She looks like a goddess with her bright hair and flawless figure. It looks and feels heavenly but has a touch of mortality to it, showing her doing her hair and in a spot where one would not usually see a god. You picture a goddess to be picture perfect and dressed with not a hair out of place but here you see the more vulnerable, more open side. I dunno, maybe I'm looking to far into it. Love the shot, wonderful colors and the model is beautiful. She certainly has an air of ethereal beauty to her and she doesn't need a overload of makeup or clothing to accentuate it. Natural beauty, it truly is a thing to be proud of.
If I had the money I really would buy all your work! It's all solo professional. Even my wife likes your work! (not that she has a problem with nudes. But she doesn't mind the collection of your work that's saved here on Dev )
VitaLeeVeeFeatured By OwnerDec 27, 2012Student General Artist
In your pole I like this one more. Full nude photos don't leave enough to the imagination and make people squirm as much, when you have the privet parts of your models covered, I think that does more for the viewer. If I am making any sense.
...She, uh... she isn't naked. Sorry, this is hardly a "playboy shoot". Besides, by your logic, some other great art created throughout history is raunchy. What about the Venus de Milo? She actually IS naked. By contrast, a model in her underwear should be nothing. She isn't in a lewd pose, she isn't trying to make out with the camera, she's just... sitting on a dresser. Her arm is even crossed against her chest, so nothing could be seen even if she were topless. How is this pervy?
Who am I to tell you right or wrong, I can only offer, my own personal preference. The light in the mirror, distracts my eyes, pulls me to it. If the model (who's stunningly beautiful) moved just 2'' more to hide the bulk of the strobe, I feel it would have highlighted her hair with a kind of halo(ish) effect. That's the only thing I felt would have been, not better, but pleasing more to my own eyes. Yet, no matter what I feel, its what you feel that is the only thing that truly matters, in my humble opinion. I love your work, beyond words.