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flaery Featured By Owner Dec 23, 2007  Hobbyist General Artist
I like this. I think the detail of the figure in the back in the same pose (or close) as one of the models is interesting.
Davenit Featured By Owner Dec 19, 2007
I haven't shot many human subjects in my photographic career so I'll do the best I can telling you what I feel about this shot.

I find my eye wandering all over the frame without being able to focus. The chandelier, the stuff on the table in the background, the comforter billowing out under the top sheet. I think there is too much going on in the frame and it distracts from the subjects themselves.

The lighting is kinda cool but really takes away from the models in the shot. The brightest part in the frame is the wall and the models faces are in shadow. You're not giving the viewer a chance to focus on the girls much.

The toughest thing about this frame is the expression on the models. They just look bored and don't give me anything to grab onto. I just don't get an emotional tie to this image.

I would suggest getting rid of stuff that can take the viewers attention away and get the models to be a bit more into it. Images like this are meant to arouse viewers and this one just isn't. I'm not saying they have to be on top of each other, but a simple grin can do wonders. Actually the background model looks pretty alluring, its the foreground one I have the biggest issue with.


I like that image MUCH better. Not so much in the frame, playful nature, nice lighting. A much better capture of two beautiful subjects...


PS - Really nice gallery man. Brilliant work...
aida-julia Featured By Owner Oct 29, 2007
good series
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