Hi. I do these edits on my DA and would love to edit this picture, I will do it similarly to the ones on this account. I can do edits other people want me to do by sending me a URL link or I just do ones for myself, they don't take long to make less than a minute unless I'm busy.
A bunch of prostitots, strippers and middle-aged house wives trying to make it big by wearing cheap corsets they bought at Walmart and posting pics to /b/, Myspace and other places where sick fucks will fap to them and tell them how pretty they are. Considering how few of these Internet Models are actually professionals or have any idea how the industry really works, they make easy pickings for assholes and others that are looking to use them like a tissue and throw them away after they cum in them. The only real way to make money by being an Internet Model is to work with professional porn sites. Many Internet Models actually make the leap into being full fledged porn stars through these. They go from posting softcore artsy pictures to posting hardcore fucking videos in a matter of months. After spending time around porn stars they realize quickly that fans aren't interested in their face, but their pussy. Sometimes attention whores like to claim to be Internet Models, but ask them for a list of credentials and they will only stare at you like you have three heads. Most commonly they will just direct you to their Myspace and act like how many "friends" they have actually means something.
Untrue. I have a couple of friends who earn a small amount of money (perhaps a couple thousand or so per year) by simply posing every so often (in appropriate, non-nude pictures). The photographer's incentive isn't to "fap off," but rather to build his or her portfolio, so that they can eventually launch a business doing weddings or senior portraits or whatever... and the model usually does it for fun, and for a little extra pocket money. Not every "internet model," is a whore, and not every photographer or viewer is a pervert. I know for me, it's all about building the all-important portfolio, and simply for practice. Don't stereotype.