Today we feature Samantha Rose of Las Vegas, NV as our GMM feature. Shot by Staffer Roger Talley, let’s take a moment and get to know more about Samantha wow!SamO097

Who is this lovely lady?

This is Samantha Rose of Las Vegas

When did you guys shoot?

These pictures are from two shoots in November of 2013.

 

How many times have you guys shot?

I’ve shot Samantha a total of three times now.

 

Did she live up to your expectation when it came to modeling?

She did. I’d seen her work with others, so knew what to expect, and she lived up to it

 

What was something, other than her beauty, you noticed right away?

What I noticed about her was her expressiveness when she posed.  That, and her obvious beauty, was why I wanted to work with her.

What is something this model taught you?

Height doesn’t matter, except when it does.  Samantha is quite short, but so slip that she photographs much taller.  Her body proportions are the same as a 5’10” fashion model’s would be.

Is Samantha still modeling?

Yes, and still working as a showgirl.  Visitors to Las Vegas can often find her in showgirl costume at the Fremont Street Experience downtown.  Tip her well – that’s how they make their money.

 

If you had the chance to do it all over, would you?

Of course.  She is an excellent model, and it was a pleasure working with her.

 

About The Author

Staff Photographer

Roger grew up in Vancouver, BC, then joined the US Air Force, where he worked as a linguist and intelligence officer. He also spent years working as an Aerospace engineer for Lockheed Martin. Along the way, Roger got a degree in photography, which he used with the Air Force, but also began working as a photojournalist, commercial and fashion photographer. He has shot 75 TV ads, and stopped counting a long time ago at his 200th editorial tear sheet. For five years Roger owned and operated a model agency in New York City, and now lives and works with photography and models in Las Vegas. He is the author of a book on modeling, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0615146775/, and is the primary author of the modeling advice website www.newmodels.com

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Solve : *
40 ⁄ 20 =