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Old 02-17-2007, 11:40 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Well I realize shooting in a small space can be challenging, but you have to make the best of the background you have to work with. For example, in #3, it might be better to iron the sheets behind her (or whatever they are). #2 is the best posed shot with the others each having one or more posing or cropping problems. #1's pose look un-natural, I think because of the indistinct nature of the right side of the photo (in other words is her bottom up on something, or is she arching her back, etc). Also the blacks for the bodice of her outfit have no real detail and this tends to flatten the bust line. You need to introduce highlights into blacks if possible. #4's pose looks a bit forced and it is a soft image. The chair is too prominent in the shot. #5 pose just doesnt work and neither does the background. Colors seem a little off on the shots.

Your best bet would be to zoom in on these models since you have limited space. Make their eyes sharp and that will put you one step ahead from the beginning.

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