Too many pictures in your port right now, many look very similar. Its good enough to show you can look brilliant at your best though. Certainly I'd noted your stuff before now and if your levels were a match, would have seriously considered a booking.
I have no doubt that a lot of it is due to the different competencies of the photographers themselves but I think having demonstrated that you're capable of producing images which would knock most other models on this site and others for six it's a shame you don't have more to show at that level and ditch the less accomplished work.
Thank you all!!
Those two pics that were listed by marlhamphoto were my first ever shoot and my most recent shoot, about 6 years difference.
The horse shoot wasn't a proper photographer, just a friend with a camera as I needed some updated images that weren't 5 years old.
Hoping to get a lot more variety this year
As a model, you look really good, nice skin and hair. The portfolio is a little repetitive and needs some variation. You're a very attractive young lady and should be able to get bookings, but do try to update your folio with a better variety of images - very best of luck
Opinions are personal to each person that gives or receives them. they are also like nipples, we all have one or two... or more if you're related to Scaramanga (don't ask) lol. I offer these guidelines.
Try to show:
All, or your main levels of work.
Headshot (with and without makeup), as a model you are a blank canvas to decorate.
Torso up shot, full length shot, front and back.
Your best images to date.
If you have selfies, replace them as soon as you can.
Show variety and flexibility, not 20 images from one photoset.
Different lighting styles if possible.
Show / be honest about body mods and tats.
You can emote.
Furrow your brow, look moody unless asked for, duck pout.
Put TF, and then list your rates.
If rates, be sensible about them in relation to your experience, skill, knowledge
Be clear with terms: If your terms are reasonable, you will attract the right kind of photographer.
I would ditch some of the equine shoots, you are the model, not the horsy
Good shots so far, the selection just needs fine tuning, and adding to.
I think your portfolio is more to do with the photographers you work with than the images themselves. Maybe take control and pay a good photographer to make some images exclusively for your portfolio showing the breadth and depth of your repertoire. The photographers on here and other sites are mostly concerned with copying the work of others on these sites and their work becomes very mannered and repetitive so you need to look elsewhere. At 26 your modelling career has a certain longevity and you might also consider the expense versus potential pay back time.