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Published: Tuesday 4th of August 2009 10:30:22 AM
Again to you and to your nice models!...Ciaomau!
This photo is "COLORS" , excellent
At first I didn't care for that padlock above her head...then, I noticed her hands in a crossed (keep out!) position...didn't know whether you were trying to make a connection there or not?? Love the color version.
John...both photos are very good. I think the richness of the blues in the color shot (obviously) really add to the photo, as does the colors of the geranium plant. Nice pose on a very pretty model. Always helps!!
As usual, this is another excellent shot John. Very nice colours and mood. I prefer it in colour. Congrats.
Indeed she has a beautiful long hair.
I agree with Raymond.... my choice is color. Wonderful composition with beautiful model. Best regards. Stefano.
I'm not sure I don't prefer it in black and white .. ?
Thank you friends, she is a wonderfully expressive model too of course .. Tammy, the padlock, you noticed ... :-)
John , what a shot, just great , lovely and excellent contrast of colors, I think it is much better in color, natural and a very pretty model, congratulations // Salvador
David L. Forney
I like the colors and B&W. This one the colors of her skin against the background is very nice. David
Hi John. Well done, great shoot. Nice and sexy ambiance, beautiful model, perfect colors and lighting. Congratulations. Best regards. Jean-Jacques.
John, The color version is much more formal than the B&W. The Red, Green, and Blue really dominate. The visual tension is FANTASTIC!. Jim
great composition of this beautiful model, love it in both versions, cheers
John - Just magnificent. I am jealous in so many ways. :) Simply inspiring.
John Beautiful, both versions are fantastic, I love the colors and B&W Regards. Alberto
E. de Juan
With blue is wonderfull.
When I saw the padlock, I thought 'chastity belt'. You probably shouldn't ask why. :) I think it might help to take a bit of the foreground away--I don't think the white band does anything for the image as a whole. Neither does the plastic flowerpot, IMO. Amazing model, and not just for looks. She looks entirely comfortable in a VERY difficult pose. And the balance/contrast between her yellow hair and the blue door are very effective. A totally provocative images.
Beautiful shot... nice colours... pretty model... very well done...
Great Hi John glad to see another one of your great photographs. I prefer the colour to the tinted B/W. For me i would have removed the Geranium it distracts me from the model and it is a rather poor specimen. Just need to heal the mark on her knee. Great as always , looks like you're having fun in Greece. Envious as always Regards Aad
She's a dream model Les .... the importance is not only whether a model is at ease but whether she makes the photographer feel it is so .... we are friends of course and we have a lot of fun doing our photos.
I do prefer in color... by far!. I think this is one of your best. Greetings!
Stunning model John, I find intrusive the vase of flowers on the lower right in B/W, while the strong color of the door is one "must" of the color version!! R
Salvador del Saz
The contrast of colors -blue versus the soft tones of her skin- and the contrast of textures -rough door versus delicate and soft skin- are out of this world, ... an spectacular portrait!
she is a gorgeous girl
Maybe put the key in the lock. Very sensual. Beautifully done.
Untitled .. apologies .. erroneously posted under portraits and removed 10 mins later