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I like this photo. What draws me to it(other than the beauty of the female form to a healthy male) is the blurred action implied by the hand movement against a pretty sharp rest of the body. Is she shy, and covering up? Or is she moving her hand away to be provocative? I also think the pubic hair and lighting hide detail that otherwise might upset more people. I also like the color. Good job.
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Under ambient lighting the photographer achieved more or less the best one can. We would like to see a little more clearer detail of the hand which was a very powerful pose. Had this image were taken in a studio setting, you can really dramatize the image in many different ways. Good job!
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I have to agree with Kevin on this one. Nudes are O.K. but when you start to focus on just the genetals it becomes more Penthouse. Is it provocitive? Oh Hell Yes!!! But there is a fine line I guess between art and smut. At this rate I expect to soon see photo's of full gynocological examinations.
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to further clarify, I have no problem looking at photos of either a woman's or a man's genitals. Both are natural parts of bodies. What I am talking about is the difference between art, which might be suitable for all audiences of this forum, and adult art ( I am no so sure a photo of a woman's genitals is "smut" but it could be to some)which may not be suitable for all audiences of this forum. Granted, one has to learn it someplace, but perhaps photo net might not be the place for such explicity. I don't know. that is why I said "In my humble opinion".

 

Kevin

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I'm afraid I have to disagree with the above about art and genitals. The painting "L'origin du monde", 1866, by Courbet shows nothing else and is still art (see http://images.google.com/images?q=The+origin+of+the+world&btnG=Google+Search).

 

I also agree the photo being provocative in its context within photo.net: especially the blurred motion implies more than just seeing the female body as an (admittedly wonderful) passive geometric form, but actively erotic. There are very few pictures implying that in this forum, but unsuitable I'd call it only if the image had no other intention than the viewers sexual excitement. I don't feel this is the case here.

 

What's wrong with a provocative photo, anyway? On other subjects I've seen claims about "not provocative enough"

 

 

 

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The photo is certainly provacative. The beauty of the female form never ceases to amaze me, however, I am troubled by the horrible spelling of some of the critcs in this forum. C'mon people, if you are going to take the time to comment on a photo, please take the time to spell correctly.

 

Happy Shooting!

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Jim, I appreciate your comments -- but I don't mind the spelling/typing errors. We should remember that many writing in English on this forum are not native spakers. Ciao.
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I'm not really impressed by this shot. It isn't provocative instead of 'provacative'. (Jim, Jim! your language isn't my native language and people like you put me so much trouble because of the fact that my English dictionary doesn't know this word, so please, check your comments carefully in the future! Thanks Jim)

 

About the picture: I repeat, it isn't provocative at all. It's actually an empty image. I see a partly underexposed shot, a blurred hand and a wisp of hair. It does not radiate a single emotion. It's a waste of time to devote a dicussion to this picture. Such a shame. The female model which lend her body to the photographer deserves more respect.

 

Tip: Produce a good picture with decent lightning and make sure that the picture has ingredients which are really fascinating.

 

Greetings, Julia.

 

 

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