TFP (time for prints, trade for prints, or sometimes test for prints)
is a trade agreement between a photographer and a model, whereby the
photographer agrees to shoot the model and the model agrees to pose for
the photographer, without either one paying the other.
In a TFP shoot both the photographer and the model have full and equal rights to the resulting images produced during the shoot.
This is the most common method used by both photographers and models alike to build their portfolios when they are first starting out, and to keep their portfolios fresh and up to date with new material after they are established and throughout the rest of their careers.
As a photographer I am always on the lookout for someone or something new and different to photograph.
When my scheduling permits, I will be happy to assist anyone wishing to shoot TFP, whether it's to help build your portfolio or just to create an image of art that we both can appreciate and be proud of.
If shot in my studio you will have full use of the dressing room and makeup area to help you achieve just the look you want. Location shoots are also possible.
If you're interested in shooting TFP I encourage you to reach out and contact me.