Forums > Critique > Fun and Games > WORST photo of the person above you

Model

Meow Kitty

Posts: 14

San Jose, California, US

Black Rainbow Inc wrote:
All but the first three are pretty bad. I'd delete all of those.

That is not how you play the game. You appear to just be a rude person with a bad attitude, why would I value your opinion? haha

Sep 06 13 05:21 pm Link

Model

Nicolette

Posts: 12698

Midland, Texas, US

Black Rainbow Inc wrote:
All but the first three are pretty bad. I'd delete all of those.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130906/15/522a5841dcd0e_m.jpg
Selective color pretty much never, ever, ever works.

Sep 06 13 07:49 pm Link

Photographer

JBL Photography

Posts: 237

Kalispell, Montana, US

If I had to pick one it would be this. It was hard to choose

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/120623/14/4fe63b7bc494b.jpg

Sep 06 13 08:06 pm Link

Model

Marley Estel

Posts: 5

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

It was really hard to pick one- you have such a great port- but this one just seemed too busy to me.

http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/5223476

Sep 06 13 08:10 pm Link

Photographer

Barely StL

Posts: 912

Saint Louis, Missouri, US

Marley Estel wrote:

I know it's often hard for new models/members to work with better photographers. Many of the photos (imo) have strange camera angles, aren't lit or cropped well, etc. Stick with it and work your way up the photographer food chain, and your port will get better.

18+
http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/13 … 7177_m.jpg

Best:

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130905/21/5229589fa987b_m.jpg

Sep 06 13 10:09 pm Link

Photographer

dd photography

Posts: 924

San Diego, California, US

Sep 07 13 01:26 am Link

Photographer

Open Eyes

Posts: 109

Bellevue, Washington, US

Hard choice because you have many good shots.  Your experience shows.  This one however jumped out.  While it would be considered "very good" (but not great) in someone else's port, compared to what you have this one is a miss for me.  There is a bit too much flare and it distracts from the model's face rather than complementing it.

http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/30704055

Sep 07 13 01:35 am Link

Model

VeronicaB

Posts: 97

San Francisco, California, US

I just don't think this one is up to snuff with the rest of your photos and the posing is a little awkward, also the model has no neck so her face is kind of hidden

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130225/22/512c4fa3a27a9_m.jpg

Sep 07 13 10:48 am Link

Photographer

The Art Of Hands

Posts: 177

Toledo, Ohio, US

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130826/22/521c38ce95733_m.jpg

The hair in the face does not work.

Sep 07 13 11:30 am Link

Photographer

Gamma Photography

Posts: 231

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

In this case (as in others) "worst" definitely means "least awesomely amazing" because there are no bad photos in your port.

I chose this one because it's the only one in which you altered the original image to become something else (mirroring in this instance).

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/120923/10/505f43b1b512d_m.jpg

I recognize the caption from somewhere... a movie? smile

Cheers!

Gary

Sep 07 13 12:10 pm Link

Photographer

Open Eyes

Posts: 109

Bellevue, Washington, US

This one.  It just doesn't "pop" and seems out of place compared to the rest of you portfolio.

http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/32601157

Sep 08 13 10:51 pm Link

Photographer

Dave McDermott

Posts: 451

Coill Dubh, Kildare, Ireland

This one:
http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/33470714

I don't like the lighting. It looks too blown out.

Sep 10 13 09:52 am Link

Photographer

Eclectic Vision

Posts: 8214

Toledo, Ohio, US

Super awkward legs.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130126/07/5103f9d017b24_m.jpg

Sep 10 13 10:42 am Link

Photographer

dd photography

Posts: 924

San Diego, California, US

you made this hard ... big fan ... fantastic concepts and stories.

i had to pick one right?

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/110903/01/4e61e87c9834d_m.jpg


Didn't have the same depth, mystery as the others to me. I like her tree tat and thought that could have been more integrated?

Nick picky though, strong work.

Sep 10 13 01:27 pm Link

Photographer

1472

Posts: 1059

Pembroke Pines, Florida, US

dd photography wrote:
you made this hard ... big fan ... fantastic concepts and stories.

i had to pick one right?

[url=http://modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/24757793]http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/110903/01/4e61e87c9834d_m.jpg[/
Didn't have the same depth, mystery as the others to me. I like her tree tat and thought that could have been more integrated?

Nick picky though, strong work.

Wow love your natural light stuff if I had to

It's this one

Wait nvm I can't choose 😏

Sep 10 13 01:41 pm Link

Photographer

SoftLights

Posts: 332

New Orleans, Louisiana, US

Very pretty young lady, I love natural red heads and freckles but the eye that is in the shadow looks over brightened. Just my opinion.


http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/30333169

Sep 10 13 01:46 pm Link

Photographer

1472

Posts: 1059

Pembroke Pines, Florida, US

Soft Lights wrote:
Very pretty young lady, I love natural red heads and freckles but the eye that is in the shadow looks over brightened. Just my opinion.


http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/30333169

Ahh thanks for your input

Sep 10 13 01:54 pm Link

Photographer

PhotographE

Posts: 40

Liverpool, England, United Kingdom

I like your port and you got a good collection of pics on it ...Hmmm if I must choose then I would say this : http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/11 … 46b5_m.jpg

Sep 10 13 04:04 pm Link

Photographer

Inceptive Photography

Posts: 4

Cambridge, Ontario, Canada

Great portfolio but if I had to pick it would be

http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/33430321

Even though your model is centered and playful with a good expression my eye is drawn to the reflection and scans the glass to try and make out the scene behind there before I'm drawn to the model.

Awesome job though!

Sep 10 13 04:22 pm Link

Photographer

Penumbra Photography

Posts: 323

Sacramento, California, US

Inceptive Photography wrote:
Great portfolio but if I had to pick it would be

http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/33430321

Even though your model is centered and playful with a good expression my eye is drawn to the reflection and scans the glass to try and make out the scene behind there before I'm drawn to the model.

Awesome job though!

This one mainly because of the post work, love your port though. You have some strong images.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130125/13/5102fa51805fd_m.jpg

Sep 10 13 04:45 pm Link

Photographer

Sam Dixon

Posts: 279

Fayetteville, North Carolina, US

Penumbra Photography wrote:
This one mainly because of the post work, love your port though. You have some strong images.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130125/13/5102fa51805fd_m.jpg

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130127/10/510573b1ba232_m.jpg

The hands and arms in the photo just seem to be wrong....

Sep 10 13 04:54 pm Link

Photographer

B The Image

Posts: 45

Grand Haven, Michigan, US

http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/31774526

This shot is okay, but it doesn't fit in well with everything else.
-love the bike shots tho;)

Sep 14 13 05:16 am Link

Model

Angelina L

Posts: 20

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US

http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/21748205

If I would be the model, I wouldn't like this one... Light is beautiful, but you didn't show the beauty of the girl!

Sep 14 13 05:33 am Link

Model

Tiffiney C

Posts: 570

Los Angeles, California, US

Angelina Chloe wrote:
http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/21748205

If I would be the model, I wouldn't like this one... Light is beautiful, but you didn't show the beauty of the girl!

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130102/19/50e4fd91a2841_m.jpg

Can't see your face or figure. This photo would be better in your home photo album than in your modeling portfolio.

Tiff
www.TiffineyC.com

Sep 14 13 05:40 am Link

Photographer

Gamma Photography

Posts: 231

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Yet another case where "worst" means "least stunningly stupendously superb."

I chose this one because of the framing - your toes appear to be cropped just a bit too tightly.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/111210/12/4ee3c1a2017fc_m.jpg

Lemme tell ya, this was easier than picking a "best" would have been - they're all winners.

Cheers!

Gary

Sep 14 13 06:47 am Link

Model

KRISTEN MARIE

Posts: 484

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

I don't understand this image, I don't like it.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130708/16/51db4c599a2ba.jpg

Sep 14 13 09:53 pm Link

Photographer

dd photography

Posts: 924

San Diego, California, US

you don't look human ... your lips are off ... that hair strand bugs ... one side of your hair is red and the other is blonde ...

Right?

just sayin, you've got better images!

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130914/21/523532ee71891_m.jpg

Sep 14 13 10:07 pm Link

Model

May_Bee

Posts: 222

Basel, Basel-Town, Switzerland

dd photography wrote:
you don't look human ... your lips are off ... that hair strand bugs ... one side of your hair is red and the other is blonde ...

Right?

just sayin, you've got better images!

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130914/21/523532ee71891_m.jpg

Your Port is great, I like your style and all photos are well done,
here is one I don´t like as much as the rest:

Sep 19 13 04:37 am Link

Model

May_Bee

Posts: 222

Basel, Basel-Town, Switzerland

Sep 19 13 04:37 am Link

Photographer

Preime Photography

Posts: 50

Brighton, England, United Kingdom

tough one - modeling wise I think they are all great, but from a photography point of view I would say this one: http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130919/04/523ae53c52c4b_m.jpg The photographer could have really done with a reflector or fill flash to bring some light into your face.

Sep 19 13 05:01 am Link

Photographer

Gamma Photography

Posts: 231

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Hmmm.... There's nothing particularly "wrong" with this photo, but I had to pick one smile

It took me a little while to figure out that the "fog" on the left was her veil... at first I thought it was smoke that you had added in photoshop. Maybe it's just a tiny bit too much out of the depth of field?

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/100121/08/4b587ee08b0a1_m.jpg

I like your work - fun shots in natural light.

Cheers!

Gary

Sep 19 13 07:08 am Link

Photographer

Jorge Kreimer

Posts: 2393

Los Angeles, California, US

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130508/18/518aff85a2124_m.jpg

Dark and not flattering.

Sep 19 13 08:46 am Link

Photographer

I M N Photography

Posts: 2339

New York, New York, US

None.
What I consider "bad" is highly subjective - based on personal taste.

The images are technically superior, and convey an established style.

Sep 19 13 08:54 am Link

Photographer

Gamma Photography

Posts: 231

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Jorge Kreimer wrote:
http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130508/18/518aff85a2124_m.jpg

Dark and not flattering.

Thanks for helping me take out the trash again (grin)

*Skip me: I'm just yapping here - it's MnPhoto's turn*

G

Sep 19 13 04:08 pm Link

Photographer

J Norris Photography

Posts: 15

Lafayette, Indiana, US

I really love your work so its hard to pick a worst. But if I have to Ill go with this one: http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/13890606. It's just not doing it for me like the rest of your port.

MnPhoto wrote:
None.
What I consider "bad" is highly subjective - based on personal taste.

The images are technically superior, and convey an established style.

Sep 19 13 05:26 pm Link

Photographer

PhotographE

Posts: 40

Liverpool, England, United Kingdom

I like your pics but if I have to pic one then it will be this : http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/13 … e8ff56.jpg

Sep 20 13 09:37 am Link

Model

Marie Rayn

Posts: 21

Eugene, Oregon, US

This pose feels awkward, with her right arm/hand almost completely obscured and awkwardly holding the purse.
http://www.modelmayhem.com/portfolio/pic/33430321

Alrighty next person, lay it on me, I want to get rid of my worst ones:)

Sep 21 13 02:47 am Link

Photographer

B The Image

Posts: 45

Grand Haven, Michigan, US

Well I'll let a pro handle this....NEXT...

Sep 21 13 06:13 am Link

Photographer

Gamma Photography

Posts: 231

Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Marie Rayn wrote:
Alrighty next person, lay it on me, I want to get rid of my worst ones:)

I chose this one because as a model your port should be about YOU. This might be a cool shot in a photographer's album, but it's not a photograph of you: your face is so blown out as to be unrecognizable and being behind the structure reduces you to a minor part in a photo of a big tank.

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130920/19/523d07594d796_m.jpg

Cheers!

Gary

Sep 21 13 06:44 am Link

Photographer

Laura Bello

Posts: 1622

Rochester, New York, US

Gamma Photography wrote:

http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/130715/16/51e485b956e88_m.jpg

This one. The laying pose it awkward and the outfit makes it look more like a senior portrait.

Sep 21 13 09:22 am Link