I'd make a rotten "magazine fashion photographer" because I prefer women with some curves to a typical "size zero" runway model, and then poses that let the woman show off the outfit and the outfit show off the woman at the saem time.
I get why they use same size models for runway, there's no time to fit everyone so if we know that everyone is the same size, with no curves it's easier to just throw everything on everyone and to also not be as distracted by the womans body (cause honestly if a girl's got hips and all sorts of stuff going on I'm not gonna care as much about the clothing lol hell any victoria secret runway show...)
Oh I get wanting 1 size for runway (UK and I think Europe catwalk); I feel that well-cut clothes should enhance the wearer, and similarly that they will enhance a well-chosen and made outfit. I want my photography to reflect that rather than show an outfit hanging on an anorectic stick insect (which you're not; you're nicely curvy).
well thank you very much but yeah if they had to worry about making sample sizes to fit different shapes it would be kinda a hassle don't ya think. (oh remember that one is size 5 so she can't wear stuff in that stack) I can understand shooting different things photography wise. There's usually not as much of a rush and so many genre's of photography that you can do different things with different ppl ya know
Well, in this specific case I just think that if you were standing more upright it would remove that deep shadow where the underside of your boobs, your stomach, the top of your hips, and whatever you're wearing down there all sort of vanish into each other.