Saint Petersburg, Florida, US
I don't ever like a model to have multi pics in 1 image...
MUAs before and after is OK, but no where else.
The bottom link, bottom image - topless - needs better composition.
The other 3 as individual images look fine. IMHO
SKITA Studios wrote: left nipple image doesn't look great because your hand/arm looks freakishly big/short...right image looks like you're missing both arms from the lighting (might be ok if cropped tighter)
top boob image makes your arm look big and back look bulged....bottom image doesn't have much of an expression (almost like an "I'm testing lights, look this way" image :-)
I like the styling...just that the lighting/posing killed the images...sorry... :-(
You have a beautiful jaw line, but the angle is not equally flattering for your nose, which also blocks your right eye. I love what you did with your mouth here, makes me want a kiss. The cropping is an issue. We cannot see your hair, nor the jewelry on your chest. It is not quite a headshot where your face would fill the frame, nor a three-quarters portrait where we would see more of your chest. Makes me wish the photographer had filled the frame with your amazing neck and jaw line and nothing else.
Picture one, I love your pose here but your hand does not look good. I think there is too much structure/shadow detail that magnify the natural lines we all have in our hands and wrists. The crop is super-tight. Your hair almost touches the top border, your hand almost touches the left border, your nipple almost touches the bottom border. The hair in particular needed more room to be shown more effectively.
Picture two, like in the very first, your head is turned just a little too much or not enough to your right depending on whether this is supposed to show your face at three-quarters or your profile. Again, your nose blocks partially your eye. These issues in particular are responsibility of the photographer who should notice them and direct you to make minor adjustments. Finally, the frame is tight at the sides, cropping your top. These pictures are supposed to show off the clothes too.
Picture one, love your face and hair. I think this is the one that nails your profile angle the best from this lot. Your arm, shoulder and back do not look good though. I probably would have asked you to keep the pose from your neck up while trying to do something else with your shoulder, probably pushing it back to get a better view of the top you had on. Again, cropping/composition issues. This probably needed to be in portrait -vertical- orientation. I do not need to see all that stuff at the right in fact, you would not need to change the pose at all had this been framed properly in vertical. It would be the strongest easily.
Picture two, your expression seems a little off, does not look natural. Cropping is too tight on your breasts and hair. Either needed more room to work in landscape format or simply going with portrait orientation for a more effective composition.
you gotta wonder where this advice is coming from... "criticism is prejudice made plausible" , H.L. Mencken ...constructive criticism changes all of that. The mere fact that it's all gotta go...certainly is a clue to the critics mindset ...your are dynamic...
and it shows in the quality ...and diversity of your work...trust yourself...and continue to hone your craft...but don't discard your accomplishments.good luck