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One of the best nudes ever seen in photo.net. I's sensual and visually nice. Very good job! Which settings did you use?
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"Usual" studio setting - two lights (big softbox and a beauty dish), black background thrown over a bench.. And a beateful model, of course ;-)

 

Thank you very much.

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I agree with Juanjo, certainly one of the better nudes I've seen here. An excellent pose & composition. I love the anonyminity of not seeing the face, and the diagonal line of the legs, aswell as the arms crossed, thereby squashing the breasts together. Nice lighting & tonal range too. A brilliant shot.
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What do you like about this? Very straightforward, the model is ok, i mean a great shot gets a 4.5 or whatever, and a nude always gets something higher. Go outside a bit more.
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Hmmnn...Well, first off, the border makes me feel like I am looking at one of those decks of cards with naked girls on them. I don't mean to sound nasty, I just think it sort detracts from the subject.
Who is indeed lovely, and I like the black backdrop, and the skin tones, and her hair over her face. There is a sort of "period" look to this thats appealing.
I would have liked more symmetry in the placement of her hands, and her breasts need to be adjusted a little. But overall, quite nice.
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What's this obsession with poses? This is a picture of a girl having her picture taken, a picture of a photographer struggling to think of a clever pose. Where's your passion, where's the girl, what's the point?
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I agree with Anders. The pose seems awkward, it looks forced. Her hands don't seem to belong where they are. It seems odd somehow.
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I would have liked to see the right leg off the floor a bit (maybe on a small box under the backdrop) so it was more in line with the diagonal of the tucked-under leg.
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Well, I would not take it if it was for me. I asked the question after Anders Hald's comment.
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For me, if it is not black and white, it is not fine art but rather pinup. That doesn't mean its that way for anyone else. it looks too contrived to me. And I like to see faces.

 

Kevin

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I think you are on to something, just not there yet. This pose is indeed way too awkward and borderline pin-up. I love the close-up long horizontal shot in this folder. Do you have any others more along those lines?
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I like the picture quite a bit, as well as the others in your folders. Nice work. However, what I do find troubling is that this is the fourth time I've seen this photo posted to this forum. Now, I understand that we all want a lot of feedback on our work, but with the volume of critique requests on this forum I don't think its fair to community members to re-submit photos time and time again. I may be off base here, but thats my opinion for what its worth.
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its not pointless, its a good photo and we all know that from the first time you posted it. By posting it a fourth time and writing a title like pointless makes me wonder if you really want to hear anything about it or if you just want a whole lot of responses. As it is you now have at least two responses pointing out that you need not post this four times to get attention.
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I like the picture but would rather see both hands on one leg or the other. Crossing them changes flow of picture. Your eyes should be lead to a focal point.
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