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Model

LisaInLondon

Posts: 707

London, England, United Kingdom

My new photo is quite a bit different from my other photo's. I'm very excited how it turned out! I'm curious to know what you think..

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/121109/11/509d569f45655_m.jpg

Nov 09 12 11:20 am Link

Model

Autumn Rose Brightly

Posts: 1097

Crowley, Texas, US

I looooooove it

Nov 09 12 11:24 am Link

Photographer

Maria J Campos

Posts: 252

Tilburg, Noord-Brabant, Netherlands

great addition to your port!!

Nov 09 12 12:13 pm Link

Model

TinRoses

Posts: 188

Wellington, Florida, US

It;s honestly stunning. I absolutely love it!

Nov 09 12 12:39 pm Link

Model

NicoleNudes

Posts: 3860

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

I like it

Nov 09 12 12:43 pm Link

Photographer

JT Life Photography

Posts: 451

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

LizaK wrote:
My new photo is quite a bit different from my other photo's. I'm very excited how it turned out! I'm curious to know what you think..

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/121109/11/509d569f45655_m.jpg

Nice concept, bad execution - looking up a model's nose does not make a great image.

Edit: I also find the eyes distracting on this, to me they look somewhat cross-eyed as if you were focussing on the tip of your nose. Again, nice concept of an image, but I think the image could have been much stronger with a little more care.
JT

Nov 09 12 01:32 pm Link

Photographer

Orca Bay Images

Posts: 32233

Lodi, California, US

JT Life Photography wrote:
Nice concept, bad execution - looking up a model's nose does not make a great image.

The head is angled so that while one can see the nostrils, one cannot see up them to any appreciable degree.

IMO, the image is very beautiful and most impressive.

Nov 09 12 01:48 pm Link

Photographer

Don Garrett

Posts: 4442

Escondido, California, US

I'm liking it. It is interesting and unusual. I have no problem with the models nostrils. If I was going to get nit-pickey about it, I might have cropped it a little differently. Specifically, a little bit of "useless space" off the left, a little less off the right, and maybe add a little headroom. I'd have to see the possibilities in the viewfinder before committing to any of these changes.
-Don

Nov 09 12 01:58 pm Link

Model

LisaInLondon

Posts: 707

London, England, United Kingdom

Thanks for your opinions!

Nov 10 12 02:32 am Link