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Christina Connor

Posts: 21

Atlanta, Georgia, US

what is good and what needs work? thanks!
Oops put this in the wrong category last time...

Dec 02 12 03:17 pm Link


Leo Howard

Posts: 6841

Phoenix, Arizona, US

Great look.

Dec 02 12 03:23 pm Link


Fist Full of Ish

Posts: 1999

Richland, Washington, US

You look really good in the new stuff.  I like some of the Dru Philips stuff.  I really don't like the 2010 pic with the sweat pants, no muscle tone, and your tummy pooched-out.

Dec 02 12 08:43 pm Link



Posts: 982

Chicago, Illinois, US

Great look, good posing. Maybe try some new facial expressions to bring some different emotions to your work.

Dec 02 12 08:49 pm Link


Quay Lude

Posts: 6386

Madison, Wisconsin, US

At 5'8" and 110#'s, I was surprised at the thickness of your legs around your knees.

Very pretty girl though.

Dec 02 12 08:49 pm Link


Peach Jones

Posts: 6901

Champaign, Illinois, US

First impression?

Great legs

Dec 02 12 09:49 pm Link



Posts: 3409

Tempe, Arizona, US

Great Look!  :-)

Dec 02 12 09:54 pm Link


DCP Glamour

Posts: 629

Dunwoody, Georgia, US

You have a great look and seem to be comfortable with your poses. You'll do well. smile

Maybe we'll get to work together after I move back to Atlanta.

Best of luck!


Dec 02 12 09:59 pm Link


The Face Photography

Posts: 1549

Madrid, Madrid, Spain

You are very attractive (remind me of a young Nicole Kidman  )

In my opinion you look better when blonde.

Dec 02 12 11:46 pm Link


Kevin Greggain Photography

Posts: 6768

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada

I like the look, and the work and themes seem decent, but with a monochromatic stoic facial expression in every image, I think to me, that takes away from the images.

Like the diversity in your images, wardrobe and makeup, the face needs to emote differently too.

However, fix that, and you are right up there in my opinion.

Dec 03 12 12:05 am Link



Posts: 39245

Portland, Oregon, US

First impression:  Damn, she lives on the wrong side of the country.

Dec 03 12 12:27 am Link



Posts: 9765

Minneapolis, Minnesota, US

I think as a model you have a strong look, and pose well
[Would love to see sharp in focus eyes]

Wish you great success!

Dec 03 12 06:15 am Link



Posts: 6822

Gent, East Flanders, Belgium

first 5 seconds inside your port:
Pretty girl, wants to try modeling. Doens't want to invest too much, doesn't want to work too hard, hopes for a magical event that will skyrocket a "big carreer"

7 seconds:
I probably shouldn't post that first impression

45 seconds:
Pretty girl, can work on posing and engaging the audience more
Should invest in a quality book and should try to get an agency

Dec 03 12 06:18 am Link


SKITA Studios

Posts: 1571

Boston, Massachusetts, US

More of this:

Less of this:

Dec 03 12 11:34 am Link


Melodye Joy

Posts: 545

Rancho Cucamonga, California, US

Christina Connor wrote:
what is good and what needs work? thanks!
Oops put this in the wrong category last time...

Expressive, impressive and inspirational! YOU as a model are wonderful, your portfolio is quick, friendly & to the point without being self-indulged.

The only criticism I have is that a couple photos seem to have extra space and your lost in the frame...but being a form of art as modeling is, to each their own perception.

Overall, well done! Keep up the great work smile

Dec 03 12 11:45 am Link


Jack Dog Studio

Posts: 366

Greenwich, Connecticut, US

+1 Axioma-- what she said. 
with a few additions --
First impression.   OP wants to try.  Thinks she's trying.  Wants to learn.  She's open to suggestions and learning  -- and needs a good guide in form of model mentor or (paid - good) photographer(s).
There's a lot of work to be done.  There's potential -- and needs to come through and polished.
/ first impression.
Looking forward to watching progress.

Dec 03 12 11:51 am Link


M Pandolfo Photography

Posts: 12117

Tampa, Florida, US

First impressions...

*Model has a great look.
*The expressions seem to be trying a bit too hard at the angsty-fashion look, especially when it's the expression in the majority of images.
*I hope that fur is faux.
*What the heck is this doing among her other quality images?

Dec 03 12 11:58 am Link



Posts: 1046

Braşov, Braşov, Romania

Leo Howard wrote:
Great look.


Dec 03 12 12:18 pm Link


Cynthia Serrano

Posts: 13225

Irvington, New Jersey, US

APS-Chicago wrote:
Great look, good posing. Maybe try some new facial expressions to bring some different emotions to your work.

+1 more like this emotion wise

Dec 03 12 12:27 pm Link


LittleWhiteRabbit Photo

Posts: 134

Columbus, Ohio, US

- Yay, no cheeseball bikini shots
- Nice variety of images/looks
- Photos are all quality/professional

Dec 03 12 01:14 pm Link