Wow, truly excellent. Your B&W work is amazing especially the "Darker Images". Instead of just spewing adjectives all over the place, I'll summarize with:
Great use of contrast. Great job at making things pop. Excellent poses from the models. Excellent use of the environment. Great story telling. I found they way you pull my eye towards a small but captivating subject within a large yet beautifully detailed canvas. Please write a book then send me a copy. I'd like to hold your reflector, and I've never said that to a guy before.
So, let's assume I find your body of work phenomenal, so I'll list some of the less phenomenal things IMO:
I didn't feel that distressing the image added to the story, and instead took away from the amazing detail your backgrounds usually have.
For the "Lighter Side"
I didn't feel your lighter side images are nearly as strong as your darker ones. Especially they didn't have the attention to detail I felt in the other set.
Squinting model, with part of the tattoo showing.
The face is too shadowed, causing a shift in the skin tone to orange, probably from kicking up the exposure. The bottom half is fine.
Love the look, great intensity, but the baggy clothes hides the shape.
Some really great shots. A couple nits for posing and expression. There are some distractions in the background I think you should fix. The seams in the wallpaper. The marks on the check board floor... I would recommend a touch more fix up so that you don't accidentally let a great image become a good image. Basically a bit more attention to detail.
MartaBrixton wrote: Get some good sleep !
And me tomorrow please
Okay, then back to bed again. Damn, I gotta get my images processed. Lol
Nice image. I think it's flattering, but doesn't tell me much about you as a model.
Pose feels a bit awkward. The bend in the back is causing the very straight line down the front, making the shape weird IMO. Crop is not thrilling me either.
Very nice. Beautiful face.
Again the curve feels a bit strange to me. Careful with hiding the fingers and hard breaks at the wrists.
http://photos.modelmayhem.com/photos/10 … de74f6.jpg This is the first image I feel that showcases you as a model. Great pose, phenomenal shape. I wish that as long as we are getting a larger version of you as a shadow, that we got the whole shadow and darkened it too to make it more impressive.
Awkward. Elbow into the camera. Sticking the caboose at the camera wasn't quite the sexy you were looking for IMO.
Soft and lovely.
Nicely done. Great makeup on you, love how the face looks, and good expression.
You have some amazing curves. Make sure to show them off. Look for photographers that can help you capture images with a wider range of expression. Practice the poses, and learn what makes you look best.
First, I like that your images tell a story. On the down side I felt the light control was a touch off, or at least I would have made some different choices.
The white watermark is really killing this image that I so want to like. I do feel this is under exposed in a way that is not helping the mood. Looks like you set up a hair light and it was just a bit off, but the whole image was so dark that you had to crank it up and get noise while not having detail in the hair.
Interesting, but I feel like the pose is missing something. The image as a whole could use a bit more pop.
Would have liked just a touch more light on her right eye to have it pop out of the shadow a bit.
Feels over exposed, with loss of detail.
I like the pose, love the hair. Would have like to see a touch less fall off at the legs. Not sure what that black thing is behind her arms. Looks too straight for clothing, but I think it's hurting the image.
I think this is my favorite in your port. I like the highlights in the "head dress" and the darkness overall.