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Glamour Nude Photoshoot in Sussex, England, UKMost models will sit on the cold floor to get a shot the rug spoils it.

When I do this I put the model in a dressing gown, test the pose and light with her sitting on the gown, when we have the pose and light right I remove the gown and get the shot, them gown on job done.

I would watch the skin creases on the torso the pose is not quite right.
16/03/2012 - 11:21 PM

Sitting Pretty

Sitting PrettyIts an ok shot but not stunning, the lighting is a bit flat and the pose causes nasty creases on the models midriff that is not flattering.
18/01/2012 - 2:08 PM

last one for now

last one for nowLovley well lit portrait.

It very processed, which is not unattractive, but the whole image needs to be processed this way, the visible breast and lower part of the arm on the right are not processed to anything close to the rest of the image which as a result is not quite working with the rest of image.
16/01/2012 - 6:29 PM

letting hair down

letting hair downI agree with the comments about the tree, but from a slightly different prospective, there is too much light coming onto those branches and tree trunks, that draws your eye to it and is out of balance with the rest of the image. If the light was not so strong then i think it would work with the trees in, as it is I tend to agree the trees need to be cropped out you would also remove the dark corner bottom left.
13/01/2012 - 6:30 PM

Model Yara, glamour shoot

Model Yara, glamour shootCalling this a fashion shot is very tongue in cheek. The pose, the exposed bum, the nipple and boob coming out of the bra make this a glamour shot not fashion.

Its not clear if you are using studio lighting or the on camera flash, either way the corners are dark and the lighting flat that points to on camera flash, but I may be wrong. If you had access to studio flash you could have made this lighting much more interesting. That said colours are strong.

The pose has avoided the midriff crease that is too easy to get with this pose thats good, but for me if you create a cheeky fun glamour shot the whole image needs to reflect that, you have a lovely model but her expression looks bland and detracts from the effect you are seeking.

Lots of potential but its not delivering the right result for me.
13/01/2012 - 12:36 PM

Fishnet and Beads

Fishnet and BeadsBeads no Jacket! Yes this works, She is an excellent model who can deliver great and slightly different facial expressions that work. The pose works very well for this

Lighting still a bit patchy on the background although she is well lit. I would be interested to know what lighting set up you are using, I think you either need to shield the background from the lights letting it go an even grey or light it and get a crisp white.

On an editing point in the dark area of the background on the right there is a mark on the background.

But worth a vote.
LONGER THAN LONGEVITY by Mark Woods.I would guess this was taken with camera mounted flash, this has caused an overexposed skin tone at the same time there are dark areas especially top and bottom left.

The grey corner top right is distracting and does not fit with the image.

I am not sure if the horns out of the head were intentional, but if they were they are not working, I think its more a case of missed when the shutter was pressed.

Laura has a good figure but her expression is not working.

I think that you have some excellent ingredients to this, the model and the jacket but i dont think they are working in this image.
08/01/2012 - 12:16 PM

A Jacket, Stockings and a Stool

A Jacket, Stockings and a StoolThe concepts seem a bit mixed, with the jacket and beads, it would work better just going with one, either jacket or beads. I would go with beads for me.

The background needs work, the lighting is very patchy, if its meant to be white then it needs to be white, it would work better on a crisp white.

Mark