Rebecca shoot 3 (May not be work safe)

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  1. Alyssajns24

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    It's a nice high-key shot. I like the lighting & the pose. What I'm not a fan of is the perspective. The angle makes it look like her feet, legs/thighs are much bigger than they are...not really flattering for women.

    I've seen some nice images done that way...but mostly fine art stuff...your image is more of a glamor shot so I'd like to see a more flattering angle.
     
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    i think the lighting is a little too bright for me... i'd prefer it a little darker with some contrast to give her a better outline
     
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    Love it. My only complaint is you cut off her bottom foot. I like the angles, and posing myself.
     
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    I'm with Nytmair - to me it's a bit over exposed. For example, she has no nose (on my monitor).
     
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    i like the overall look too... BUT... for me it looks like she's missing her left arm.
     
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    Jeez. The poor bugga. No nose, no arm and half a foot. Bloody hell.
     
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    My only comment would be about the perspective. Any time the limbs are not kept in the same plane, they will appear to be disproportionate.
     
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    lots of agreement. The torso is perfect, but the limbs are either big or washed out.
     
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    imho... very neat photo. I like the overexposured background, but I would have compose it in a different way... I mean... full also with her right foot that is cut. But even though I like the shot
     
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    IMO of course... and a very humble one:

    The foot must stay out of the pic. At least with the given perspective. How would you like a foot that's HUGE?

    the leg is nice, and emphasizes the curves and the calf... IMO nice calves are sexy :)

    the leg forms a line which leads to the rest of the image. That is cool.

    I'd just take a brush in the photo shop and painted over the bottom of the bed sheet with pure white, to make it less of a reference point.
     

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