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  • Sarah

    Fab lighting and ......who is she? She certainly works well in the lens. This shot over flows with confidence both from the photographer and the model. I would love to know who she is or the agency she is signed with.

    What lighting arrangement was used here?

    Bravo.
    • 4 Jun 2014 9:46AM
  • my Muse

    Staggering. I have tried this look myself but not to such an excellent finish as this. This is devine nude art. You must tell me how. And how is she? She has lovely eyes, given that she does actually have a second eye of course :0)

    Bravo.
    • 23 Apr 2014 2:51PM
  • Exotic. Erotic.

    Hi John,

    Its been a while since I touched based on EPZ. Glad to see you are still doing your thing so well.

    I love this composition. I wonder what it would be like in black and white. I do prefer your black and white work. Are you still shooting on film much?

    Regards

    Steve
    • 23 Apr 2014 2:44PM
  • Abandoned

    Simple and yet refined
    • 23 Apr 2014 2:41PM
  • Happy Halloween

    Spooky...Dark and wierdly welcoming
    • 3 Sep 2012 12:47AM
  • "Back to Front"

    The rear view for me is an utterly perfect shot. A change for the usual front view of an open flower. This rear shot has more shape and definition to it. Beautiful lighting. Bravo
    • 15 Jul 2011 12:42PM
  • Reflex

    Hi there Jools. Another great concept here and you creativity is bursting out in this composition. However, I feel this image has some awkwardness about it. I can see where you were leading to but in this guise, the lady’s legs have been left looking quite short. Her legs may well be short but this image seems to exaggerate the form. Slimmer heels on the shoes and a slightly different angle of shot would help make the legs look longer , as well as adjusting the composition so that the joining of the real legs and the reflection is in the middle of the image.

    I love how your mind works Jools and always enjoy looking at you work, ever keen to see what you have in store for us. For a budding professional photographer, your creativity punches well above your weight. What next?

    SJ x
    • 22 Oct 2010 11:05AM
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