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Date Uploaded: Apr 2, 2006

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04/04/2006 09:13:51 PM
nice shot.
a bight bright on her back (her shirt again)
nice light on the side of her face - too bad she wasn't turned a bit more to put that on her face (just one side).
weight on the wrong leg again, but sorta works here.
04/03/2006 02:06:41 PM
This is also my favorite of the shots here. I really like the pose, the crop, and her expression. It looks like her hair is blowing in the wind a little, and I think that adds a nice touch. I love the tilt to this shot as well. I can think of 2 suggestions for this photo. I'd like the background to be blurred even more so it is a softer wash of colors. If you are using your Tamron zoom lens, maybe zoom to 200-300mm, aperture priority at f/6.3 or so. The other small suggestion would be maybe keep her hands within the frame.
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04/03/2006 02:00:33 PM
Okay, you hit on something with this one.....most definitely....

Great capture of the hair. The eyes are still looking too much at you but not so bad as to be distracting.

The pose is superb for her. You've softened her shoulders at this angle. Allowed her arms to look natural. Taken advantage of her slender form, placed the skirt in a way so as to fall loosely and naturally and maintain a smooth uniform curve; while having the waistline slip downward slightly creating a very sensual but delicate feel.

This shot has almost a 'feline' quality in it's beauty with the sensual arching and delicate curvature. Very very nice job.

There are a few elements that do hurt the photo. But these are minor. The background is somewhat distracting. A building can be seen and the trees just aren't blurred quite a enough. It might worth your while to use photoshop to blurr the background just a little bit more. The wood rail in the forground is blown out and becomes a bit distracting. Maybe some dodge/burn, etc. can help lesson it's effect.

I still think the model needs to smile, and that a nice smile could make this shot spectacular. Already it's a superb shot of a beautiful model. And quite capable of making the blood boil a bit, and although it exhudes a strong sensual feel, it maintains a nubile innoncence which is very nice.

Great job!

This is a shot for her portfolio....

Now, I suggest you do the following - take this pose and re-shoot it in several different settings. This is really a great pose for her body's shape and form. Re-shoot in different settings. Say a on a rock at a beach. In an alley. And in different colors....

- Saj
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04/03/2006 12:50:49 AM
Love this one. It's the best of the bunch.
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