I love the colour of your skin and hair in the second one (the one on the right), left one is a bit too orangy for my taste... I find left also to be more "cute and sexy" and the right one a bit more fashion so if you just want one I'd say B!
But I'm kind of curious to see how they look like put together like you did here, in the same edit
Hand is shadowing models right eye
Due to pose right hand is missing
Due to dress selection models form is lost in the material
Eyes centered in sockets would come across better
Move upper left arm away from body so it is not squished
[Bright patters distract away from the model]
Not a fan of location of crop
Lower shoulder toward camera for a longer appearing neck
Due to hand pose fingers look short
Neither photo comes across as having strong expressions
You have a good look just need to bring it out in your photos more
My eyes don't focus anywhere except the bold patterns of the dress...it's overwhelming the image and makes you secondary in the image. While that pattern might be good for patio furniture, it's not the best choice for an image in a model's portfolio.
Are there b&w images from this shoot? That might be a better solution. But I'm not a fan of either of the poses...they're not particularly flattering. The first image has no shape and the second image looks like you have cramps.
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Michael Pandolfo wrote: My eyes don't focus anywhere except the bold patterns of the dress...it's overwhelming the image and makes you secondary in the image. While that pattern might be good for patio furniture, it's not the best choice for an image in a model's portfolio.
The shoot was done to feature the clothes haha, I guess that's a win for them and a loss for me.
Mary Thomson wrote: I really like both of them too! I couldn't choose between which s better, now I'm thinking neither belong in my portfolio
nah, a handful of opinions isn't enough . get some more! and make sure to also get some more llama's opinions, sometimes there's an image llamas love but photographers hate or vice versa (not saying that's the case here, but you just won't know until you ask for more opinions).
and honestly, I see what the others are saying (bright dress, amputee arm, yadayada), but it doesn't bother me at all. I love the brightness and loudness of the dress and your muah, with the innocent expression and the slightly awkward posing. the "amputee" arms and hands don't bother me at all, seems part of the pose (and I usually can't stand amputated limbs in a picture). The only thing I dislike is that they are edited differently, and I really prefer the right edit to the left