Published: Thursday 7th of June 2007 08:57:08 PM
It is impossible to answer this question. One interracts with the models, it is a give and take process. Is it important?
Very striking pose and portrait, John!!
Zt 263 Gorgeous shot,love the pose, nice lighting
I like the way the opening in her blouse mirrors the shape of her arms around her head. Was this your idea or hers?
wow, look at her eye contact - awesome!
Hi, 7/7 Excellent! John. Alberto
Just curious, you have previously stated that the models often pose themselves. I guess the modeling sessions are very free flowing rather than formally set sittings.
Yes Richard, that's exactly what I meant .. I mostly move around to change the angle, as in the case above, and obviously I will occasionally move something that looks wrong, but it's more like a jigsaw puzzle in which the pieces just move in together .. I think that this pose would be relatively hard to reproduce on purpose, it would imply unending fiddling around with the shirt etc .. I also think that any model will move differently according to who is there in front of her holding the camera. It's what helps to personalize a photo .. it's a two way process. Thanks for passing by again ..
Awesome! John, I love everything about this image. Its awesome!
Very beautiful girl in an excellent composition with perfect grey tones. Bravo John.
Portrait of a modern young lady .