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Model

rachel nicole

Posts: 20

Dubuque, Iowa, US

I was told by friends I looked nervous. I was. Throwers over100 foreign speaking strangers at the event, in Chicago, that was setup much like I imagine a strip club would be.
I tried to look cool and calm, but I think the nerves got the best of me..

I've received great compliments from many people, but I'd love a critique.
Is this port worthy?



Any critique on my profile/portfolio would be highly valued. Thank you all.

Feb 09 13 05:43 pm Link

Model

rachel nicole

Posts: 20

Dubuque, Iowa, US

Can you see the photo? I can't from my mobile... Incase you can't... http://i46.tinypic.com/2wbzs4g.jpg lol

Feb 09 13 05:43 pm Link

Photographer

The Effective Image

Posts: 3943

Lansing, Michigan, US

Port worthy... Nope, IMHO. My main objection is the positioning of your right arm. Doesn't seem 'natural' and the lighting did it no favors (kinda darker and that draws attention to it).

As for your portfolio, the bottom two rows don't help you much, and you should replace those images with better ones as you get them.

Just my opinion.

Feb 09 13 07:03 pm Link

Photographer

David Kirk

Posts: 4502

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

I don't think it will add positively to your portfolio.  I think you could do much better.

Feb 10 13 02:29 am Link

Photographer

Darryl Varner

Posts: 725

San Jacinto, California, US

Personally, I don't believe that particular shot is going to enhance your portfolio. As to your question regarding your portfolio in general - I'd dump the yellow tinted image and then choose the best of each outfit/location. In my opinion showing a variety of photos - even though they may be few in number -comes across better than displaying several similiar images.

Feb 10 13 02:50 am Link