Forums > Critique > Does your Avatar make me want to see your port?

Photographer

lifedoesnotpose

Posts: 6

North Plainfield, New Jersey, US

opinion?

Sep 16 13 12:05 am Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

MyrnaByrna Jen B wrote:

I love ya right back. Lumatic's shot is pretty DARN awesome. He totally made this shot, wow and thank you! I'm going to definitely keep this in my avatar line up. wink

That would be a good choice!!

Sep 16 13 04:25 am Link

Model

Leone P

Posts: 515

Batley, England, United Kingdom

Peach Jones wrote:
Hmmm, I like it......but not sure it will get me to want to see more. IMO you have a couple that work a bit better for avi interest

Thanks for stopping by!!

Oh ok awesome, could you tell me which you think work better please? smile x

Sep 16 13 07:57 am Link

Model

MissGoldenarrow

Posts: 8

Nijmegen, Gelderland, Netherlands

What do you think? smile

Sep 16 13 01:09 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

Leone P wrote:

Oh ok awesome, could you tell me which you think work better please? smile x

Sure! IMO these are your best:

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130313/14/5140eabfb6e7b_m.jpg
http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130913/08/52332a8e85ee6_m.jpg

Thanks for stopping by!!

Sep 16 13 02:00 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

Roger Medford wrote:
opinion?

I like the red, but not enough pop to bring me in

Sep 16 13 02:01 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

MissGoldenarrow wrote:
What do you think? smile

sorry but no

Sep 16 13 02:02 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

Ruqya wrote:
Does it?

no. not enough contrast and color. IMO you have some others that might greab my attention

Sep 16 13 02:03 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

Caustic Disco wrote:
me please smile

Thanks so much for stopping by! I think the shot shows your amazing figure, which is a plus. The only beef I have is that the background is a bit busy, so you don't stand out too well. As an avatar this is a big detriment. After looking through your fabulous port I see you have some.......IMO.....that are a sure thing for getting looks and attention.

Thanks for stopping and good luck!

Sep 16 13 02:08 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

CarlyPeacock wrote:
Moi??

As with many of the avatars I do indeed like the shot......just not as an avatar. The muted coloring scheme is wonderful, but may cause me to pass it over in favor of one that offers brighter coloring and contrast. And after looking at your port I must say that you do very impressive work.....Bravo!

Sep 16 13 02:11 pm Link

Photographer

Salvadorr Peeples

Posts: 37

Newport Beach, California, US

Would enjoy your opinion. Thanks.

Sep 17 13 01:15 am Link

Photographer

PhotographE

Posts: 40

Liverpool, England, United Kingdom

yes it would : )

Sep 17 13 03:19 am Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

Rey Salustiano wrote:
Would enjoy your opinion. Thanks.

I like her legs, they are very sexy. But not enough contrast from the background and doubt it would therefore make me notice it. In the avatar it must stand out and hit me in the nose in less than 1/2 second

Thanks for stopping by!!

Sep 17 13 05:41 am Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

PhotographE wrote:
yes it would : )

Sorry, not your present one

Sep 17 13 07:34 pm Link

Photographer

Jamie Spinella

Posts: 1

Largo, Florida, US

I would love an honest opinion!

Sep 17 13 07:54 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

Jamie Spinella wrote:
I would love an honest opinion!

Probably not your current one.....even though I do like her smile. IMO you do have one or 2 others that would be sure fire winners for getting hits on your port!

thanks for stopping by!

Sep 18 13 08:45 am Link

Photographer

Marin Photography NYC

Posts: 7248

New York, New York, US

shoot!

Sep 18 13 08:51 am Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

Marin Photography NYC wrote:
shoot!

not much pop.......no

Sep 18 13 04:51 pm Link

Model

May_Bee

Posts: 222

Basel, Basel-Town, Switzerland

changed not long ago, does it? smile

Sep 18 13 04:54 pm Link

Photographer

a HUMAN ad

Posts: 1148

Miami Beach, Florida, US

Does it?

Sep 18 13 05:19 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

May_Bee wrote:
changed not long ago, does it? smile

Your face is so beautiful.....use it! I just don't feel your current avi really shows us how beautiful you truly are

Sep 18 13 08:17 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

a HUMAN ad wrote:
Does it?

probably not. A bit too busy in front and I probably won't even see it

Sep 18 13 08:17 pm Link

Model

Breana Guidry

Posts: 7

Gilbert, Arizona, US

I am new and would LOVE to know!

Sep 18 13 08:25 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

Breana Guidry wrote:
I am new and would LOVE to know!

It is a bit washed out and hard to see your best features. IMO you have a couple others that would work much better for you

Sep 18 13 08:38 pm Link

Model

Breana Guidry

Posts: 7

Gilbert, Arizona, US

Peach Jones wrote:

It is a bit washed out and hard to see your best features. IMO you have a couple others that would work much better for you

Thanks for the honest feed back!

Sep 18 13 08:47 pm Link

Model

Nicki Micki

Posts: 267

Charleston, South Carolina, US

me?

Sep 18 13 08:47 pm Link

Photographer

Matrix Mark

Posts: 158

Maumee, Ohio, US

Requesting your feedback!

Sep 18 13 10:01 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

Nicki Micki wrote:
me?

I like the "come hither" positioning and your eyes draw the viewer in. That is good. The bad is the lack of color (red for example), lack of a background setting you out, and the horizontal positioning of the shot. However, that is one of your 2 best shots for avatar right now....IMO. I would say 60-70% yes

Sep 19 13 10:46 am Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

Matrix Mark wrote:
Requesting your feedback!

not much pop Mark. Probably not. After looking at your port, IMO you have a couple others that I think would get you a lot more attention.

thanks for stopping by!

Sep 19 13 10:48 am Link

Photographer

Matrix Mark

Posts: 158

Maumee, Ohio, US

Peach Jones wrote:
not much pop Mark. Probably not. After looking at your port, IMO you have a couple others that I think would get you a lot more attention.

thanks for stopping by!

Thank you very much!  Although I can't figure out which ones would be the attention-getters (for models.)  Hmmm...

Sep 19 13 11:33 am Link

Photographer

J Norris Photography

Posts: 15

Lafayette, Indiana, US

Give me your opinion. Thanks!

Sep 19 13 02:17 pm Link

Model

Christina Josephine

Posts: 121

Warsaw, Indiana, US

There are a few images a model gets back that they become attached too. My avatar is one of them. Thoughts?

Sep 19 13 07:40 pm Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

J Norris Photography wrote:
Give me your opinion. Thanks!

subject is a bit small....probably not

Sep 19 13 11:59 pm Link

Photographer

Gustavo Escanelle

Posts: 205

New Orleans, Louisiana, US

try me

Sep 20 13 12:03 am Link

Photographer

J-PhotoArt

Posts: 481

San Francisco, California, US

I'll take a chance and play.

Sep 20 13 12:17 am Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

Christina Josephine wrote:
There are a few images a model gets back that they become attached too. My avatar is one of them. Thoughts?

Your eyes and face are gorgeous! The only setback with that photo is that it is horizontal instead of vertical, when is a better orientation for an MM avatar. If it was vertical I would say 90% yes.....but since it is horizontal it is less recognizable and might not catch my attention as much. In the horizontal I would say 60% yes

Sep 20 13 08:02 am Link

Photographer

JAMES ROSS PHOTOGRAPHIX

Posts: 7361

Scottsdale, Arizona, US

Me too please!

Sep 20 13 08:09 am Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

Gustavo Escanelle wrote:
try me

Very catching and nice use of red.

Yes

Sep 20 13 08:22 am Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

J-PhotoArt wrote:
I'll take a chance and play.

The horizontal orientation hurts you. 50-60% yes

Sep 20 13 08:23 am Link

Photographer

Peach Jones

Posts: 6397

Champaign, Illinois, US

JAMES ROSS - 867-5309 wrote:
Me too please!

I looked, and I like your work very very much. I wish I was as good as you....to say the least. However IMO your avatar just doesn't draw me in as much as some of your other fabulous works would.

Your present avi.......probably not

Sep 20 13 08:25 am Link