Jump to content
"Check these out!"
 
© Please ask me first!

"Check these out!"


verivorax
 Share


80mm Zenzanon lens, shot at maybe.. 5.6, I guess. Just used the modelling lights that were on - love that 3200!

Copyright

© Please ask me first!

 Share


Recommended Comments

After reading the comment, I agree that it's a nice capture of a humorous moment. Unfortunately, without the caption, I found the scene too confusing to enjoy. I thought that she was getting served some type of papers...Dear so-and-so...We regret to inform you...
Link to comment
I can tell that she's looking at negs, and she seems genuinely interested in what she sees. The light coming from the other room is so pretty. Its a nice shot, especially since you managed to capture a moment in the middle of a "set up" shoot.
Link to comment

I agree with one of the above remarks, there is a bit much going on here but yet I still enjoyed this shot. After a close look, I realized exactly what is happening in the shot.

 

This may sound odd, but I think what I like the best about this shot is the model covering her breasts as she inspects the negatives.

 

She looks very interested in the negs, happy and comfortable to be doing what she's doing (and the early results), yet almost subconsciously holding herself to remain modest.

 

I thought I read elsewhere that this model was an amatuer. She did a nice job in these three shots. I'd love to see more.

Link to comment

In the middle of a shoot, the model's classmate knocked on the door.

We let him in, and he showed her some of his recently developed

negatives. It's actually much more interesting than the rest of the

shoot..I think.

Link to comment
Excellent, I really enjoy this photograph. Like you said, you liked this shot better than the "posed" ones, besides really serious studio portrait work, personally I think un-posed shots are more interesting, and this shot really enhanced my view. Composition is good, the lighting really emphasize her expression of interest on the negative that her classmate is showing her. Front illumination also gives a mystique effect, because it cast a shadow on the back of her head. Lighting effect of half face lite and half dark seems "cliché" already, so this is original. Very well done. 9-8
Link to comment
I like the photo. Shows the other side of nude photography - the "cover up and let's have a look at what you have done for me" side. Good job! You can almost feel her anticipation. Her face and body lighting are great. I only wish the background was further out of focus but we all know how hard it is to get these candid shots and get everything perfect.
Link to comment
I really seem to be attracted to very spontaneous photographs lately. Perhaps a backlash, but more likely the inherent quality that is just like being observant in life. A fleeting moment frozen for those who appreciate.
Link to comment
Add a comment...

×   Pasted as rich text.   Paste as plain text instead

  Only 75 emoji are allowed.

×   Your link has been automatically embedded.   Display as a link instead

×   Your previous content has been restored.   Clear editor

×   You cannot paste images directly. Upload or insert images from URL.

×
×
  • Create New...