I like this type of concept...gorgeous girl meets classic automobile. I do notice a few technical things (I'd probably do the same thing but it's something I noticed). The first image has her leaning back, which is fine, but because of the size of the shoes and the fact that the shoes are much closer to the camera than her face and head is, her feet look monstrous. I remember Rolando pounding that idea into our heads at a workshop...trying to keep things in the same plane from the camera to avoid this type of distortion. Can you post larger images of these? It is difficult to view them at this size.
The second image is ok but that owl head looking thing on the lower right of the picture leaves me staring at it wondering if it's a bat, an owl, or somebody holding up the universal sign of Satanism off to the side. Just a nit. Other than that, I love the greasy girl idea!!
The third one is good but she needs some fill on her face because it's lost in the shadows. If you were using your in-camera meter and it was set to matrix, then it was fooled by the bright reflections off of the bricks in the background, thus underexposing her face and body. Just a thought. I may be way off on that but I had a terrible habit of doing that early on.
Great ideas! Do you have more AND BIGGER pictures of this shoot? [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img]
Thanks for sharing and have a most excellent weekend!