I will preface these comments with "I am new here".
Overall I liked the poses used, especially the first. unfortunately the shadow surrounding her body was distracting I would have lit the subject from the top as well to reduce the "halo".
All of the picturea appear to be slightly yellow/orange in hue, possibly no flash and standard flourecent light bulbs?
I'm big on symetry and the pillows in the first picture seem to be off - too much space between the right arm and pillow compared ot the space between the left arm and pillow.
Good use of shadow detail in pictures 3 and 4 but watch the seam placement of your props. Both the seam on the seat in picture 3 and the seam on the wall in picture 4 seem to hit the model in bad spots pulling the eye away form the focal point of the photo.
Hey thank you to everybody and the great c&c believe me it helps more than you all know .
Samanax & cdangelo I was using regular incandesent bulbs in my 12" reflectors and my boom light 5min after we started burned out and it was brand new that morning needless to say I was a bit pissed.......As far as the EXIF data I want to say it was 50mm 2.8 Iso 200 100th/s.
Bigboi3 thanx for the comment
Mgw189 as always great comments and tips thanx again
Katier great comments and this was also one of mine and definatly the models favorite shot . I am still learning my lighting techniqe so I will take all these comments and put them to good use.....
I am also selling all my incandesent setup and going to all flouresent so I hope that helps me out a bit more.
1. It's bad, the pose is unnatural and looks really uncomfortable. It's also out of focus, has harsh shadows, and the white balance looks off a bit.
2. The best of the series. She could be a bit sharper and the lighting isnt even. There is a darker area on the right of the picture. Also the shadows look a little harsh, I would've used another light or a reflector to lift them a bit.
3 + 4. Looks like the lighting is a little harsh again. The shadows behind her makes it look like you used on camera flash or something. White balance makes her look orange. Also on #4 it seems like the focal point is her hair and not the eyes. Getting the eyes in focus is crucial.