by Peri John

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Gallery: Artistic Nudes in black and white 1

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Published: Saturday 29th of August 2009 09:02:37 AM


Alan Ballinger
Very Nice I usually don't comment on the models in your photos John, but this pose, and the lighting, really do her justice by showing off her excellent muscle tone. I really think this is a stunning photo.

Jim Phelps
John, Excellent lighting, it complements the pose very well. Also, I love the eyes!!! Kudos to you both! Jim phelps

Rudolf Kartelin

Michael C
Damn it John... you're just too good! ;o) This girl looks a lot like Cindy Crawford in her younger years. Very nice, as always! Best, Michael

Bob Kurt
Really, really nice. Congratulations.

Stephen Solomon
Dynamic Love the pose and tonality. Location is awesome. Model's expression is also conducive to the overall tension of her pose. I really like the texture of the wooden doors and the iron door handle against her skin. Really well done!

Alberto Quintal
John. Excellent!!! Alberto

Robert Hecht
Very well done Dear John, I love the texture of the wood corresponding to her curly hair. This is fine art! Congrats! Kind regards Robert

Maurizio Moro
Every day a new, wonderful image!...Ciaomau!

Ricardo Maximo Lopez D'Angelo
As always ... Excellent !! Best regards.

Ali Bagherzadeh
Excellent ...
Best regards

John Peri
Thank you friends, it's always nice to read and kudos to this wonderful model and friend .. all I said was crouch, the rest is her .. that said, I see minor signs of retouching that need to be redone when I am back home on my computer ...

John Peri
Thank you David. I would suspect she was careful not to tan her face too much, which may explain the difference. At any rate, it wasn't done on purpose, the photo is taken on a sunny day in the shade ..

Michael Meneklis
Very fine composition with excellent pose and fantastic gray tones. Bravo John.

David L. Forney
John, another beautiful image!! You are so fortunate to be able to work with such beauties. I love the tones on her body. It may be my screen, but the tones on her face are a little different. Is that to draw attention? David

Allan Brown
"the blend..." Hi John, I've commented a few times on your photos simply from a "pleasing to the eye" perspective. I love to take photos but I'm not close to the caliber of folks out here on Photo.net. Anyway... I love this photo because the tone is very pleasing (from my point of view), she blends almost as if she is part of the wood yet very warm and natural (which I am sure she is both ;-) ). Just excellent as always! Kindest Regards - Allan

John Peri
No entry .. no jokes .. :-)

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