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Another model stare

I started my portrait theme with this model on monday and so I am ending it with her. Hope U've enjoyed my portraits so far.

It seems most people liked the Model stare and Flower girl most, thanx 4 all ur comments.

Tomorrow will be something different, and yes no portraits tomorrow.

Have a great weekend

Another model stare

I started my portrait theme with this model on monday and so I am ending it with her. Hope U've enjoyed my portraits so far.

It seems most people liked the Model stare and Flower girl most, thanx 4 all ur comments.

Tomorrow will be something different, and yes no portraits tomorrow.

Have a great weekend

comments (17)

not bad......
i like the paining make up one her eyes. they go well with the mesh-netsmile beautiful pose!
  • joel
  • 11 Mar 2006, 03:12
Beautiful model, and choice of dress and make-up...however not sure if I am diggin the pose....the hand seems a little distracting from the main subject..her face.
  • Shu
  • 11 Mar 2006, 07:05
Perfect, except that I dont know why the painting on her left chin exists?
sk: it couldn't be helped, its part of the mesh over her face and I couldn't take it off cleanily.
  • Kenny
  • 11 Mar 2006, 08:49
Me like! This is such a good portrait/model photo. Her stare i certainly very intense.
This is probably my favorite shot of yours so far. You fill the frame with that great composition; exposure looks great; the expression is woderful, the subject is quite interesting. Regards, Brent
Thank you ! I like that girl! Maybe you can begin next week's series with her again ;-)
Another great shot..I have been very impressed with the portrait series you've done some great work here.
  • Suby
  • 11 Mar 2006, 15:16
Compared to your other shots these past few days, I would say this is a big dud. Not the most flaterring pose in the world, hand seems to be coming out of no where to touch head. Don't like the angle of her head, this is not her most flaterring side. Had a look at the other 3 shoots of the model and notice her chin is pointing slightly down, not that is her most flattering angle.

Whats with the spot on the right chin? distracts, the other shots of her in black (Multiplicity & Model Stare), the black attire and background are seemless, not in this case, looks untidy to me. Looks like this was the last shot you took in the series when she had had enough and was tired. Sorry me no likey.

Suby
sk: well the Make artist likey, so thats good enuff for me
  • Suby
  • 11 Mar 2006, 15:17
Sorry meant to read ***now that is her most flattering angle****
Tena koe ehoa
Nice studio shot. Lacks character though, looks very posed with no reflection or conveyance of the pose. But gee's she is definitely one fine looking piece of femininity! smile
very nice shot...her skin tone, her make-up, and that black dress...they make a perfect package, quite effective grin
  • bola
  • 11 Mar 2006, 22:23
I love all the pictures of this model you put up. Very 'arty'Cant wait for the last picture!
A great series, very strong. Well done.
  • Colin Hunter
  • 15 Mar 2006, 16:51
Simply stunning.
  • nkemo
  • 22 Mar 2006, 01:25
love this shot.
  • LwS
  • 23 Mar 2006, 08:39
This is another great shot - my favourite of your recent mini-series. I like the use of black space to add impact to the model.

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