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_eMMe_
Posts: 842
Florence, Toscana, Italy


Great work, I liked the page, I will be glad to receive any tips.
Mar 23 13 06:42 am  Link  Quote 
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Celine Sophia
Posts: 503
Santa Barbara, California, US


Liked, please critique
Mar 28 13 06:51 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Mineli
Posts: 31
Columbia, South Carolina, US


me please and thank you
Mar 30 13 04:45 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Little Ones Photography
Posts: 25
Dayton, Ohio, US


I liked, critique!
Apr 15 13 08:52 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Mary Zdo
Posts: 176
San Ramon, California, US


I liked it. Apparently I'm supposed to mention the number 27. Bam.
Apr 15 13 11:02 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Gustavo Escanelle
Posts: 201
New Orleans, Louisiana, US


so what do you think........
Apr 15 13 11:20 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
glamourit
Posts: 158
Toronto, Ontario, Canada


Ok ... Chace... what do you  see??luv
Apr 17 13 05:55 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Chace Photography
Posts: 210
Scottsdale, Arizona, US


Chace Photography wrote:
Free port/image critique for anyone who 'likes' our FB page (http://www.facebook.com/chacephotography)

**serious feedback will be provided**

***I'm Back For 2013*** Please mention the number 27 after you like our FB page. Thanks! (((chace)))

***My apologies to those who 'liked' our page and I haven't given a critique to yet...I've been swamped. I'm on it now though! Thanks for understanding.***

Apr 30 13 11:49 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Chace Photography
Posts: 210
Scottsdale, Arizona, US


_eMMe_ wrote:
Great work, I liked the page, I will be glad to receive any tips.

Thank you for the 'like'! We appreciate the support...

I only viewed your non-nude images and you have a good look. There weren't enough images to really give you constructive words as to the whole of your port. But, I will say that I would like to see you with a variation of hairstyling/make-up. From the few images I looked at, it seems like you have an awareness of your body while posing and this is important of course. Keep with it and please let me know when you upload more images and I will give you more feedback. Take care!

(((chace)))

Apr 30 13 11:56 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Chace Photography
Posts: 210
Scottsdale, Arizona, US


Celine Sophia wrote:
Liked, please critique

Thanks for the 'like' Celine.

I understand that you're just starting out and trying to make money, through modeling, to pay for college. My critique is based on this...

Your port is good. It's a plus that you have a variety of pictures in your port because this shows flexibility. I think you would be best in lifestyle-type modeling, or maybe even beauty. Try to find the absolute best photographers that you can who will shoot TFP and specialize in lifestyle/beauty, but be aware of scams or people who are just using photography as a front to 'hook-up'. Try to always take someone with you on these shoots not only because you are younger, but because it's an overall good idea for anyone working TFP.

Keep at it and let me know if you need any help along the way. Take care.

(((chace)))

Apr 30 13 12:07 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Chace Photography
Posts: 210
Scottsdale, Arizona, US


Mineli wrote:
me please and thank you

Mineli...did you 'like' our page?

Your port is good overall. I think you would be best suited for swimsuit modeling. Try to find a photographer who will work TFP, and who specializes in swimsuit photography. Let me know when you put some new pictures up and I will provide you with more feedback. Keep at it! Take care.

(((chace)))

Apr 30 13 12:12 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Jupiter Red
Posts: 521
New York, New York, US


Liked it.
Me please.
Apr 30 13 12:12 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Images by MR
Posts: 7,744
Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada


Liked it, let me know smile
Apr 30 13 12:17 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Chace Photography
Posts: 210
Scottsdale, Arizona, US


Little Ones Photography wrote:
I liked, critique!

Thanks for the 'like'!

You have a good port, but limited of course. I noticed that the 9 pictures you have up are all with natural light. You've done a good job with exposing for the available light. Have you tried studio work yet? I would pay close attention to angles. Angles are very important when you are working with llamas for commercial-type work. You said you enjoyed gothic but wanted to go outside of that as well and I think this is a good idea for any photographer because it allows you to experience what you like and dislike. With gothic, besides for-the-fun-of-it, try to keep in mind the commercial application and how you can move your pictures into images that can be then sold. Please let me know if you would like me to critique future work that you are involved in. Take care.

(((chace)))

Apr 30 13 12:20 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Chace Photography
Posts: 210
Scottsdale, Arizona, US


Mary Zdo wrote:
I liked it. Apparently I'm supposed to mention the number 27. Bam.

Mary---Thank for the 'like' and the 27! smile

Your 'eye' for creativity and aesthetics shows in your port. Overall your port is good, and your bio shows pizazz.

I understand that modeling might come second to school but I'm still going to take liberty in providing you with feedback that might focus your modeling work more...It seems like you have the potential to garner some commissioned fashion and beauty work. I don't know if you have a book yet or not but try to make your online version as solid as possible. There are some pictures in your port that take away from the quality of others. Try to only display the absolute best image, from any given shoot, that you can. Perhaps enlist the help of a commercial(published) photographer in the beauty and/or fashion industry that would be willing to help you sort through the 'good' and the 'best'. As far as what you have now, I would be willing to give you my advice on which ones to drop from your MM port at least.

Also, I read that you are proficient with hair-styling and make-up but enlisting those who do this full-time will allow you to focus on only 'modeling' during the shoot. I would like to see more variety in your hair-styling as well.

Please let me know if you need anything throughout your journey. Keep at it!

(((chace)))

Apr 30 13 12:37 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Chace Photography
Posts: 210
Scottsdale, Arizona, US


Gustavo Escanelle wrote:
so what do you think........

Gustavo...Have you 'liked' our page?

Your port is extensive. You have many models in a variety of sets. You seem to have good control of lighting. You've listed many different areas of specialization, and this is reflected in your port. What do you enjoy shooting most? I would focus on working with angles and the posing of models you're working with. Further, there are some great ideas displayed in your port but many of them are with the wrong model. When you have an idea for a potential shoot, try to select the absolute best(right) model for the concept because the concept often falls flat without the model to match it. I would also, although I understand the diversity of your shooting  styles, remove some of the images from your port. Try more for quality than quantity. Overall, your port is good and I enjoyed viewing your pictures. Keep at it!

(((chace)))

Apr 30 13 12:49 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Chace Photography
Posts: 210
Scottsdale, Arizona, US


glamourit wrote:
Ok ... Chace... what do you  see??luv

Have you 'liked' our page?

I see a good port. It is limited but good nevertheless. What do you enjoy shooting most? I think your beauty-type work is the most lasting. You seem to have a good grasp on lighting and mood. Some of your pictures, however, take away from the quality of others which---in turn---takes away from the overall feel of your port. Keep at it and let me know if you put anything new up that you would like for me to take a look at. Take care.

(((chace)))

Apr 30 13 12:57 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
ErinPaige
Posts: 85
Salt Lake City, Utah, US


I liked your FB page, so here I am mentioning the number 27 smile I'd love any feedback you have for me!
Apr 30 13 08:56 pm  Link  Quote 
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Sarah Victory
Posts: 18
Tampa, Florida, US


I liked your page...I'd like a critique. No professional shots yet...just my fujifilm camera.
But still curious .-.

And 27 ^.^
May 01 13 05:26 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Chace Photography
Posts: 210
Scottsdale, Arizona, US


ErinPaige wrote:
I liked your FB page, so here I am mentioning the number 27 smile I'd love any feedback you have for me!

Erin,

Thanks for the 'like' and for the 27! smile

You have a limited, but good set of pictures. I think you would do best in beauty-type work. Try to find a professional photographer who specializes in beauty work and who will shoot TF. This photographer should have access to a creative team including: stylists(hair, wardrobe-accessories) and make-up...at minimum. Often times newer models ask me about the overall process of commercial shoots and I always tell them that it's not all about the photographer, it is the team as a whole unit who create great images that have lasting power. So, again, try to find a photographer that has a team already in place or at least who has access to one.

I'm not sure what your overall goal is with modeling, but, again, you do have a good look for beauty work. Please let me know if you have any questions along the way or if you want me to give you a critique on specific images. Take care.

(((chace)))

May 02 13 01:59 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Chace Photography
Posts: 210
Scottsdale, Arizona, US


Sarah Victory wrote:
I liked your page...I'd like a critique. No professional shots yet...just my fujifilm camera.
But still curious .-.

And 27 ^.^

Sarah,

Thank for the 'like' and for the 27! smile

I think you have some good pictures, for what they are. As far as a 'look', I would say that you would probably do best working towards beauty modeling(cosmetics) or even perhaps swimsuit. Try to find a professional photographer who is willing to shoot TF, who specializes in these areas, and who will not take advantage of you. Try to always bring someone with you on these shoots. There are probably many photographers that fall in this category that you can search for on here; send some messages out and try to set-up some shoots. Please let me know if you need any help along the way with advice on pictures, or even about the overall process of image creation and modeling. Take care and keep at it!

(((chace)))

May 02 13 02:08 pm  Link  Quote 
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Kelsey Anne -krysallis-
Posts: 34
Asheville, North Carolina, US


I'd love some constructive feedback wink Liked your page (Stunning!!!)... & The 27th happens to be my birthday* ...interesting.
May 03 13 12:39 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Chace Photography
Posts: 210
Scottsdale, Arizona, US


Krysallis wrote:
I'd love some constructive feedback wink Liked your page (Stunning!!!)...

May 05 13 11:45 am  Link  Quote 
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Maria Susanti
Posts: 546
Banyuwangi, Jawa Timur, Indonesia


just liked it.
I'd love to know smile
May 05 13 11:47 am  Link  Quote 
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Cherrie Nova
Posts: 549
Fairfield, California, US


Please, and thank you.
May 05 13 11:56 am  Link  Quote 
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_eMMe_
Posts: 842
Florence, Toscana, Italy


Hi Chace, thanks for your words. I have a lot of new shots, please get a look!
May 06 13 02:33 pm  Link  Quote 
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Mary Zdo
Posts: 176
San Ramon, California, US


Chace Photography wrote:
Mary---Thank for the 'like' and the 27! smile

Your 'eye' for creativity and aesthetics shows in your port. Overall your port is good, and your bio shows pizazz.

I understand that modeling might come second to school but I'm still going to take liberty in providing you with feedback that might focus your modeling work more...It seems like you have the potential to garner some commissioned fashion and beauty work. I don't know if you have a book yet or not but try to make your online version as solid as possible. There are some pictures in your port that take away from the quality of others. Try to only display the absolute best image, from any given shoot, that you can. Perhaps enlist the help of a commercial(published) photographer in the beauty and/or fashion industry that would be willing to help you sort through the 'good' and the 'best'. As far as what you have now, I would be willing to give you my advice on which ones to drop from your MM port at least.

Also, I read that you are proficient with hair-styling and make-up but enlisting those who do this full-time will allow you to focus on only 'modeling' during the shoot. I would like to see more variety in your hair-styling as well.

Please let me know if you need anything throughout your journey. Keep at it!

(((chace)))

Thanks so much for the feedback and the kind words! Which photos would you recommend for me to delete? I got rid of a few recently so hopefully my portfolio is a lot cleaner now. Planning on adding a few new things soon as well.

I definitely agree about the hair and makeup. It's always so much more convenient for me to just go to a shoot, get my hair and makeup done, and then do nothing but focus on modeling rather than take out two hours of the day before the shoot to get all that done myself. And I definitely need more hair styles in my portfolio as you said. I'll get on that soon.

May 06 13 04:50 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
anncambell
Posts: 6
Austin, Texas, US


Liked the page and would love some feedback! I'm really new to the site and working on building my portfolio. 27 smile
May 06 13 07:46 pm  Link  Quote 
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Elena Antonia Pappas
Posts: 759
Miami, Florida, US


liked.....27 smile
May 08 13 12:44 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Sophia Grey
Posts: 69
Yuma, Arizona, US


Would loooooove to hear ur thoughts!!! Please!
May 18 13 06:52 am  Link  Quote 
Makeup Artist
MakeupbyKatya
Posts: 6
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia


Liked and mentioned 27 smile would love to hear your thoughts and what I could do to develop myself further
May 30 13 08:38 am  Link  Quote 
Model
Marshall Duffy
Posts: 2
San Francisco, California, US


I'd love one!
May 30 13 04:20 pm  Link  Quote 
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Sophia Grey
Posts: 69
Yuma, Arizona, US


27
Jun 03 13 06:16 am  Link  Quote 
Photographer
KnGphotography
Posts: 8
Columbus, Ohio, US


Liked!
Jun 04 13 10:02 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Melanie Rose Kazmercyk
Posts: 46
New York, New York, US


Hoping you can help me.

I'm having trouble getting opinions and need a book/comp card for NY open calls next week. If you have a moment, would you mind taking a look? You work is fantastic and I'd love to hear what you think.

you're welcome to go through all the images, or just look in 'portfolio' folder for my top picks

http://www.flickr.com/photos/22517982@N … 916011207/

I was going to skip a comp card but recently been reading that you should never go to an open call without a comp card to leave for them to remember you by. I'd rather be prepared, but it's hard to know what is best. I was definitely going to bring my bathing suit Polaroid's to leave and a book if they ask. A comp card is tough because I don't want to choose the wrong images and ruin it, but I want to look professional and increase my chances of getting noticed.

Thanks again so much for your help!
Jun 07 13 08:23 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Nate C Photography
Posts: 43
Manila, National Capital Region, Philippines


Love you FB Page. Very Creative.....27
Jun 07 13 08:33 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Onyx Divine
Posts: 23
York, Pennsylvania, US


I liked your page on Facebook. ... although I had to like it under my personal page as I do not use Facebook for networking at this point in time. Ok here is your number 27.... and in advance I thank you for your honest opinion as well as any tips. smile
Jun 13 13 06:08 pm  Link  Quote 
Photographer
Billy Hughes
Posts: 9
Montgomery, Massachusetts, US


LOVE! your FB page!
Jun 16 13 01:41 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Egle Aida Damulyte
Posts: 375
London, England, United Kingdom


27:))
Jun 17 13 08:21 pm  Link  Quote 
Model
Jahanara
Posts: 124
Washington, District of Columbia, US


Liked the page. Have at it!
Jun 18 13 08:18 pm  Link  Quote 
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