a traced illustration, you will need a signed model release from that person or property owner.

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What is TFP?
July 22, 2016 Oleg

Getting started in photography is expensive. Sometimes frustratingly so. This expense tends to compound a bit if one has to pay professional models to build a portfolio. Fortunately, you don’t. Models also need to build a portfolio, so collaborating with photographers to create images becomes extremely valuable. TFP has becomes a keystone of the beauty/fashion/glamor world.

Ok, what does TFP stand for?

TFP is an acronym for “Time for Prints” and is a common term used by models and photographers. It can also mean “trade for prints” or “test for prints”.

In general, TFP signifies that the photographer will provide the model with prints of the photos they take, in exchange for her modeling services. These prints may either be physical (for example, 8×10 glossy prints to add to your portfolio), or digital (photos sent to you via email or social media). It is important to clarify with the photographer before the shoot.

Lately sometimes it’s referred to as TFCD (time for CD) or simply TF (time for ….)

So how is it free?

These terms signify that the model and photographer (or makeup artist, stylist, etc.) are in full agreement that the work and services they are providing is a trade amongst themselves; neither party will receive a payment, nor will they make a payment. Their “currency” is the service they are providing, not money.

There are benefits to both parties of such an arrangement: the model (make up artist, etc) can build a portfolio to show to prospective clients at little or no cost, while the photographer gets a model for a particular project.

Are there any common rules for this shoots?

Every TFP photo shoot  is negotiated separately — therefore, conditions may vary every time.

The number of pictures which the photographer delivers to the model significantly varies. Speed of delivery can vary widely as well, from a CD burned at the end of the shoot before the model leaves up to several months.

The type of modeling that the model is willing to do should be clearly understood before the shoot starts. Such as, will the model be fully clothed or will there be a degree of nudity. The model must make it clear before hand what he or she is willing to do and the photographer must make it clear what he or she expects from the model as well.

A photographer should NEVER push a model past what she has agreed to do, and a model should never feel pressured to go to a level that she is uncomfortable with. If you find that you are being asked to do things that make you uncomfortable, stop what you are doing, regroup, tell the photographer how you are feeling, and if they still push you, you must leave the set.

What about usage rights?

Depending on local laws, the model or the photographer might agree to limit the use of pictures from a shoot. The model may agree to only use specifically agreed pictures on online portfolios (to avoid sub-standard pictures that damage the photographer’s reputation), or the photographer may agree to only use certain images in printed publications and not on the internet. This conditions are often mentioned in contract and/or model release document sides sign prior to the shoot.

Contracts? What contracts?

Every shoot is different. It’s highly advised that all parties involved put all their terms and expectations on paper: like type of shoot, shoot description, results expectation (how many photos, what way and how soon), usage rights, etc.

Surely you can go shoot TFP without any contract or release. But having one will help to prevent any further misunderstandings and/or legal issues for all parties involved. Better make it a rule and stick to it every shoot you go into!

See our article about Model Releases and get some helpful sample releases!

Enough with boring stuff!

First and foremost, TFP is about free collaboration.
It’s about putting heads together and creating. It’s about energy. It’s about art.

Go shoot!

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