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saeidNL 7 3 Netherlands
2 Apr 2010 12:31PM
lovely set of image withj beautiful models and beautiful smiles.V3 is my fav.very well taken.

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Richsr 10 91 223 England
2 Apr 2010 1:22PM
Good set of portrait images, well lit.
Regards Richard
michaelcombe 7 46 2 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2010 1:28PM
Great as always Sean, was looking at your website the other day, very nice!

minicooper 9 536 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2010 1:54PM
Going forv2
Costapix 7 2 Spain
2 Apr 2010 4:01PM
i like the set ... natural and nice portrait ...
good work

thnx for the look
johnnyboy114 8 231 106 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2010 4:03PM
Really lovely shot. V1 hands down for me, all the way. Love that space, filling the shot and seeing her pose in its whole. Lovely, lovely stuff.
astyag 9 12
2 Apr 2010 4:32PM
Thanks for your comment Sean. The portrait looks great! However, it's a bit biiig smile on the face. It's fine Sean but I would have asked the model for a big (one "i" Smile ) smile? Still a great posture and well done with the lighting! great job Sean
Sean_Dillon 8 2 2 England
2 Apr 2010 5:59PM
Hi Astyag,
Great advice, that is what im after most - advice.

But this shot was more snapshot than proper pose, we were having a laugh between poses and I just snapped her amazing smile, while we were chatting.
I was trying to follow Scott Kelby`s advice (I`m reading one of his books at the moment) - about engaging the model to make them at ease and how some of the better photos, are images taken while the models between poses.
jackson8472 8 11 1 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2010 8:19PM
how dare you get better shots of Jess than me!!! damn you!!! lol.
nice work John, was a great day ey?

Sean_Dillon 8 2 2 England
2 Apr 2010 10:15PM
Aye Tone, the most fun ive had with a camera, brilliant day.
tonyng 7 9 2 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2010 10:18PM
This relax pose works very well. Great clarity and lighting.
astyag 9 12
3 Apr 2010 6:08PM
Thanks Sean for clarification. In fact, after reading your post and specially where Scott Kelby says that you should interact and engaging the model to make them ease... I must say that I agree with you Sean! it's true! I read and saw somewhere else regarding this!
Sean I've got something for youSmile
Check this YouTube Link a tutorial from Karl Taylor about Model and fashion photography...
Leo 15 46 9 England
5 Apr 2010 9:14AM
Very attractve model who was obviously relaxed and very much at ease.
Since it is more of a snapshot it's not important but the slant of the wall tiles and the skirting tends to dominate quite a bit which makes your other two images more attractive, to me at least Smile Great result though and super skin tones.

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