An acquaintance of mine sets rise glamour magazines for various cities, he then goes out and sells marketing and advertising for these magazines, meets with the Economic Development Association. You see, he concentrates on towns and towns else areas and regions which are known for tourism and have high end resort communities. He had noted to me that it can be quite expensive hiring models, and preparing the advertisements for some of the local companies.
He told me that portion of his larger national advertising accounts had their individual marketing departments, models, and didn’t need his assistance, but local and territorial businesses often did. They also appreciated whereas he hired local talent, good-looking men and women for the display advertising. He also had explained to me how difficult it was working with new talent and models who didn’t know exactly what they were doing. Of course, that too efficient be a thing of the past as the magazine publishing industry is changing. Let’s vary ahead and garrulous about this shall we?
There is an interesting article you might wish to read in the Wall Street Journal on January 24, 2013 titled; “Retail Conjure Virtual Models,” aside Sven Grundberg and Anna Molin which alerts all models to “look out” because your job is almost to be replaced not concerning robots mere along photo-shopped pictures of a virtual you, or worse a implied image not like you, one which you will receive no compensation for. In other words, your skinny-little rear-end isn’t going to be needed anymore gliding down the runway.
It seems as if the digital world is taking our jobs as fast as the robots are, or as precipitous since we are off shoring our jobs to China these days. Could it be that those in the modeling profession and all the photo models will become a thing of the past? Are their jobs in jeopardy? It appears so, but we probably shouldn’t exist surprised. Still, on condition that you discriminate anything about copyright, trademarks, and modeling you also realize that utilizing someone’s “likeness” can also be a form of pirated property.
Does this mean that there will afsluiting digitally enhanced avatars which will not hold a likeness regarding every popular model, just the proper features, shading, and body shape which is appealing to the readers? If so, this could completely change what our society believes to be beautiful in the future. And it would once again all be based on a myth of false perfection perhaps? Or will these digital avatar models have cunning flaws to make them aspect human? Yes, the glamour publishing magazine business is changing isn’t it? Indulge consider all this and think on it.