Published: Sunday 14th of January 2007 01:21:52 AM
I dont think John i have been watching your work for a long time, I dont think you can take a bad picture of woman!!! I love the shot! i think it pose would work in any form! would love to see her in bronze or something!! i only know of a few photographers i would want to hang out with for a day ...you're one of them!!! Allan~
John, Beatiful as usual. do you remenber the name of the painting?
Beautiful, John Cheers. Alberto
Hi John, I really like the lighting on this one, did you use your regular bounced flash or more of a ring-flash on this one? I don't believe ever seen your images with this kind of lighting before. It's too bad that I missed your New York trip, I would have like to meet you. I have a question for you, if you have the time, please email me at jnphotography at g mail. Thanks.
Very nice treatment on this one, John.
Paul Louis Villani
Great mood and nice PS work John.
Very sensual pose and the low lighting emphasize the scene. Well done as alwais.
John, this is exceptional.
Very unlike most of your work, but an excellent image. This model is stunning!
It's an amazing shot and girl.There is a 3D feeling with the right lighting.I must thank you for your kind comments on my shot.Everyone has his personal contradictions and I am not the exception.
Really strong intensity here, in light and expression, the dark outline around her, even more surreal, I really love this.
This is one of the best and most erotic pictures I know from you, I like it very much. Not everytime I write under your pictures because my English is not so good and sometimes I have no words. I like your work a lot!!!
Howard Nowlan You have certainly captured a feel here in line with what has inspired you.
Jodi, I emailed you, but you could also contact me directly through photo net which gives you our email address. To answer your question, yes it was the usual bounce flash, but I processed the picture through PS.
Inspired by a Toulouse Lautrec painting that I saw recently.
A. WOLF, I have met some truly wonderful people through PN .... Bill, Chris, Robert, Natasha, Victoria ... and others still that I will not mention because their pictures are posted here. You are most welcome to look me up if you pass through Paris, the pleasure will be entirely mutual.
Portrait a young lady .