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The look she has is a mixture of tense and scared, like she expects something bad to happen. Hands are in defensive posture, in front of her body, crumpling up a piece of her clothing. She doesn't look like she is about to take her top off, and she doesn't look seductive, either.

 

Hey, Tom, don't scare your models so :-)

 

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She looks scared...And the way she is holding the peice of cloth looks like she it about to tie a knot or something. From the way she is holding the cloth it looks like she is tense.
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I Agree with the others that have posted on this image so far. The model looks scared or something along those lines. I don't think the pose is bad, just the facial expression.. She needs to relax! I know, it's easier said than done!

 

Jim Karr

Karr Photography, LLC

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Sexy?-Yes. Tense?-No. Apprehensive or expectant?-Yeah! It reminds me of a Playboy cover from years gone by-which should be a good thing.
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The picture does appeal to me - but her eyes do have a somewhat scared appearance. If they were looking elsewhere, it could completely change the shot. Other than that, I like the colour and composition. Kudos!
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I kind of think the slightly scared look goes with the wringing of her shirt rather well. Like she was going to pose nude but now doesn't want to. So kudos to you! (Assuming this is what you tried for....)

 

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'sexy' shots need environment...in my opinion. Flat white seamless doesnt create a mood. Pose is awkward, arms & expression too tense, model should relax arms/hands. If you want top to look more revealing, dont have model pull the top, instead have one strap loosely slipping off the shoulder...its more natural and soft that way.
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This my favourite of the folder because it has the most expression. As you commented, Tom, (black swimsuit), so many photos of people,(especially models) are devoid of expression. Why is that? Is it considered a more sophisticated art form to strip subjects of their humanity?
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