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Published: Tuesday 17th of November 2009 10:40:00 PM
A dynamic pose that complements the diagonal pattern of light. I like how the image works on a number of levels, her body position creates a geometric abstraction yet it accentuates her form and gives it an air of eroticism. It's the sort of picture one could look at again and again and not tire of. I think the only thing I can criticize is not being able to see all of her right foot. Very nice.
John, This works particularly well in B&W. I really like the vantage pont. Jim Phelps
...a so nice pose and image, it's just by you!
Thank you Joe. The light comes from the window. I closed down one stop to control the highlights, but it can almost never be really good unfortunately when you have intense light on one side and none on the other ..
Hi John. Nice shoot, the pose in diagonal and the model is very sensual and elegant, the lighting is perfect, this photo have a style dynamic and sensual, I like. Thanks for its beautiful pictures, Bravo. Best regards. Jean-Jacques.
I like the contrast of hard edges of the window, to the model's smooth curves, to the jagged paint on the left. The lighting is lovely; I greatly enjoy the tones of your black and white shots.
Well, you know, when you speak in metaphors, it's not taken personally .. but I have sometimes mentioned the sauce example to my models, they laugh and take it as a compliment .. :-)
The pose and the lighting really emphasize the exquisite form of this model. That's the whole idea, isn't it? And you've done it very well in this photo. Bravo!
wow this really rocks.... great location and use of light...amazing model...really like this one!
Excellent composition of shapes , light and posing
Splendid employment of your model's form to convey sensual elegance.
Comparing to sauce?.....abbondanza!
Good question Warren, thanks, ... is it the chicken or the egg? I use a pretty model in order to take a glamour photo or a figure study, but do I take a photo in order to bring out the features of the model. I thought about it and frankly, the answer is no. When I want to make a good tomato sauce (I try!), I search for good tomatoes, or the result will not be up to par. But I don't make the sauce in order to underline the qualities of the tomatoes.
Very nice pose.Great side lighting from the window. Very good tones. Congrats.