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09/22/2006 05:56:52 PM · #1
This is from another ad campaign. Please let me know what you think of the photo. What feeling does it give you. I know everyone is honest here so let me know.Click here to view photo
09/22/2006 06:22:06 PM · #2
It looks pretty good. Something is off with her face though...It seems a bit soft, or like the wrong expression or something.
09/22/2006 06:28:54 PM · #3
I agree about her expression. I don't know... I don't really get a clear indication of what is going on in the photo or what I SHOULD feel from it.

09/22/2006 06:31:43 PM · #4
expression is not right, I agree...

the feet are distracting, too
09/22/2006 06:32:33 PM · #5
Two things. First, I find it distracting to see her tan line from her bathing suit on her chest. Second, she isn't showing much emotion. It seems to me if someone was kissing me, I'd be smiling, or looking toward the person or something. Unless of course I was repulsed by the guy!! ;-) Overall it's a pleasing photo though.
09/22/2006 06:41:17 PM · #6
Harsh shadow on the left side of her body makes her look a bit wide there. Lighting is pretty harsh with the hotspots on the front of the couch and the front of the right leg. Almost looks like she was caught mid-expression, but yeah the expression looks very out of place. Almost a deer-in-the-headlights gaze as if she's very uncomfortable with the guy. Who knows, maybe his hidden hand is the culprit! Bit of the couch at the bottom coming up on an angle like that gives it more of a snap shot in the living room feel.

Tones are nice. Might work a bit better if you could see part of the guy's face rather than just the top of his head.

What are you doing all these shots for? I notice you keep posting them. Just curious.
09/22/2006 07:44:25 PM · #7
the guy looks dead or passed out, not being able to see any facial features nor muscles in his arms. i agree with the tanline comment, too.
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