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I like the first three the best, especially the first two. I am assuming she didn't want her face shown, which you did a great job covering her face without blurring! :clap:
Some are a little too blown around the windows for me, (but not that bad, I'm picky :biggrin-93: ) but this whole set is really nice. You are gaining in skill in leaps and bounds!
It is really cool that the escort photography has taken off so well. :)
 

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I always love your photos. You've gotten very good, and I'm really looking forward to seeing how you progress.
 
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I like the first three the best, especially the first two. I am assuming she didn't want her face shown, which you did a great job covering her face without blurring! :clap:
Some are a little too blown around the windows for me, (but not that bad, I'm picky :biggrin-93: ) but this whole set is really nice. You are gaining in skill in leaps and bounds!
It is really cool that the escort photography has taken off so well. :)

Thank you, :)

I always love your photos. You've gotten very good, and I'm really looking forward to seeing how you progress.

Thanks, that's a nice compliment coming from you, I adore your work.
 

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Great for you to share your work again. I want to echo the sentiments in other posts about how far you've come in such a short amount of time. Kudos to you!

I've already made comments on some of these photos so I'll try to be brief and not repeat what I've told you elsewhere:

1. I understand about protecting her identity. Unfortunately, that really affects the photo to me. From the waist down, I love that photo. Love the DoF. The missing head hurts a lot from my perspective. On other tip (for a model in a dress like that)...keep her hips where they are...and then have her twist at the waist towards the camera. She'll drop a dress size--it will thin her waist. She looks lovely but the combo of the angle and her dress adds a little bit to her waist (when the next shot clearly shows how thin and toned she is).

2. In one word: gorgeous. If I had to use a second word I'd add "glamorous." Love the DoF. Love the pose. A few tips....I'd clone out the line in the ceiling. I'd probably clone out a light or two on her and the viewer's left. Maybe I'd put all of her hair on the left side on her back (and not any in front)....maybe. Lovely photo.

3. The photo conveys energy and fun. It's a lovely photo and I also bet it works for that escort Two things I'd change about the photo (if I could)...her left ankle (right ankle to the viewer)...I wish it was straight so we had a diagonal line on that right side rather than a partial diagonal that when it hits the angle goes "oops". Second, I'd clone out the blue picture in the upper right which I find distracting. For portraits and stuff like this, I'm a big believe on narrow DoF but a wider DoF works well for this photo. Her pose and posture is great--she looks very unposed to me.

4. Lovely shot and pose. And I am a sucker for reflection and refraction shots. Two small things for me: (1) the plant or wig behind the model's head--I find it distracting. And if you had moved the rug or mat between the model and you, you'd have gotten more reflection on the floor. Lovely concept nicely executed.

5. Lovely pose and shot. I'd remove the bar that appears to be coming out of her head and headed to the left. I'd remove/crop out the chair back to the left of the viewer. This is a great example where it's overblown (so technically flawed) but perfect for your purposes b/c it hides the identity of your subject without having to blur her face--good for the folder we talked about of examples you can so girls saying "see, I can hide your identity by how I set up the shot and light it!" Also, she looks a little chunky (I know, a bit of that is her bust) so anything that has her standing or if that right leg was straight is going to make her look a bit thinner.

6. Lovely pose--there isn't a woman on the planet who isn't complimented by that pose and she looks terrific. First, remove the line/bar from the window/door that appears to be coming out of her chin...the blurred face makes it stand out. Second, to me, even if you like the Eiffel Tower and artwork, I'd crop them out in this photo...that's my personal take.

7. Lovely pose, great photo. Remove the door handles on the outside of the sliding door, wish the mat wasn't there so we got more of the reflection. Again, another example of how you can hide identity without blurring faces.

8. I'd crop this a little to remove some the distracting elements like ceiling vents, etc.

9. You've heard my comments on this elsewhere--love it.

10. Lots of nice compositional elements to this photo. I would not pose her straight on to the camera...maybe one hip closer, just a bit offset.

11. Love that pose. Here's a tip--if the subject wants to hide her face in the photo, do the exact same pose but have her left hand extend down to the floor (helping to emphasize the flow and lines in the shot) and bring her facing arm up and hand over the right side of her face as if she's overcome with emotion or excitement. Also, tape/clamp the top so it's more form fitting (which goes with the thigh highs).

Thanks for sharing--lovely, lovely results, especially given how busy you were.
 

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What Joe said....
7. I kept going back and thinking...dang, I wish that mat wasn't blocking her reflection on the floor! ;)

Very nice set.
 
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Great for you to share your work again. I want to echo the sentiments in other posts about how far you've come in such a short amount of time. Kudos to you!

I've already made comments on some of these photos so I'll try to be brief and not repeat what I've told you elsewhere:

1. I understand about protecting her identity. Unfortunately, that really affects the photo to me. From the waist down, I love that photo. Love the DoF. The missing head hurts a lot from my perspective. On other tip (for a model in a dress like that)...keep her hips where they are...and then have her twist at the waist towards the camera. She'll drop a dress size--it will thin her waist. She looks lovely but the combo of the angle and her dress adds a little bit to her waist (when the next shot clearly shows how thin and toned she is).

2. In one word: gorgeous. If I had to use a second word I'd add "glamorous." Love the DoF. Love the pose. A few tips....I'd clone out the line in the ceiling. I'd probably clone out a light or two on her and the viewer's left. Maybe I'd put all of her hair on the left side on her back (and not any in front)....maybe. Lovely photo.

3. The photo conveys energy and fun. It's a lovely photo and I also bet it works for that escort Two things I'd change about the photo (if I could)...her left ankle (right ankle to the viewer)...I wish it was straight so we had a diagonal line on that right side rather than a partial diagonal that when it hits the angle goes "oops". Second, I'd clone out the blue picture in the upper right which I find distracting. For portraits and stuff like this, I'm a big believe on narrow DoF but a wider DoF works well for this photo. Her pose and posture is great--she looks very unposed to me.

4. Lovely shot and pose. And I am a sucker for reflection and refraction shots. Two small things for me: (1) the plant or wig behind the model's head--I find it distracting. And if you had moved the rug or mat between the model and you, you'd have gotten more reflection on the floor. Lovely concept nicely executed.

5. Lovely pose and shot. I'd remove the bar that appears to be coming out of her head and headed to the left. I'd remove/crop out the chair back to the left of the viewer. This is a great example where it's overblown (so technically flawed) but perfect for your purposes b/c it hides the identity of your subject without having to blur her face--good for the folder we talked about of examples you can so girls saying "see, I can hide your identity by how I set up the shot and light it!" Also, she looks a little chunky (I know, a bit of that is her bust) so anything that has her standing or if that right leg was straight is going to make her look a bit thinner.

6. Lovely pose--there isn't a woman on the planet who isn't complimented by that pose and she looks terrific. First, remove the line/bar from the window/door that appears to be coming out of her chin...the blurred face makes it stand out. Second, to me, even if you like the Eiffel Tower and artwork, I'd crop them out in this photo...that's my personal take.

7. Lovely pose, great photo. Remove the door handles on the outside of the sliding door, wish the mat wasn't there so we got more of the reflection. Again, another example of how you can hide identity without blurring faces.

8. I'd crop this a little to remove some the distracting elements like ceiling vents, etc.

9. You've heard my comments on this elsewhere--love it.

10. Lots of nice compositional elements to this photo. I would not pose her straight on to the camera...maybe one hip closer, just a bit offset.

11. Love that pose. Here's a tip--if the subject wants to hide her face in the photo, do the exact same pose but have her left hand extend down to the floor (helping to emphasize the flow and lines in the shot) and bring her facing arm up and hand over the right side of her face as if she's overcome with emotion or excitement. Also, tape/clamp the top so it's more form fitting (which goes with the thigh highs).

Thanks for sharing--lovely, lovely results, especially given how busy you were.

Again, some awsome advice you just gave me, thanks so much.

What Joe said....
7. I kept going back and thinking...dang, I wish that mat wasn't blocking her reflection on the floor! ;)

Very nice set.

Yes absolutly, but I couldn't move it really, to0 much girls in a one and a half.
 

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Great shots. The models are beautiful and the color tone is sooo lovely.

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