First shoot with a model... [may not be work safe]

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  1. Alyssajns24

    Alyssajns24 TPF Noob!

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    This was taken in front of the Toledo Art museum...


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    molested_cow No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Not enough sense of depth of field, so the foreground anf back ground becomes too destracting.

    And.... did I see it right? What is her legs resting on? Or are you making her pose like that? It's odd.

    To me, feeling natural is important here. She looks stiff.
     
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    Good shot but it looks like hir legs come out from her bbbb .... you know. I would try a bit of an angle. you would get a better depth. It looks like you used a low flash her legs are darker then the grass and the rest of her. But don't get me wrong I do like the shot.
     
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    One request. Though I like this shot, I would appreciate a warning (possibly in the title) May Not Be Work Safe. Which is where I was when I originally opened this post.
     
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    I am sorry, I asked my husband if he thought it was ok to put it here without a warning and he said yes..I will do that for sure next time!!
     
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    I agree. I was surely :drool: not offended!!!!
     
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    No apology needed. It didn't bother me at all, But I work with some real asses who would use something like this to stir up crap.
     
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    Take your children to any swimming beach in June and you will difinitely see more skin than this.

    This shot doesn't even need the warning
     
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    Oh yeah come to work with me some time :lol: As a union rep I have had to represent people for looking at stuff showing even less skin.

    I think I made it quite clear that it wasn't me that had a problem, but the freaks I work with.

    By the way what beaches do you go to where they go topless? I may need to go investigate 8)
     
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    Sorry Steve, I didn't take into consideration that people surf the net while at work. And I can imagine what you must endure as a Union Rep. No fun working with freaks, huh. More skin than the model above is revealed at any local mall.

    I've never been to a topless beach.
    Thongs and "almost"pasties aren't considered topless or nude. Practically any beach is a good beach to investigate. Try any of numerous hotel pools on the Vegas Strip--that's the ultimate for people watching, but camera's are restricted.
     
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    san onofre! whoo hoo nude beach
     

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