First and probably most important, let me introduce myself. My name is Aura, and I started working as a webcam model a little over seven years ago. The majority of the texts you would be able to read are based on the personal experience as a virtual careerist. Begin as someone who has never had the opportunity to learn about this industry before. I'd also like to dispel some myths from which people frequently draw conclusions.

Have I ever regretted it?

A job where you don't know who you'll run into every day,  what will you learn or discover, time freedom, and possibly the only job in which you are compensated for your own time?
All those reasons made me accept this job among all the others I was applying to.
How difficult can it be to sit in front of a computer, chatting with others and looking at yourself in the camera? As in every beginning - unusual!

Let's start with the most important question: WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO BECOME A WEBCAM MODEL?
Given the studio's many years of experience and advanced technology, we were able to go one step further and open the first virtual studio in the Balkans, and there is also equiped studio space available in the heart of Belgrade.
It's worth mentioning that I began my career in the studio, where everything was tighted as well as ready for me to sit and press the LIVE button every day. Nowdays Im working from home office.

Do you speak English?
Yes, intermediate knowledge of the English language, both written and spoken, are required, but...

You'd be surprised how many models use an online translator, one of the tips and tricks that always works. Im not native myself, and I havent used English for a proper amount of time backthen.

Computer, camera, and lights are supertrio of technical equipment.

In terms of the computer itself, an average model, which most of you already have at home, with a quality graphics card (keep in mind its a live stream) and memory is adequate, in studios, computers are exclusively adapted for this kind of purpose.
The camera and video feed are extremely important; the cleaner and clearer your image, the better you will appear. No one likes mushy photos and videos, right? But that doesn't mean you have to spend a fortune on high-quality equipment for something you're not sure you want to invest in, at least at the very beggining. My recommendation for the begginers is Logitech camera, it fits on any screen, no drivers required, integrated microphone and zoom in/out options, quite solid resolution. When it comes to integrated laptop cameras, my personal experience has not been the best. The light is the last technical item on the list. One of the most important details, so use the camera as your own mirror and keep adjusting it until you get the desired result. Ring lights are now available in a variety of sizes and price points. In the studio, I had two soft boxes in front of me, as well as the main ceiling light; make sure to use white led bulbs, currently Im using ring light and two side lamps, final adjustments are done in the camera settings.


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