Ocala, Florida, US
I'm currently a rookie and that can be caught by just looking at my photos when it comes to me I know i'm not the best model but I just feel like I should be moving further in my career by now i've done a couple a rookie shoots that's it so I would like for someone to just scan through my pics and give me some advice...Thank You
May 21 13 11:03 am Link
Atlanta, Georgia, US
Boring. There is no story to them, no emotion, nothing interesting. To me images without a purpose are just random snapshots and not worth the time.
You need to work on something that tells a story, conveys an emotion or at least is commercial enough to be selling something to progress as a model. These are typical starter fodder shots, not that it's uncommon mind you, just something you need to get past (and stop doing).
May 21 13 11:15 am Link
New York, New York, US
Shoot with better photographers and practice, practice and then practice some more!
Your photos are all filled with that blur thing some togs do and it's not flattering, not appealing and definitely destroys an image. Look at some magazines and some you tube videos on posing. Maybe some acting lessons can help.
May 21 13 11:25 am Link
Ypsilanti, Michigan, US
I think your images would be a lot better without that blur thing going on. I've been accused of over-processing my images before, so if I think it's overdone it's probably WAY overdone.
I'd ask the photographer to redo them if possible. I say if possible because I'm betting the original photos were out of focus and the photographer used the blur to cover it up.
May 21 13 12:55 pm Link
Columbus, Ohio, US
5 or 6 of them are way over shopped.
Two in front of the yellow wall, 2nd row, done by Don Corleone's wire man are your best IMHO.
May 21 13 01:00 pm Link
STUDIO CITY, California, US
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May 21 13 01:01 pm Link
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
the one of you outside and clothed is really nice, consider adding some more editorial work instead of just glam.
May 21 13 01:18 pm Link