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saeidNL 8 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 11 91 223 England
2 Apr 2010 1:22PM
Good set of portrait images, well lit.
Regards Richard
michaelcombe 8 46 2 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2010 1:28PM
Great as always Sean, was looking at your website the other day, very nice!

minicooper 10 536 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2010 1:54PM
Going forv2
Costapix 8 2 Spain
2 Apr 2010 4:01PM
i like the set ... natural and nice portrait ...
good work

thnx for the look
johnnyboy114 9 231 106 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 10 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 9 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 9 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 9 2 2 England
2 Apr 2010 10:15PM
Aye Tone, the most fun ive had with a camera, brilliant day.
tonyng 8 10 2 United Kingdom
2 Apr 2010 10:18PM
This relax pose works very well. Great clarity and lighting.
astyag 10 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 16 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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