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Old Feb 6, 2012, 8:17 PM   #1
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Default Li-li, Lingerie shoot at the Beach

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Old Feb 8, 2012, 9:57 AM   #2
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Wow, that first shot is a killer, I would say one of the best you have posted here!
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G'day Eddy

It's funny how posts of pretty girls in/out of clothing attract many views but few responses :-)

May I do both for you - even tho it is not my photographic genre

#1 - The model's pose > face, hands, torso, feet all seem to work - tho upon 2nd look, the right hand on the rock + the right knee start to look awkward. I don't know enough about this to offer posing solutions. The clothing colours are striking and eye catching, esp against the neutral blue/grey background, so okay there

#2 - This is delightful > the backlighting of the hair is beaut; the pose with legs in unison & the torso leaning slightly forward is becoming seductive; very slight focus softness makes it seem softer overall too. Negatives are body jewellery - I would pp it out for a final

#3 - Similar backlighting to #2, but the background and DoF have changed, and to me, it detracts significantly. The pose does not look 'nice' ... ie- looking at her nose rather than her eyes [from #2]

#4 - Good focus, good pose, tilting the camera has helped; hat & jeans seem to complement each other. Like the eye contact > excellent

If I was showing these pix to her mum, I'd choose #4 ... if I was her boyfriend, I'd choose #2 to hang on the wall

Hope this is okay with you
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G'day Eddy

It's funny how posts of pretty girls in/out of clothing attract many views but few responses :-)

May I do both for you - even tho it is not my photographic genre

#1 - The model's pose > face, hands, torso, feet all seem to work - tho upon 2nd look, the right hand on the rock + the right knee start to look awkward. I don't know enough about this to offer posing solutions. The clothing colours are striking and eye catching, esp against the neutral blue/grey background, so okay there

#2 - This is delightful > the backlighting of the hair is beaut; the pose with legs in unison & the torso leaning slightly forward is becoming seductive; very slight focus softness makes it seem softer overall too. Negatives are body jewellery - I would pp it out for a final

#3 - Similar backlighting to #2, but the background and DoF have changed, and to me, it detracts significantly. The pose does not look 'nice' ... ie- looking at her nose rather than her eyes [from #2]

#4 - Good focus, good pose, tilting the camera has helped; hat & jeans seem to complement each other. Like the eye contact > excellent

If I was showing these pix to her mum, I'd choose #4 ... if I was her boyfriend, I'd choose #2 to hang on the wall

Hope this is okay with you
Regards, Phil
thanks for the comments. Your critique is noted and welcomed.
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Wow, that first shot is a killer, I would say one of the best you have posted here!
Thank you! :-)
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