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by Peri John

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Gallery: Artistic Nudes in black and white 2

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Category: Nude and Erotic

Published: Tuesday 5th of September 2006 12:26:01 PM


Comments

John Peri
An interesting comment both of you, thank you. I see it differently, but then of course, I took the photo! The pose/expression is rather coy, is she pulling back the strap .. or .. replacing it out of shyness .... frankly, I cannot answer the question, and yet I was there ...

Howard Lipan
Lovely and natural. The model seems unaware of your presence. It looks to me like she is napping and her cloths have shifted revealing her lovely figurel. You've got a knack for capturing fortuitous "wardrobe malfunctions". A terrific picture.

John Peri
What a nice thing to say Jim, thank you, but so much credit is due to the generosity of the models. These girls are not paid to do this. They really give us something of themselves.

David McCracken
A blink... perhaps... Lots of nice comment John. In actual fact I believe you must have caught her blinking and it does indeed look as if she is asleep with both her hands in an unnatural position. It's probably pleasing you that no one has mentioned her right foot.... OOPS!

Jennifer Fernandez
beautiful your words and photos inspire me. seriously. i love this picture. absoluetly beautiful.

Charles Dias
Nice shot. I like the pose of the model showing the breasts but hidding the face, it's something voyeur. Nice use of the dark sofa as background. Light is subtle and matchs the idea for the photo. I think the crop on the tip of her feet something distractive, but I know others will like it. Good work overhall.

D. Munteanu
I kept wondering what sets this shot off balance. I concluded that maybe there's a (psychological) deficit/contradiction between the model's face (she appears very relaxed, maybe even asleep) and her left hand (which seems alert and a bit unnatural, in the sense of posing at the photographer's request). Other than that, good compositional use of the sofa.

Jim Hayes
I think that just may be your true gift. You tend to just "Allow" the moment to happen, and capture it. Instead of trying to "Make" it happen. I always enjoy how you seem to paint your poetry. Thanks for the share.JH

Brad Kim
Beautiful, exquisite B&W tone... Nothing to ask more, in my opinion!

Alon Eshel
You did it again . Excellent b&w tones and full of sensuality

John Peri
Resting figure .

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