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Cenzo Grey

Photographer / Artist
Artist with a passion for beautiful images. more
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Cenzo Grey



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Cenzo Grey

about Cenzo Grey


Artist with a passion for beautiful images.


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  • Beautiful portfolio.

  • You have so many incredible photographs. Impossible to choose a favourite! @guycarnegie

    • You are too kind... coming from a true artist like yourself. Thank you!!!

  • Your work takes boudoir to the next level! Love your creative settings.

  • Hey, thank you for adding one of my images to your Gallery. :-)

  • Thanks very much for adding the images, I hope all is well in LA.

  • Thank you for all the support of my work much appreciated

  • Thanks for adding my image to your gallery. and congrats on a superb folio!

  • Thank you for your beautiful compliment on my portfolio!
    You have a wonderful portfolio. I love your environmental nudes! Breathtakingly beautiful!

  • Thanks for the add to your gallery!

  • My compliments to you and your beautiful and talented models!

  • Welcome to Model Society! Your portfolio is beautiful! Can't wait to see how you branch out into the community :) Let us know if we can help with anything along the way.

    • The percent refers to your markup, not your profit percentage. The markup percentage and the base price (the cost to print the item) are added together to get the retail price that the customer sees when purchasing the item.

      For example, if the base price for the item is $15 and your markup is 10%, your profit would be $1.50 (10% of the base price) and the price for the customer would be $16.50 (the base price plus the markup).

      For the same item, if you change the markup to 100%, the base price remains $15 and your profit would be $15 but the price for the customer would be $30.

      I hope this helps clarify! Let me know if you have any questions!

    • Thank you very much!!!

      I do have a question. I'm confused as to how making the image for print works. I understand that I set the percentage I get in profit. Why wouldn't anyone give themself 100%? If I did less than 100%....who would get the remaining balance??? What is the advantage of giving myself less than 100%.

      Thank you in advance for your time.

    • Got it. Thank you.