Inna Mikitas, current emerging model

Inna Mikitas, current emerging model
Isabel del Rio
Inna Mikitas

Inna Mikitas

Q.- When and why did you decide to be a photo-model?

Inna.- Really, I never dreamed to be a photo-model. Once, I saw some photos of a photograph from my town and I decided to shoot. I paid him and I liked how I saw myself on photos. I love myself and when I post my photos on the internet a lot of photographers will call me to shoot. I was printed in Ukrainian Playboy, twice in men magazine Ego and in many other resources. Now, everybody writes about me and I am happy to feel myself beautiful.


Q.- Were the beginnings difficult? Some anecdote.

Inna.- First were difficult in the nude shooting. Once I decided to shoot nude but my nipples were not hard, than I went to the cold shower and my body was very hard, my nipples and my ass.


Q.- Is it a very competitive world? How do you get along with other photo-models?

Inna.- Really, I don’t meet other models, I try to be myself, to create new images and not to repeat the main! It’s the main rule!


Inna Mikitas

Inna Mikitas

Q.- How about your favorite photographers? What does a good photographer need?

Inna.- I have a favorite photographer. It is Igor Voloshin. He was my first photographer, he saw my beauty and I can show him the best. But I have worked with many others and I think each photographer have a special space. I love all of them!


Q.- And a good agent?

Inna.- I am my own agent. In Ukraine, it is very hard the model business and I try to do myself. And I do it really good!


Q.- How is your daily routine? and your diet?

Inna.- I have no diet. I am fond of karate from 14 years old and I have a good figure. I usually go to the karate, fighting. I

Inna Mikitas

Inna Mikitas weight (50kg) and I feel good.


Q.- What are your future plans?

Inna.- I plan to develop myself as a model and to do the best photos in the world!

Inna Mikitas

Inna Mikitas







Inna Mikitas

Inna Mikitas


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