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This one, well... the pose is not optimal in my opinion. Too much of a close-up, like you are too close to the model. It's an interesting idea to shoot like this, but the result is not at your usual level. You need to shoot the face of this model at a different angle, because her chin is a bit too pronounced. She looks a bit tired by the way.
Alfred Molon at 23:34 CEST on 21-Jun-2010 [Reply]
Alfred Molon wrote:
> This one, well... the pose is not optimal in my opinion. Too much of a close-up, like you
> are too close to the model. It's an interesting idea to shoot like this, but the result is
> not at your usual level. You need to shoot the face of this model at a different angle, because
> her chin is a bit too pronounced. She looks a bit tired by the way.
Thanks for the constructive feedback Alfred. I'm glad to hear that I have a "usual level" to live up to :)
This was a bit of an experiment, working with some very low light with the studio strobes to intentionally create very shallow DOF. I guess some experiments are more successful than others.
Greg Mennegar at 23:41 CEST on 21-Jun-2010 [Reply]
I like the pose, interesting angle. The look in the models eye makes the shot, I think that I've seen that look once or twice in my life, definitely not tired. One of the most sensual photos I've seen.
Neal Friedenthal at 08:36 CEST on 23-Jun-2010 [Reply]
Captured the essence
To me, the technique and equipment mean little when you capture the essence of a person's feelings. This young lady's thoughts project right off the photo and create a feeling in the viewer. Rare image.
Steve Sackmary at 00:53 CEST on 28-Mar-2012 [Reply]
Congratulations, I like it very much.
That's the kind of nude photography I'd like to obtain in every session. DOF is perfect for this kind of shots and there is a feeling of confidence from the model thet can be felt also by the observer.
salvador atance at 11:51 CEST on 31-Aug-2012 [Reply]