I actually did some model ''casting'' photos with a professionall photographer, and the pictures end up not so good.
So guys anything pose I can do to look good in front of the camera?
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Check up on the following, Composition, including Rule of Thirds, Color Profiles (important for editing/ printing/ distributing on multiple mediums), Depth of Field, Lighting (in regards to photography) ... nothing else is coming to mind at the moment
It's good to keep in mind the frame as a whole, not just the way you look in it. Let's take a look at your current profile picture. First, the eye is drawn to the cellphone camera, not you. This is made much worse by the flash caught in the reflection. As a simple composition technique, the diagonal lines moving from the bottom left to top right is actually pointing my eye at the camera again. The eye will naturally follow the line. Also, you're covering your face in an odd way, possibly unintentional, but since it's a still image, it's very noticeable.
This may seem a bit overboard, but understanding the basics of what I listed above should be able to help.
The most important thing about cameras, any kind (still or video) and make, is that it is as only as good as the light available.