Offer a Variety
Keep the “less is more” theme in mind, but offer a variety of photos. Include shots taken from various angles and those that show various percentages of your body. For example, include a headshot, body shot, three-quarter shot and so on.
Also, add both black-and-white and color photos, if available.
Additionally, choose photos from different shots to demonstrate versatility.
Include a Resume
While not completely necessary, a resume can add value to your modeling portfolio. By doing so, you’ll highlight your past modeling assignments to potential clients, which could be beneficial to your cause - particularly if you’ve worked with high-profile clients.
Scrap the Bling
If jewelry isn’t part of the gig you seek or otherwise important, keep photos of yourself wearing it to a minimum in your portfolio. You’ll want potential clients to focus on you, not a shiny chain or necklace.