Forums > Critique > Serious Critique > Should this go into my portfolio?

Model

J Jessica

Posts: 2340

Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, US

I thought Penelope (bunny) was cute here, but the background i'm if-y about:
http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7233/7379797430_801a152def_z.jpg

And this:
http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8299/7848410174_bbb8fc46e1.jpg
http://farm8.staticflickr.com/7251/7848409986_549cb1f8c1.jpg
^meh?
http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8446/7848410070_d12288929c_z.jpg
^This is kinda funny


I was thinking of getting a bigger port, as well.

Nov 25 12 05:26 pm Link

Artist/Painter

Hunter GWPB

Posts: 1596

King of Prussia, Pennsylvania, US

It is better for you to be holding the rabbit than just the rabbit.
All of the proposed ones are better than the bathing suit in the tub.  And the one above it.  The best pictures you have belong in your port.  Not the ones with the most views or comments or lists.  I say yes.  Swap these in and some others out.

Nov 27 12 08:41 pm Link

Photographer

255 West

Posts: 6468

New York, New York, US

No bunny shot and no American flag shot.
Also, the biggest single mistake photographers or models make is to include way WAY too many photos in their portfolio.

You never want to make the viewer feel tired of looking, even if they're great shots, it gets tedious.

It shows that you don't know how to edit your photos down to the best, so you appear to be throwing everything into it, including the kitchen sink.

Nov 28 12 10:59 am Link

Photographer

DAN CRUIKSHANK

Posts: 1786

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

I like the shot with sunglasses.

Nov 28 12 11:12 am Link

Model

Affinity Finch

Posts: 652

Bodmin, England, United Kingdom

DAN CRUIKSHANK wrote:
I like the shot with sunglasses.

Mee too that one for definate! smile

Nov 28 12 11:19 am Link