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Talent :

The performing side of modelling, as in acting, singing or dancing.

Tears :

Pages from magazines or other printed matter featuring the model's image in circulation (as opposed to prints from photographers). Tears are used as proof that a model has experience and the ability to work well. Also called tearsheets.

Tearsheets :

Pages from magazines or other printed matter featuring the model's image in circulation (as opposed to prints from photographers). Tearsheets are used as proof that a model has experience and the ability to work well. Also called tears.

Tests/Testshoots/Testing :

Photoshoots that the model does to increase the amount of shots in his/her portfolio. Tests are normally done to give the model a different look than what can already be found in his/her book, thereby showcasing the model's diversity.

Tests/Testshoots/Testing :

Photoshoots that the model does to increase the amount of shots in his/her portfolio. Tests are normally done to give the model a different look than what can already be found in his/her book, thereby showcasing the model's diversity.

Three-quarter length :

A photograph consisting of the model's head, torso, and any area below the waist, but above the ankles

Time-for-Prints (TFP) / Trade-for-Pic :

An arrangement where a photographer agrees to give a certain amount of prints to a model in exchange for her time spent posing.

Tote :

A bag usually carried by models to their bookings containing tools required to complete the assignment. Items included may be Static Guard, a sewing kit, a makeup kit, extra shoes, and various kinds of undergarments.

Tote :

A bag usually carried by models to their bookings containing tools required to complete the assignment. Items included may be Static Guard, a sewing kit, a makeup kit, extra shoes, and various kinds of undergarments.

Trade Show :

A show geared towards a certain segment of the population, containing booths and displays. Models are often hired as hostesses and spokesmodels as a way of attracting attention to one of competing displays.

Trompe L'Oeil :

An artistic technique where realistic imagery is used so to appear three dimensional. 

Trunk Show :

A collection from a single designer, which generally travels to selected stores that retail that designer's clothes. Small-scale fashion shows are then presented right in the store, before the collection moves on.