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Model

Boston Artist Model

Posts: 1159

Boston, Massachusetts, US

I'll chance it

Mar 12 13 05:45 pm Link

Photographer

KMA2SQ

Posts: 3396

Knoxville, Tennessee, US

OK.

Mar 12 13 10:14 pm Link

Photographer

DWShoots

Posts: 300

San Antonio, Texas, US

Boston Artist Model wrote:
I'll chance it

You have posing ability and a great toned body but what you're lacking is decent images.

I noticed you do life drawing posing which is awesome. Your studio shots look like studio shots though as they are either lacking any processing or you can clearly see the studio set.

With that said I think you have incredible potential and though I've never worked with a male before, I'd shoot you.

Don

Mar 12 13 11:25 pm Link

Photographer

TDSImages

Posts: 859

Salt Lake City, Utah, US

I'll play...

Mar 13 13 05:51 am Link

Photographer

Ashley Holloway

Posts: 568

Lutz, Florida, US

I like to classify myself as an artist, so maybe smile

Mar 21 13 05:56 pm Link

Model

NicoleNudes

Posts: 3861

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Shoot smile

Mar 21 13 06:15 pm Link

Photographer

DWShoots

Posts: 300

San Antonio, Texas, US

TDSImages wrote:
I'll play...

Typically when I read profiles I like to get a sense of who someone is. I feel that a bit with yours in that you may be a little reserved.

I did comment on your first image as it's exceptional. Nothing for my list though so keep at it!

Don

Mar 23 13 09:50 am Link

Photographer

I Ference Photography

Posts: 1152

Rochester, New York, US

I'll take a stab.

Mar 23 13 09:58 am Link

Photographer

DWShoots

Posts: 300

San Antonio, Texas, US

Ashley Holloway wrote:
I like to classify myself as an artist, so maybe smile

Ashley,

You definitely have some outstanding images. Technically they are perfect. I really love the Secret Garden group too!

My pickiness lies here though with more of the fine art variety and although amazing in every way your photos I feel fall more into a fashion category.

I did almost list the "Tell Me a Secret" image but feel it would benefit from a better crop. I'm not sure if you'd be able to because it may have been how it was shot. It is wonderful nevertheless.

Thanks!

Don

Mar 23 13 09:58 am Link

Photographer

DWShoots

Posts: 300

San Antonio, Texas, US

NicoleNudes wrote:
Shoot smile

Nicole,

I must confess I've looked at your profile and portfolio several times.

I enjoy how different you can look depending on who you've worked with. Diversity in modeling isn't always easy but you really shine in this department. Your comment about your boobies in your profile is one of my favorites I've seen on Model Mayhem.

You've worked with some great people who have really flattered what you already provide which is a great sense of who they are and what they're doing.

I did add you to my list. It's a beautiful shot in it's simplicity and really is wonderful. Excellent work!

Don

Mar 23 13 10:07 am Link

Photographer

New Image Creations

Posts: 414

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Please take a look and let me know what you think.... Your portfolio is amazing!

Mar 23 13 10:14 am Link

Photographer

L Raye

Posts: 5028

Petaluma, California, US

Anything ?

Mar 23 13 10:16 am Link

Photographer

Chris Maxwell

Posts: 680

Sterling, Virginia, US

Anything interesting?

Mar 23 13 10:24 am Link

Model

DaniNikole

Posts: 129

Sacramento, California, US

Ill try smile

Mar 23 13 10:34 am Link

Photographer

Quentin Skyking

Posts: 296

Lancaster, Massachusetts, US

*Yawn*

Try me out!

Mar 23 13 10:41 am Link

Photographer

DWShoots

Posts: 300

San Antonio, Texas, US

I Ference Photography wrote:
I'll take a stab.

Ok, what can I say. It's hard to form coherent thoughts when jealousy is swirling through one's mind.

I am in love with your locations and how you've chosen to use them. These are the types of locations that I've been searching high and low for but unfortunately the cities I am near are being very progressive and the older properties are being removed and condominiums built in their place.

The self portrait is beautiful in it's own right as well.

What I found interesting about the shot with the holes in the wall and the staircase is that as a teenager growing up in the Dallas/Fort Worth area there was also an abandoned asylum that had the exact same feature which leads me to believe that they were designed by the same person/people.

I probably don't have to tell you this but your images are amazing and really special.

The one I've chosen to list has obviously been very popular as well. Excellent work! I've favorited you to be able to see your future pieces as well.

Thanks for sharing with us

Don

Mar 24 13 07:07 am Link

Photographer

DWShoots

Posts: 300

San Antonio, Texas, US

New Image Creations wrote:
Please take a look and let me know what you think.... Your portfolio is amazing!

Thank you for the kind compliment.

You definitely show some talent both in your image taking and post work.
I looked at your website and you have some lovely bodyscapes on there and I think I'm in love with the "Golden Girl" she's gorgeous and the photo in your portfolio does her justice.

I'm not necessarily seeing anything for my list yet. This is not to say that your work isn't good enough, simply just a different genre.

Thanks!

Don

Mar 24 13 07:15 am Link

Model

Seneca Thompson

Posts: 55

Anaheim, California, US

Take a look. smile

Mar 24 13 08:46 am Link

Photographer

JIOPIX

Posts: 1183

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Sounds like fun.  I'd appreciate a look smile

Mar 24 13 08:54 am Link

Photographer

I Ference Photography

Posts: 1152

Rochester, New York, US

DWShoots wrote:

Ok, what can I say. It's hard to form coherent thoughts when jealousy is swirling through one's mind.

I am in love with your locations and how you've chosen to use them. These are the types of locations that I've been searching high and low for but unfortunately the cities I am near are being very progressive and the older properties are being removed and condominiums built in their place.

The self portrait is beautiful in it's own right as well.

What I found interesting about the shot with the holes in the wall and the staircase is that as a teenager growing up in the Dallas/Fort Worth area there was also an abandoned asylum that had the exact same feature which leads me to believe that they were designed by the same person/people.

I probably don't have to tell you this but your images are amazing and really special.

The one I've chosen to list has obviously been very popular as well. Excellent work! I've favorited you to be able to see your future pieces as well.

Thanks for sharing with us

Don

Well thank you kindly for your generous appraisal of my work!  smile

It's true that many areas of the country lack in beautiful, historic abandoned buildings; that's why I put at least 30,000 miles under me each year - often, you have to travel far to find the really killer spots.

And those holes in the staircase - those are actually a fairly common feature in civil architecture south of a certain lattitude from a certain time period.  It's unlikely that an architect from South Carolina was working in Texas during the 1860s; architects (for the most part) didn't really have national, so much as regional, presences during this period.

Mar 24 13 09:06 am Link

Photographer

Ashley Holloway

Posts: 568

Lutz, Florida, US

DWShoots wrote:

Ashley,

You definitely have some outstanding images. Technically they are perfect. I really love the Secret Garden group too!

My pickiness lies here though with more of the fine art variety and although amazing in every way your photos I feel fall more into a fashion category.

I did almost list the "Tell Me a Secret" image but feel it would benefit from a better crop. I'm not sure if you'd be able to because it may have been how it was shot. It is wonderful nevertheless.

Thanks!

Don

Well thank you nonetheless! I do err towards the side of fashion for my MM portfolio, but I'm glad you still liked what you saw!

Mar 24 13 10:02 am Link

Photographer

DWShoots

Posts: 300

San Antonio, Texas, US

Seneca Art wrote:
Take a look. smile

I'm jumping ahead here for a minute.

Seneca you MUST know that I adore the propane shot. It was the first on my list before I even created this thread and the reason the list was created! I was very disappointed when you moved away from Austin before we had a change to work together!

Come back and humble me! wink

Don

Mar 25 13 10:41 pm Link

Model

Axioma

Posts: 6793

Gent, East Flanders, Belgium

ok

Mar 25 13 11:04 pm Link

Photographer

Barely StL

Posts: 933

Saint Louis, Missouri, US

Come on in and have a look.

Mar 26 13 12:55 am Link

Model

May_Bee

Posts: 222

Basel, Basel-Town, Switzerland

smile

Mar 26 13 06:32 pm Link

Model

Jhomel

Posts: 180

Singapore, Singapore, Singapore

How abt this?

Mar 26 13 07:19 pm Link

Model

NicoleNudes

Posts: 3861

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

DWShoots wrote:

Nicole,

I must confess I've looked at your profile and portfolio several times.

I enjoy how different you can look depending on who you've worked with. Diversity in modeling isn't always easy but you really shine in this department. Your comment about your boobies in your profile is one of my favorites I've seen on Model Mayhem.

You've worked with some great people who have really flattered what you already provide which is a great sense of who they are and what they're doing.

I did add you to my list. It's a beautiful shot in it's simplicity and really is wonderful. Excellent work!

Don

Thank you smile

Mar 26 13 07:49 pm Link

Photographer

TDSImages

Posts: 859

Salt Lake City, Utah, US

DWShoots wrote:

Typically when I read profiles I like to get a sense of who someone is. I feel that a bit with yours in that you may be a little reserved.

I did comment on your first image as it's exceptional. Nothing for my list though so keep at it!

Don

Thank you!!

Mar 27 13 06:25 am Link

Photographer

BCADULTART

Posts: 1986

Boston, Massachusetts, US

Love to join in, but all images on MM are 18+

Chuck

Mar 27 13 06:31 am Link

Photographer

Spade Photo

Posts: 19

Baton Rouge, Louisiana, US

Dippin my toes in the pond.

Mar 28 13 10:20 am Link

Model

Love_mya

Posts: 276

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

how about me?..

Mar 30 13 05:37 am Link

Photographer

Jeff Fiore

Posts: 9224

Pelham, New York, US

I would love to know.

Mar 30 13 06:10 am Link

Photographer

Don Garrett

Posts: 4454

Escondido, California, US

I've got a couple that I like !
-Don

Mar 30 13 06:13 am Link

Photographer

DWShoots

Posts: 300

San Antonio, Texas, US

KMA2SQ wrote:
OK.

Craig,
I think I accidentally skipped you so I'll give it a look now.

I really like some of your concepts. What you lack in the fine art variety you make up for in creativity.

The self portrait is awesome. What is that? an upside-down lamp?

Nothing for my list but keep up the interesting work and let's see some new ones!

Don

Apr 01 13 07:16 am Link

Photographer

DWShoots

Posts: 300

San Antonio, Texas, US

L Raye wrote:
Anything ?

I've seen your work before and really enjoy it.
What I find interesting though is that your avatar is not your best representation of your work. Mine isn't either usually for that matter.

I'm always pleasantly surprised when I see really nice images behind an avatar that makes me think, "meh".

A few of your full figure crops are a little tight and would really be fantastic with a little more room to breathe.

I like what's going on in your first image. So much in fact that I've listed it.

Don

Apr 01 13 07:22 am Link

Model

Cole Morrison

Posts: 3958

Portland, Oregon, US

I would love to know.

Apr 01 13 01:11 pm Link

Photographer

L Raye

Posts: 5028

Petaluma, California, US

L Raye wrote:
Anything ?

DWShoots wrote:
I've seen your work before and really enjoy it.
What I find interesting though is that your avatar is not your best representation of your work. Mine isn't either usually for that matter.

I'm always pleasantly surprised when I see really nice images behind an avatar that makes me think, "meh".

A few of your full figure crops are a little tight and would really be fantastic with a little more room to breathe.

I like what's going on in your first image. So much in fact that I've listed it.

Don

Thanks so much.  The image you listed was one where I directed how the model posed and placed her in that spot.  I'll keep the cropping issue in mind at future shoots.

Apr 01 13 03:07 pm Link

Photographer

DWShoots

Posts: 300

San Antonio, Texas, US

Ok, I'm taking some time and playing catch-up with this today because for once I don't have a shoot scheduled over this weekend. So... here we go...

Apr 13 13 03:37 pm Link

Photographer

MichaelClements

Posts: 1739

Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Try me

Apr 13 13 03:41 pm Link

Photographer

Paul Tirado Photography

Posts: 4253

New York, New York, US

Take a look. Maybe something.

Apr 13 13 06:29 pm Link