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Gallery: Artistic Nudes in black and white 1

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Published: Sunday 20th of August 2006 06:31:55 PM


Comments

pantelimonescu tudor
The white area behind the girl is distracting my eye the rest is excellent! light tone of the skin and well composed

John Peri
Thank you, that's interesting. I placed the model behind the white panel area so as to bring out the hair. Unfortunately, working with a flash only, I would not have sufficient control over the lighting to cope with it otherwise. It is also possible however that with a unified dark background, the photo could lose some impact.

Pawel Sawicki
It looks very pathetic :). Almost statue like. That is why I find it funny. Just a bit of exagaration. I like it.

Mark Boyer
It's a beautiful composition that is aptly titled. Her expression is perfect, too.

Brad Kim
Classical and elegant, John.... I like it!

Howard Lipan
Love the pose and sinewy muscle tone of the model. She appears to be really fit, like a dancer. I especially like the dark tones -- it creates a boudoir mood and gives intimacy to the image. Your creative vision is well executed -- I am inspired to sculpt her. My comments for improvement? Just a couple of minor suggestions. Consider cropping it to portrait perspective rather than landscape. In addition, I would prefer the background be either all dark or all white. The white, hard-edged rectangular background object doesn't really work to advantage, although the image of the model is so strong that the backdrop is not that noticeable on first viewing.

Tore Nilsson
A good picture John, I like the compose and the dark tone in this image. Maybe I would try to bring up the contrast a little bit more with a smooth s curve. But that?s just a question of personal taste. Best regards Tore

David McCracken
Perhaps Portrait... I am not sure what is going on at the top of the image but the head feels a touch tight. Because you have shot this in landscape your style can be seen. I am just wondering if you had shot it in portrait if I would have recognised it as one of yours.

Alon Eshel
I really love the softening in this photo . Great work

John Peri
Sculptural composition .

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