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Old Mar 17, 2014, 12:44 PM   #1
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Default NSFW (Nudity) Michelle on the Sofa

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Old Mar 17, 2014, 1:30 PM   #2
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Beautiful subject.

I am not qualified to critique something of this nature and you did not ask for opinions but I am going to give you one anyway.

Her legs seem to be set wrong. If the bottom leg were slightly extended with the top knee over the lower to the front it makes her torso look longer therefore showing a more fluid line. It rolls her hips forward slightly making them narrower.

Bottom leg mostly straight with the top knee over to the front for a demure look. Maybe, I think?

Great eyes.
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Beautiful subject.

I am not qualified to critique something of this nature and you did not ask for opinions but I am going to give you one anyway.

Her legs seem to be set wrong. If the bottom leg were slightly extended with the top knee over the lower to the front it makes her torso look longer therefore showing a more fluid line. It rolls her hips forward slightly making them narrower.

Bottom leg mostly straight with the top knee over to the front for a demure look. Maybe, I think?

Great eyes.

Noted. Thank you.

By todays standards, Michelle is a plus size model and has a look that would have been loved by the Artists(Painters) of old. I tried to preserve that look with this image.

Yes, she does have beautiful eyes.
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Old Mar 17, 2014, 7:58 PM   #4
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It is a very wonderful and becoming PIX of Michelle and she should be proud to have you as photographer. (If she is actually "plus size", then the pose employed does not disclose [or at least minimizes] any such revelation.)

As usual, exercise caution when including feet in the PIX.
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Great capture...

Just wondered how this image would look if it wasn't cropped this tight but leave more room on both the left and right edges
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Noted. Thank you.

By todays standards, Michelle is a plus size model and has a look that would have been loved by the Artists(Painters) of old.
I am sure it has been done more than once but photographic studies of the classics might be a fun project. If nothing else it might be a great place to look for ideas.

Is she a professional model? Where do you find models for your work?
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I am sure it has been done more than once but photographic studies of the classics might be a fun project. If nothing else it might be a great place to look for ideas.

Is she a professional model? Where do you find models for your work?
No, she is not a professional Model.

I find Models at Starbucks, the Mall, Restaurants, Craigslist and referrals.

I have only ever worked with one model whom I would actually call a professional model.

The rest are girls that I see and offer to do photo sessions with them.
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