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Old 10-22-2007, 11:06 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi, do not post too much but when I have something that might be interesting I ask for your inputs....
First time trying this kind of shoot, therefore would appriciate your cooments or suggestion even a few photos of similar would not mind at all.....
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She doesn't look very happy about something. I don't care for the way the arms are positioned in the pose. I think it would work a little better from a higher angle so that we don't get as prominent look at the nostrils. I think the cover up idea can work well, but there usually needs to be natural look to it rather than making it look like a carefully setup pose.

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Old 10-23-2007, 12:41 AM   #3 (permalink)
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She doesn't look very happy about something. I don't care for the way the arms are positioned in the pose. I think it would work a little better from a higher angle so that we don't get as prominent look at the nostrils. I think the cover up idea can work well, but there usually needs to be natural look to it rather than making it look like a carefully setup pose.

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I thought precisely the same things but would not mention the hair being to well combed and carefully placed - i know the models may prefer the hair look perfect and if you do not do this all the time - it is difficult to have them see the images as we so. So it may have been hard to convince her to a different setup. She really does look like this is pumisment rather than a fun thing to do. Maybe that is understandable too

It sometimes helps the model to know you will photoshop additional hair if there is not enough to cover specifics not wanted in the shot.



Sometimes they have a specific idea of their own they want to try


And sometimes they have to ignore the grounds keepers at the golf course. HA HA HA



but they must always have an expression that works for what they are doing.
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Old 10-24-2007, 08:15 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Hi, do not post too much but when I have something that might be interesting I ask for your inputs....
First time trying this kind of shoot, therefore would appriciate your cooments or suggestion even a few photos of similar would not mind at all.....
Regards Zak
The expression doesnt work well here. But the image as a whole is very boring to me. There is no drama, no glamour no nothing here. Spice it up a bit... If nothing else then try to get a stronger composition in the shot. Here is one of erica that I did a couple months ago.

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