Published: Wednesday 10th of March 2004 07:50:35 PM
Thanks Thomas, but she's naturally very graceful, I really didn't have to do anything.
That is an interesting comment, thank you, but I am quite satisfied with the pose.
Rough & tough, but has some oriental look. Thanks John.
There is some magic in this photo.
What were the few other things u tried..Were they to do with fotog??? Unnatural posed pose, mish mash lighting, but great, if not too symmetrical abs.....
Steve J Murray
Another great shot! Very poster-like, by which I mean strong graphic appeal in the composition, and of course the model is fantastic. So graceful and natural.
Good work John. I like the barely discernable glow behind her and pose is comfortable. The position of her hands is super. Well done!
Irrerspective of the tone of the message above, I would like to add that I almost never pose my models. I put on some music and hope to inspire them to move or dance slowly. This is what took place here.
If she were a a dancing John, then, as u have control over the tech part of the pix, and can give us a little blur, maybe on the hands, or the head twist, or the hair flying.... Maybe half second??. A race car doing 200 shot at one eight thousand, will look as if it is sitting in the showroom..
Thanks Carla. Admittedly, I do get these remarks sometimes that are not always easy to answer. Look for example at the one I received earlier this evening. http://www.photo.net/photodb/photo?photo_id=1856414 ... I hope I responded with sufficient humour!
I lke this one Agressive comments you have here... I like this one, it looks great to me. And well, if she is standing in front of a camera half naked, what was she supposed to do? She must pose, or not???? That's what she's there for. I lke the tones, the background and the pose.
Beautiful Model and very erotic...
Great capture! I particularly like the way you captured both her feminity and energy. The more I look at this picture the more I expect her to explode, as though she's holding back pent up energy. Great pose!
Thanks Jim, and yet some people will complain about this ....
Can't be expressive & let the natural beauty speak of itself if stiff, forced & contrived. Ignore the negative comments, John... there's always some who don't get it. It's all good to let the women handle the creative voice whilst your camera is their mic, amp & speakers.
And the result is sweet visual music.
Figure Study I hadn't seen her for about a year. She rang me last week and asked if I would care to do some more photos. We did some classic poses and tried a few other things too ....