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Model

LisaInLondon

Posts: 707

London, England, United Kingdom

Hi! There's been a lot of new things added to my portfolio. Curious what you think of them and me as a model. I'm trying to improve at all times and want to work with the best photographers I can get to work with me!

Dec 09 12 11:12 am Link

Photographer

The Effective Image

Posts: 3943

Lansing, Michigan, US

Let me ask a question about one of your images.

Specifically this one.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/121209/09/50c4d01228140_m.jpg

Did the photographer or you rotate it?

I don't think it works 'rotated'... there are wrinkles in the sheets... kind of hard to imagine a wall covered with wrinkled sheets.

Just my opinion.

Dec 09 12 06:19 pm Link

Photographer

Deirdre Holmes

Posts: 1264

San Pedro, California, US

I do not enjoy the first five photos in your port compared to the rest of your port.

Dec 09 12 06:26 pm Link

Model

E e v a

Posts: 1724

Nashville, Tennessee, US

I dont think any of them work as well as the ones you had before sad

Dec 09 12 06:34 pm Link

Photographer

Azimuth Arts

Posts: 1490

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Samantha Emme wrote:
I dont think any of them work as well as the ones you had before sad

+1 - I am not loving any of them.  I really think you have potential, but these concepts just aren't working for you.  But keep trying - you will get there.

Dec 10 12 06:49 am Link

Model

LisaInLondon

Posts: 707

London, England, United Kingdom

Samantha Emme wrote:
I dont think any of them work as well as the ones you had before sad

so why don't they work and what would?

Dec 10 12 09:28 am Link

Model

LisaInLondon

Posts: 707

London, England, United Kingdom

The Effective Image wrote:
Let me ask a question about one of your images.

Specifically this one.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/121209/09/50c4d01228140_m.jpg

Did the photographer or you rotate it?

I don't think it works 'rotated'... there are wrinkles in the sheets... kind of hard to imagine a wall covered with wrinkled sheets.

Just my opinion.

it wasnt rotated, that was the way it was shot, not meant to be a wall.

Dec 10 12 09:47 am Link

Model

E e v a

Posts: 1724

Nashville, Tennessee, US

LizaK wrote:
so why don't they work and what would?

This one you look very tired, and I am not digging the placement of the make up on you, pretty as it is.
http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/30913276

This one same thing, except you look too distracted as well:
http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/30913299

This one should be flipped the right way, but even so its boring compared to your other black and whites:
http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pi … 9#30913280

You work better in subtle things, with soft photography and things that are simple enough to showcase you. The make up in the first two shots is a distractor, and not an enhancer of you.

Dec 10 12 09:59 am Link

Photographer

D S P

Posts: 510

Portland, Oregon, US

I like your look but I don't like the images that were uploaded in Dec. It looks like you were, perhaps, working with an inexperienced photographer.

Dec 10 12 10:17 am Link