Thank you for the great response. We now have all the models we need. Thank you.
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Want to be a model? The BMC is planning its annual hill walking and scrambling photo shoot. Every year we need a stack of fresh images representing our membership to use in BMC publications, on the website and in Summit magazine. Read on for how to apply.
The shoot is scheduled to be held on Wednesday 18 August and will last a full day – however the date is subject to change depending on the weather.
We're looking for four people to be volunteer models for a day. In return for your time you'll get to keep all the clothes you model. That generally means waterproof trousers, shell jackets, fleeces, walking trousers, tops and t-shirts – all for free.
You need to be:
How to apply
If you're interested in becoming a volunteer model please email Rebecca@thebmc.co.uk with your contact details, location, a brief outline of your hill walking/scrambling experience and a recent photo. Please let us know if you are a BMC member.
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