Wrapped in Silk (WARNING: NSFW Suggestive & Implied Nudity)

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Wrapped in Silk (WARNING: NSFW Suggestive & Implied Nudity)

Postby JoePhoto » Jan Wed 21, 2009 8:30 pm

These were done at the same pinup session from the portraits I posted. The first shot here is a pinup, it's just a little on the racy side, so I put it in the NSFW thread. The second shot is a fine art shot I made at the session. Your comments are appreciated.

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Sitting Pinup Pose

Standing Fine Art Pose

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Re: Wrapped in Silk (WARNING: NSFW Suggestive & Implied Nudity)

Postby TonyK » Jan Sat 24, 2009 12:58 pm

I consider the standing pose to be more racy than the sitting pose. Both are very well done but I like the lighting and effect on the standing pose better.

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Re: Wrapped in Silk (WARNING: NSFW Suggestive & Implied Nudity)

Postby mattchase » Jan Sat 24, 2009 8:27 pm

I like them both, the lighting is more dramatic in the standing shot but equally good in a high fashion sense in the sitting shot.
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Re: Wrapped in Silk (WARNING: NSFW Suggestive & Implied Nudity)

Postby JoePhoto » Jan Sun 25, 2009 9:13 pm

Thanks for looking and taking time to write your thoughts. These two photos deffinitely aren't meant to be shown together. The standing shot is a fine art image that the subject agreed to let me photograph after the pinup session was complete. I had the Venus statur in mind when I was posing her. I changed the lighting by simply turning off the main light and background lights on the paper and obviously processed the image with different intentions. I can do clean. modern lighting no problem, but getting something more dramatic doesn't come as natural to me with studio lighting. So this was an exercise in that. I'm fairly happy with it, but see a lot of room for improvement.

(In hindsight, this image should have been posted in the critique section, I just keep forgetting about it! :clown )
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