It is rather a challenging task to identify your "weakest" image as your port is diverse, the photography is good and ALL your images are sensuously captivating with creative element to back them up.
Of the 7 rules I posted on page 1 of this thread you are not violating any except part of rule  "Open crotch photos". My opinion is that these devalue one's port. I prefer images that leave some to the imagination.
If your main goal is to get lots of comments, you are going to get plenty of them, albeit low quality one-liners from aroused males. I value comments coming from females (who are apt to weigh art and beauty above eroticism) or if the photographer commenting is a competent one.
As hard as it is to choose your worst it is difficult to choose the favorite as there are plenty.
Please feel free to comment on what I just said as I would love to hear your feedback.
I thank you very much for not only the kind words on my work, but also the time and effort put forth in evaluating it. it's much appreciated!
I agree with the rules which you had posted on your introductory page, and give them as advice to others when seeking my opinion, which is why I violate few of them . It is one of my biggest pet peves when i'm looking at someones port and they have 4 photos in a row of the same set/wardrobe/pose, etc. It makes me leave their portfolio... I would rather look at a port with 10 varrying shots in it than 30 shots of sequences of the same damn thing. Thus ends my rant! Ha!
In saying that, I have considered taking the "butt shot" down, which others have suggested as well... so now my thoughts on it are pretty concrete. Thank you for that. As for the other one (the first shot) i just put that up two days ago, though, have always been on the fence about it as it is quite revealing. I finally broke down, and put it up to see what others thought on the subject, and my instincts were confirmed. I like it because its a creative angle, but alas, i would like it a whole lot more had i been wearing panties, haha! The photographer was beside himself with joy that i put it up. I may actually break his heart when i take it down. I'm sure he'll understand... eventually. lol.
On the photos you like. I have quite a lot of photos, and each is different from the next, so i'm always interested to hear which are people's favorites. The "Doll-like pose" is very interesting because a few people have said that they don't like this one, and i should remove it. of course they dont give a reason which is frustrating. Perhaps its because its one of the less "professional" looking shots compared to my others? who knows! the last one picked is a little headshot with alot of photoshop done to it. very sci-fi. most people brush right by it... its cool that you listed it.
i'm curious what you think of the "organization" of my portfolio. Someone I respect from the business told me i should organize my portfolio into "photos that look like how I look right now, how i look in wigs, how i look when i do themes (like pinup, etc)". I'm curious what you think of this? I'm not sure what I think of it.
Hello Timea, welcome to MM, I see you are on a great start. Your port is short and diverse, so keep it that way.
Firstly I would recommend not posting your current AVI photo as AVI. While the photography is good, you are not holding the best posture. For AVI you want to use portrait aspect ratio image rather than landscape aspect ratio. This way your viewer wil see more of you and hopefully be drawn to click and enter your port.
I also suggest deleting the image you posted most recently. Unlike your other images, this one has no captivating photographic quality, furthermore it lacks a compelling concept.
Even though a bit blurry, my favorite one is this as it shows your pretty profile and legs, and the photography is quite good. Make this your AVI
Heajee Leah Kim wrote: I have yet to receive constructive criticism on my port. Would value your opinion. Thank you.
Greetings my Boston neighbour Welcome to MM!
While you seem to have worked with only one photographer, you do show a suprisingly wide range of styles that nicely capture your portrait and figure in both studio and outdoor setting.
Based on the guidelines spelled out in my original post of this forum, you should delete several images. The first images to go should be two of your three railroad images.
Guideline  AVOID VARIANT IMAGES
Guideline  AVOID CLICHE THEMES - railroad is an overused theme
Ditto for this bikini image of which you already have two variants
One of my several favorites in your port is this one for your captivating genuine smile (often not easy to capture), splendid figure, wardrobe, setting and great photography creating pleasing retro ambiance (but remember to remove the two variants)
I would like to also highlight this one for its art and mystery (again, expunge the variant)
In your "All new photos" folder, delete most images - 30 or more - as they have either several variants or are just below the caliber of some of your older images. Are you "testing" them? I think you should chose the ones YOU like and stick with them.
Here is an example of a variant to delete
Not flattering to your thighs
Additionally I propose removing the sad bride photo. It's twin image however is much better for its light. Also delete three of the four Playboy images as they are all close variations thus adding no value (keep the first one).
Some of your new images I recommend keeping are the following:
Rist Photography wrote: Wow, up to 17 pages. After weeding out a number of photos, I'm curious to get the opinion of someone else about what just doesn't work.
Your images are unique and captivating. I note the view-to-comment ratio for most of your images is less than 10:1. I find this metric to be a better indication of image quality than looking at the sheer number of comments. Your ratio is very good.
Predictably I propose to delete the following image for violating my
Guideline  AVOID VARIANT IMAGES
Guideline  AVOID CLICHE THEMES - railroad is an overused theme
Her expression is also not that good.
Ditto for this one below but there are few others as well that ought to go
Although you are handsome enough to be a model, as a photographer you ought to post only one image of yourself. Keep the one holding your camera but the image below is one too many of you so delete it.
Few of the great images I would like to highlight are your AVI for composition and concept
Hiya, i really need to know opinions on which of mine to delete as im updating my portfolio soon and ive been told which ones to delete (posing/expression), would like to hear what others think, thanks
Hey pal I see some uniqe, captivating images however before I comment you need to help me by removing a bunch of images that violate rule  spelled out in my original post - variant images. For example there are several models where you posted their images a dozen of times. Once you reduce your port from your current 83 to less than 50 send me a note here and I will be glad to help.
Disclaimer: I took my first DSLR picture in August so don't go too hard on me.
Welcome to MM. You are on a great start with some captivating work.
You should delete your first image as the wrinkled sheet in the background makes this captivating image look unprofessional. Or just edit it by blurring the background
I love this image for its beauty, art and creativity. Great job!
You have done some great capture of Asian beauty, dude.
Even though the model is gorgeous, delete your first picture as I am not a fan of subjects posing against white background which in my mind is quite unnatural. Seems like many photographers here are guilty of same. As a matter of fact, I will make white backgrounds a new rule in my original post.
This one is superb. I find it interesting how an image can be this erotic while actually revealing nothing. This is the power of our imagination!
First, try to remember rule number 1) on variant images. It may be hard sometimes, but pick the strongest shot and put only that one up. It will make your portfolio look more diverse. This is especially important as your portfolio really begins to grow. For example, I would remove this one:
It isnt as striking as your other, and her abdomen looks slightly bloated in this shot, which is a bit distracting. Also, as a general rule... try and keep collages to a minimum. Really try and pick one strong photo. There are exceptions to this rule... but they better all be damn strong shots because collages shrink the photos considerably and make them not as striking to look at in the port compared to the others. I would definitely keep the one like it though, its beautiful.
I would also get rid of this shot:
It just isnt as strong as your other photos.
And perhaps not right now... but as your portfolio grows, this would be the next to go:
She looks stiff and awkward, and there are photos with much better composition in your port.
Your avatar is lovely, and I adore this shot:
Hair, Makeup, composition, wardrobe, pose, the model herself. It all comes together nicely!
There are a handful I would let go of in order to make it look its best! These photos just aren't as strong as the rest and tend to pull it down a bit.
This photo is vague... I know why you probably personally like it, however the lighting equipment in the background is a distraction, your face is overexposed compared to the rest of you, and its generally not a strong image compared to say your first row.
This should not have been a collage. The photo on the right is stronger... your eye goes directly to it because of the lighting. and the poses are way to similar.
This does not do you justice. It is not flattering to either your figure or your face. You are a much more beautiful woman than this photo shows. its not incredibly interesting either, so it kind of creates a "lull" in your portfolio as your eye moves along your work.
while this is a lovely shot, you do a bunch of figure work on similar sets, and this just isnt as strong or striking as the others.
On the flip side, you have a ton of stuff that I simply LOVE. Most of them I can't post here cause of boobies haha! Your first row is stellar, and I think you know what your best shots are!
this is an example of a fantastic collage (and others should take note) the variations in pose and setting make it work. The composition, wardobe, hair and MU make this a gorgeous set! just wonderful!
sublime figure work!
great shot!! pose, colors, composition, everything POPS! again, people should take note!
You have a gorgeous set of work! I think if you just get rid of a few things (like i had to do) it would make it perfectly devine! thanks so much for visiting the forum, it was great fun to look through your images! hope this helped!
Charlotte S wrote: Oh this is exactly what I need!
My port is in need of a huge clean up and update.
Your help is appreciated.
Hi there! thanks for visiting!
first and foremost, this new one you just put up I think, needs to go! Its amateur looking... doesnt stand up to the other photos in your port, and the other models makeup was done poorly. never a good sign when you have nearly 100 views but no comments or lists. Her face looks yellow compared to the rest of her skin. Though on a personal note I'm loving the bat tatts on her chest!
This should not have been a collage! the shots are almost exactly the same. you need to pick the strongest one and only put that up. I wold suggest the shot on the right. though its not a terribly strong shot in and of itself, and once your port starts to grow it could be deleted all together. look at the critique above yours for an example of a good collage.
These are the only two i would get rid of right now! the rest are good photos! and normally I would say to pick between the two shots below because you're wearing the same outfit. However! both are different sets, and feels, and are strong images. So, the way to get around this is to not put them next to eachother... distance them. they will be stronger.
this water shot is great!
very marilyn monroe!
The rest of your shots are strong! and you have a versatile face!
Tanya Trianta wrote: Hiya, i really need to know opinions on which of mine to delete as im updating my portfolio soon and ive been told which ones to delete (posing/expression), would like to hear what others think, thanks
Hey Tanya, thanks for stopping by. Your port is clean and compact already
Having said that, I propose deteting your bathtub image as it only shows your face which is not as strong as some of your other portraits. However, you do want to replenish the B&W image with other B&W's for diversification and creativity. As they say - when you photograph in black and white you capture the color of the soul.
I also propose deleting this one as you have a stronger variant providing a much clearer display of your beautiful blue eyes.
I love this implied image for your gorgeous genuine smile
This reflection image provide a super view of your front and back.
One final comment. When organizing your port, try to match the protrait aspect ratio images in the same row and ditto for landscape images. For guidance, check out my port.