Maxwell Alexander has always been interested in photography and art, and now he’s found his passion by offering his skills as an OnlyFans photographer to the world. Maxwell recently answered some questions about how he got started with OnlyFans, what the industry is like, and some advice for those interested in trying it out themselves. Here are some tips if you are thinking about making it big on OnlyFans.
What Is an OnlyFans Account?
There are thousands of models and influencers using Snapchat, Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook to build their fan base. In fact, the vast majority of social media influencers and models give away their content for free, hoping for some sort of reward in a form of sponsorships and product placements. But if you want more than giving away your content for free, then you need an OnlyFans account. Some OnlyFans fitness models charge $4.99 per month while others charge $10 per month and more, yeat some OnlyFans accounts are free. The prices vary based on each model’s popularity and how many followers they have on other social media sites. Once you subscribe to an OnlyFans account, you get access to exclusive photos, videos, and live streams when available; and vote in polls that may be posted by that model or her/his fans.
How Do You Use an OnlyFans Account?
An OnlyFans account is similar to an Instagram account in that it has photos and videos. The difference is that you pay for each person who views your content. This can be a big deal for many adult industry models. In order to get paid, you need people who view your photos and videos to become paying members (that means they pay $9.99 per month). What gets people interested enough to want to become paying members? You guessed it—pictures and videos of you looking sexy. So, let’s take a look at how I use my OnlyFans account. (OnlyFans accounts are free to create.)
The Community Vs. Instagram
Instagram has been criticized for being notoriously unfriendly to fitness models. Most people agree that putting out content on Instagram only makes money for Mark Zuckerberg and shareholders while starving artists and creators keep starving without getting paid for their work. People worry about likes, comments, and views—when, in reality, they are being robbed of their potential income as a fitness influencer as an OnlyFans Fitness Model. Instagram is filled with people who are just looking for an audience to share their modeling pictures with and there’s little authenticity when it comes to supporting new talent on Instagram. If you want to make money as a professional photographer and model, there’s no place better than OnlyFans. Unlike Facebook and Instagram, it is safe, just because everyone on the platform has to use a credit card to follow other accounts, so no trolls or haters can get away with bullying or harassment. It’s like having your own personal community that adores what you do; they support you every step of the way which leads to genuine connections that last well after your photoshoot is over. This kind of mutual appreciation works best for everyone involved.
Why Should You Get Paid For Your Content?
The short answer to that question is that you should get paid for your work because it has value. As photographers, models, or videographers, what we do makes up half of what it takes to make your content video or photo shoot successful. Additionally, you would want to invest in professional OnlyFans photography and have ongoing content collaborations with the best OnlyFans photographers. You can’t have good content without having great professional photography, and this is where a professional OnlyFans photographer Maxwell Alexander can help. Maxwell puts countless hours into learning new techniques, editing photos, and compositions.
Tips for starting on OnlyFans
The biggest tip for starting on OnlyFans is to make sure you’re following their guidelines, and that you are 18+. Since it’s just like any other social media platform, it has rules against posting illegal content, however, nudity is not illegal, so you are safe to express yourself. I also suggest starting with full-body shots first, then getting more risqué as you build up your fans base. Make sure you interact with your OnlyFans by following back and letting them know you appreciate their support! Above all else, have fun with it: if there are people who are genuinely enjoying your work and finding value in what you’re doing, don’t let yourself feel bad about providing something for their needs—they aren’t hurting anyone!