...Italian Vogue...

So recently some of my friends from Brooks had been loading things on Facebook about how Italian Vogue had selected some of their photos. Slightly grumbling with jealousy I looked through what they had selected and then shook it off and decided to investigate what they were doing and found it was simple. Sign up to start a portfolio on their website and upload images. The editor of Italian Vogue and others went through the images one by one and decided wether they fit the criteria and could be showcased on the site. So you uploaded, named the image, gave a quick description, added some tags to easily search by and sent it in. The ones awaiting approval could be seen but as soon as they had been rejected they disappeared from the area. Or if they were accepted they showed up in your portfolio. My initial upload of about five images immediately disappeared.  Slightly dismayed I moved on. Then I started looking through some other people's portfolios on the site and realized I needed to try again. I then uploaded about 20 or so images and yes they finally picked some. Although some of them I never would have thought they'd pick but I'm not complaining! So here are the photos they chose. I love that they have the Vogue Italia watermark on them, haha, just makes me smile. I don't want to lead anyone on though, it is simply on their website and no I don't shoot for Vogue and only the top 4 photos will be published in their magazine BUT it did say that having work selected is a huge beneficial way to get your name into the Vogue community. So here is the link: Italian Vogue Profile and here are the images:

Models Include: Nicolette Amarillas, Olivia Shove, Casey Fyfe (me), Stephen Gutierrez, Danielle Sepanik, Dessaray Greminger, Morrigan Drew, Laura Lausade, Ammi Tanaka, & Pilar Alexandria