Who will be the next Face of Desi Lou Photography
Who will be the next Face of Desi Lou Photography

4 Girls in the running to become the next Face of Desi Lou Photography

The annual competition to find the next face of Desi Lou Photography has began. In the running this year are four girls Rhianna Danson, Kristin Wimble, Larissa Lefroy & Kristin Platt. Voting has opened both on Facebook & Instagram pages of Desi Lou Photography and you can have your say just by liking there images. Voting closes to the public January 15th 2017.
Top 3 girls will then battle it out in another photoshoot which will have a boho/country chic theme & i'm so excited over this years competition all the girls are stunning and each girl has something special to offer the industry. One of these lucky girls will win a 1yr Desi Lou Photography contract with photoshoots including styling, makeup/hair artist Salon 5 Sixty & Hailey Ryan.
Interview and photoshoot for Radio DJ, DJ Struth Mate from WestStar Radio, 3x photoshoot featuring designs by Daziy Nimbin. Plus a photoshoot & feature in Nimbin Zone Magazine.
Its such a great start for these young models, the industry can be tuff to get into this competition will help them be comfortable in there own skin and in front of the camera.
This year there are some fab prizes for the winner to really get there portfolio going. We have been doing live podcasts of the girls in action on photo shoot for the competition this year and the response has been very positive.
Be sure to keep up to date on the 2017 competition that is in full swing now on social media! Who do you choose!


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