Published: Saturday 29th of April 2006 10:19:53 PM
Thanks Juan. I certainly don't take this picture very seriously, but it is a little what I had in mind.
John, I do love the soft lighting on her and the yellow side-lighting glow on the left. Perhaps a larger image will be better here for as it is, she appears a bit soft. You are blessed to have access to so many beautiful women. I know you like to take them as casual as possible but I wonder perhaps you can also explore compositions which include accessories, detailed background to suite their personality? Will be a joy to see further explorations from you.
Thanks Tore, but I thought that it may look a little boring without it?
The art thing on the right is in context with the picture, I see four subjects here: the model, the object she holds on her right hand, the hardwood floor, and the 3 art things (in 3 different prospectives), looks to me like a very good composition
Thanks Alec. I am the first to say that my photography gets a little monotonous, but what can I do, that is my style! If I start to explore more settings and studied poses, then I will inevitably leave behind what I am at ease with which is the casual style that you refer to. I'm not too sure that I would be any good at it either, I'm very lazy and I have no patience for props, lights and other extras which others use so much better than I ever could. Thank you so much for passing by again. John
I would like to crop away the black "art-thing" in the right end of the picture because it steals some attention from the (hot) model. Beside that it s a good picture. Regards Tore
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