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AlexSharkAlexShark CanonizerRegistered Users Posts: 198 Major grins
edited November 11, 2014 in Go Figure
Any suggestions?

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  • kdogkdog artistically challenged San Jose, CAAdministrators Posts: 11,598 moderator
    edited October 25, 2014
    The setting is great. I like all the converging lines of the corner leading into the model. The horror-lighting works, I dig the big shadow. Pose I'm not wild about.
  • AlexSharkAlexShark Canonizer Registered Users Posts: 198 Major grins
    edited October 26, 2014
    kdog wrote: »
    The setting is great. I like all the converging lines of the corner leading into the model. The horror-lighting works, I dig the big shadow. Pose I'm not wild about.

    Thank you.

    Please tell me more about the pose. My tack was that she's oblivious to it, it's not something on her mind. But maybe her face does not cooperate with the idea. What would have worked better?
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  • kdogkdog artistically challenged San Jose, CAAdministrators Posts: 11,598 moderator
    edited October 26, 2014
    Well, it looks like she's taking a potty break. Unfortunately, squatting poses usually do that.
  • AlexSharkAlexShark Canonizer Registered Users Posts: 198 Major grins
    edited October 26, 2014
    kdog wrote: »
    Well, it looks like she's taking a potty break. Unfortunately, squatting poses usually do that.

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    I'll make use of a footstool next time. But then it will look like she's visiting DSW. No win!
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  • JeffroJeffro I'd rather be shooting... Registered Users Posts: 1,911 Major grins
    edited November 4, 2014
    I liked it too, except for the squat. Maybe had her right leg been straight out to her side it wouldn't have given me the same visual. lol.
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  • PhotoGUY123PhotoGUY123 PhotoGUY123 Registered Users Posts: 20 Big grins
    edited November 11, 2014
    I like the contrast between the dark window and the ragged wall. I think that it would have worked better if the model had been standing and either looking out the window scared or with her hands stretched out pointing or reaching toward the window and the wall. That pose would accentuate the lines in the room and help accentuate the curves and lines of your model.
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