How to Communicate Effectively WIth Nude and Erotic Models

For the most part, the initial interaction between a photographer and a model will be no different than that of any two people when first meeting. Sometimes, two people like each other immediately; sometimes they don’t. Sometimes it takes a while to get to know a person; sometimes all the time in the world won’t make a difference. It often seems as though whether or not two individuals will get along well comes down to some sort of cosmic roll of the dice. However, if you learn to pay attention to a few things, you’ll be able to find clues before the dice stop tumbling.

Within a few moments of meeting a new model, I will know – with near certainty – whether she and I are going to get along well. Even if she is initially nervous, defensive, or otherwise “not being herself”; I’ll still able to get a good sense of the person she really is.

While I’m not implying that I\’m some sort of “Model Whisperer”, I do believe I possess an ability to resist an urge that many men do not: This urge is the one that tells men they must “sell” themselves to a new woman. This urge typically results in men constantly talking about themselves and their achievements (real or imagined). And, the more attractive a woman is, the more a man will feel the need to “impress” her with tales of his “exploits and abilities”.

Because of this, by simply using an alternative approach that consists of being relatively quiet upon meeting a new woman – along with taking an actual interest in her life – you will immediately stand out from the rest of the pack.

In essence, what you’ll be doing is taking the pressure off yourself to make a good impression and, instead, simply taking a genuine interest in the person you’re speaking with. Instead of spending all your time answering questions that she, most likely, didn’t even ask, put your energy toward learning more about her. Simply ask her questions and, most importantly, listen to her answers.

You’ll quickly find that everyone has interesting things happening in their life. Most likely, she will not be an exception. However, you can’t simply decide to speak less about yourself without adding the component of listening more to her. If you make this mistake, you’ll just come off looking like a boring bystander. As Spinal Tap’s David St. Hubbins once said, “It’s such a fine line between stupid and clever.”

Admittedly, the depth of connection between you and your models will differ from shoot to shoot. Still, it should go without saying that the interaction between you and a nude model will take place on a more intense level than the interaction between you and a non-nude model. I discuss this topic in more detail in my ebook, “Money Shots: The Insider’s Guide to the World of Nude & Erotic Photography” (available for purchase and immediate download at http://moneyshotsbook.com)

The inevitable openness that occurs during a nude photo shoot simply does not occur in other types of jobs or social situations. At the very least, this openness will give you a sizable head start if you are interested in taking a relationship with a model beyond just the shoot.

Author Bio: Michael Charles is a professional photographer based in Los Angeles, California. He is the author of \”Money Shots: The Insider\’s Guide to the World of Nude & Erotic Photography\” (this book is available for purchase and immediate download at http://www.moneyshotsbook.com). For over a decade, Michael has shot exclusively in the world of nude, erotic, and adult-oriented photography. His work has been featured in hundreds of national and international publications and appears on a wide variety of prominent websites. For a complete course on the techniques, styles, moneymaking secrets, and amazing fringe benefits of nude and erotic photography, visit http://www.moneyshotsbook.com

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