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Comment by Paul Grant (follower of Basho) on February 12, 2008 at 2:29pm
Other ways of looking at your subject...

verry pregnent

verry pregnent vrs 2
Comment by BriAnna Olson on September 18, 2007 at 3:53pm
how delightfully round she is.
Comment by Devany Destarte Steeple on September 10, 2007 at 7:25pm
I would have to agree with Erica. The body of work is not very strong. It may be a good exercise if you stuck with one subject matter, say people. Then you need to shoot as many people as possible. Try narrowing it down to black and white nudes and maybe incorporate a few headshots of people with strong expression. We want to see life, as it is, as it has treated us. You are a good photographer you just need a little focus. Take what you are passionate about and focus on that. If its people ok, if its your dog good, if its food, then go with it. Cant wait to see what you do next.
Comment by Erica Veil on September 7, 2007 at 2:25pm
since you asked for comments, this one of all i've seen of your photos looks like effort has gone into composition, lighting, and subject material. Composition could be improved upon, especially with the extraneous information at the very bottom (foreground) - would like to see it cropped to just include the 3 elements of breasts, belly, and legs, and maybe a bit more leg. Then it would be a much cleaner shot with 3 strong key elements and no distraction from the clavicle and chin. Would also like to see more consistency to form body of photos vs random shots with many that are very 'snaphot-y'.

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