The way that I choose my subjects for portraiture for example is if they are aesthetically pleasing with such things as good bone structure. I don't mind if they are not "perfect" as it were because at the end of the day I nor nobody really is, and that's what Photoshop and post production is for haha!
I believe that almost any subject can be interesting if you know how to capture it.
If it stops me, I try to shoot it. I'm always on the lookout for an amazing moment to capture.
I travel..look..and see what is in front of me..and look for the composition that makes sense...if i don't see it..i step further..look again..there's always a shot somewhere, if you look hard enough..
Generally whatever catches my eye
They either choose me or i stumble across them.
I don't necessarily choose, I think they choose me.
If I'm already at a location, it's really just what catches my eye.
Anything that strikes my fancy. Most of the time it is an inanimate object, so no need to ask permissions.
Well, for glamour they've got to fit the standard profile.
Generally, I try to get an image from prospective models which shows where their curves are. This gives me a general idea of whether they'll manage a glamour shoot or not.
Then I'll take a look at the portfolio and references, and decide based on that.
My subjects choose me. I am caught and inebriated by light, pattern, shadow, color, skin, eyes, texture, ideas, garbage, and love.
Whatever interests me. It changes all of the time.
I shoot when I amble the city.