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#2 and #5 work great for me!!1 :thumbsup:
The rest of the photos are pretty good but the poses in #3 and #8 look a bit awkward to me. Rather unnatural.

Just some thoughts :D
 

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I like No 5 & 8. She looks great in upper-half-body shots. 7 and 11 looks weird with legs opened. Keep shooting.
 

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Think only 5-8-9-10 are the better ones of the lot.

1 the subject of the pic is lost between the model and the truck.
2 aim to the right a bit more. or closer. mind the thirds rule.
3 idea is there. but subject is neither here nor there.
4 think you are trying to contrast her with something, but there's nothing there to contrast with.
6 distracting background. try a different angle to get a better complement between model and car.
7 same thing as 6. and use a different pose for her.
8 nice pic, but a bit of a tight crop on the top.
9 same, can try getting a symmetry in the background.
11 try a different pose/angle to bring out the model as the subject.
 

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very good swimwear photography :thumbsup: :)
 

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hmm the warehouse location near the river, everyone's favourite? seems to be appearing a lil too much. some of my friends love it too. it's deserted ey?
 

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Wow. Very comprehensive comments. When r u gonna teach me model shoot leh?

tmc17479 said:
Think only 5-8-9-10 are the better ones of the lot.

1 the subject of the pic is lost between the model and the truck.
2 aim to the right a bit more. or closer. mind the thirds rule.
3 idea is there. but subject is neither here nor there.
4 think you are trying to contrast her with something, but there's nothing there to contrast with.
6 distracting background. try a different angle to get a better complement between model and car.
7 same thing as 6. and use a different pose for her.
8 nice pic, but a bit of a tight crop on the top.
9 same, can try getting a symmetry in the background.
11 try a different pose/angle to bring out the model as the subject.
 

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#10 work for me. I prefer this the model wear short pant :D
 

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Jean has a really great body.
 

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Noir, your model's name is Jean?

Gosh, she really look like my ex-girlfriend.. i'm serious.
 

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oeyvind said:
Is the cast intentional?
Yup! Bluish magenta tint.

tmc17479 said:
1 the subject of the pic is lost between the model and the truck.
2 aim to the right a bit more. or closer. mind the thirds rule.
3 idea is there. but subject is neither here nor there.
4 think you are trying to contrast her with something, but there's nothing there to contrast with.
6 distracting background. try a different angle to get a better complement between model and car.
7 same thing as 6. and use a different pose for her.
8 nice pic, but a bit of a tight crop on the top.
9 same, can try getting a symmetry in the background.
11 try a different pose/angle to bring out the model as the subject.
:bigeyes: Appreciated! :thumbsup: Thanx!
 

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Magenta cast doesn't work for me, if you didn't mention it was intentional I would have thought it was the WB went wrong. Whatever your aim of the shoot was, the poses and lighting seem more AV than art to me.
 

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I just like the cool, clean feel of blue in the highlights. And a little warmness of red in the shadows.


thoa_rs said:
the poses and lighting seem more AV than art to me.
It's unfortunate that the poses conjure up such thoughts in a viewer. Isn't lighting just lighting? Anyway how does the lighting make it more AV????. I only know that lighting creates a mood but how does the lighting make something AV out of something which is not? Please enlighten me... Thanx!
 

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Noir said:
I just like the cool, clean feel of blue in the highlights. And a little warmness of red in the shadows.



It's unfortunate that the poses conjure up such thoughts in a viewer. Isn't lighting just lighting? Anyway how does the lighting make it more AV????. I only know that lighting creates a mood but how does the lighting make something AV out of something which is not? Please enlighten me... Thanx!

dude..overall whether with those sligth flaws or not u got a series of gd shots :thumbsup:

as for the AV part..i think maybe if watch AV then will be enlightened :bsmilie: (lolz..joke only)
 

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good exposure. all using ambient light? what settings did u use? i can't seem to get that sort of exposures when i do shoots... mostly over or under exposed. end up most of the times i use fill flash.
 

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