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Model

Gina Dee

Posts: 314

BRONX, New York, US

I just posted 5 new pics from my latest shoot this past Saturday. I tried to incorporate some of the things you guys said to me since I put my profile up about 2 months ago.

Yes, I'm working my way up to the higher end photographers and I'm working on my facial expressions. But I really wanna know if you guys see improvement on my llamaing from my earlier stuff up to now.

Thanks and as always I appreciate your input.

Oct 04 12 12:36 pm Link

Photographer

James Morgan aka Maddog

Posts: 102

Burlison, Tennessee, US

Gina Dee wrote:
I just posted 5 new pics from my latest shoot this past Saturday. I tried to incorporate some of the things you guys said to me since I put my profile up about 2 months ago.

Yes, I'm working my way up to the higher end photographers and I'm working on my facial expressions. But I really wanna know if you guys see improvement on my modeling from my earlier stuff up to now.

Thanks and as always I appreciate your input.

Oct 04 12 01:08 pm Link

Model

Lynn Elizabeth

Posts: 1336

Coral Springs, Florida, US

Having more experienced photographers always helps to create more dynamic images. As for your posing and facial expressions they are fine. Keep practicing poses and looks in the mirror. No matter how much experience you have, playing in a mirror always helps. It allows you to take notice of every curve of your body and what positions enhance your features. It also shows you what to avoid, what type of positions are unflattering.

But all-in-all, keep up the good work! You definitely show confidence which is great!

Oct 10 12 10:55 am Link

Photographer

OmnyRa

Posts: 1029

Indianapolis, Indiana, US

I do still see more work needs to be done in expression, both physical and facial.  Maybe photogs aren't directing you, or are think you're limited and not asking for more. But, the more you offer them, the more they can work with. Study a lot, imitate what you see, practice with a mirror.  Later, practice getting into expression without the mirror's help so you learn to feel how it looks. Contemporary and jazz dance is a good place to explore expression through form.

Oct 21 12 11:44 am Link