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Holly Hoxter

Posts: 173

Richmond, Virginia, US

Im trying to improve as much as possible and would love to see what others think of my work so far.

Oct 10 12 08:38 am Link


Seismic Images

Posts: 525

Morisset, New South Wales, Australia

Yeah I love it. I just added you smile

Oct 10 12 08:48 am Link


Holly Hoxter

Posts: 173

Richmond, Virginia, US


Oct 10 12 02:05 pm Link



Posts: 4591

Rochester, New York, US

Holly Summers wrote:
Im trying to improve as much as possible and would love to see what others think of my work so far.


Oct 10 12 02:10 pm Link


Orca Bay Images

Posts: 32943

Poulsbo, Washington, US

Your work is good. Some very good. There's just too much redundancy in your portfolio.

Oct 10 12 04:20 pm Link


Brandi Thompson

Posts: 667

Plano, Texas, US

Honestly - cliche and repetitive T&A. I understand some people just do glamor but I've seen it done with some art and interest and honestly, your portfolio overall is just not that interesting.

Oct 11 12 08:04 pm Link



Posts: 838

Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Shorten up some on the images,,,, don't wear same thing in a differenet shot and/or same background (it just gets boring fast when your looking at a lot of images)... Personally, I want to see the best shot (1) of that shoot... I don't care if there is millions images taken,, just one, the best one.... No more than 20 images and remove and replace with only better images,,, once you shorten up you will have a powerful portfolio... All the best

Oct 11 12 09:08 pm Link


Jordan Bunniie

Posts: 1755

Seattle, Washington, US


I'm not impressed.

Too much redundancy.

Some of your photos you have a dead look. Not appealing for sexy style photos.

Add awkward posing and some unflattering crops and angles.
Your portfolio seems very beginner to me.

Oct 11 12 09:17 pm Link


Art Silva

Posts: 9719

Santa Barbara, California, US

I think you have awesome potential and a stunning figure. 'that said I urge you to find and work with photographers who can bring that potential in you Out, someone(s) who can compliment and showcase your figure as it should be... that means non paid and TF* work for a while [sorry] but believe me it'll be worth it in the long run.

Work on expressions and expressive posing, your body and look IS the art. Research and look at images that inspire YOU, bring fresh that inspiration to your shoots.

Lastly trim down your port, the repetitiveness of multiple shots from photoshoots never comes across well. You will in time soon build enough body of work that you will "add" on to your port.
I'd rather see one best shot from a photoshoot in a small port than what you have now.

Keep shooting and all the best smile

Oct 13 12 08:21 pm Link


robert b mitchell

Posts: 2217

Surrey, British Columbia, Canada

The comment about the repetitive photos is very true, but I have seen worse and you have a desirable look. I would just replace some of those shots.  smile

Oct 13 12 08:33 pm Link


Holly Hoxter

Posts: 173

Richmond, Virginia, US

I totally lost this thread somehow. It's been a year but for everyone that suggested things thank you very much and I have been taking your advice! 

Feb 02 13 05:23 pm Link



Posts: 2956

New York, New York, US

Hey Holly- your avatar made me laugh- are you trying to be a 80's flash dance model?  So changing that would be a good idea.  You seem to work a lot- good for you.

Feb 02 13 08:25 pm Link


Mike Williams Photo

Posts: 125

Chattanooga, Tennessee, US

I agree with some of the comments above about the repetetive shots but I think you have a awesome look and would love to work with you. I was just following some of your work through MPT in Knoxville which is right up the road from me. Compared to some of the "fine art" and "art for the sake of art" portfolios I see on here your, with some work will be far better in the long run.

Feb 02 13 08:36 pm Link