Are there different types of modeling ?

Fashion modelling: Includes fashion shoots for magazines; mail order catalogues and live shows for reputed fashion houses.

Editorial/Print Modelling: This refers to photography for magazines, including covers. This work offers a lot of exposure to first time models.

Catalogue Modelling: Models are hired to appear in catalogues like Otto Burlington to sell clothes/everyday products. Requirements are flexible.

Commercial Print Modelling: Models are photographed to promote a product on billboards, buses, magazines and newspapers.

Runway (Ramp) Modelling: For all you catty types. You must look comfortable and make even the dullest outfit look attractive to the audience.

The Showroom/Event modelling: You'll be on the pay roll of export houses, garment manufacturers or large clothing retailers. You'll wear finished designs to display their cut, drape and workmanship to buyers. You will pose with a car in auto exhibitions, when a car model is launched.