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tunafish    7

I am looking for some feedback on some images i have taken and editied. They are for a clothes photoshoot

1) http://danbriant.com/zoe/DSC_9435POP.jpg

2) http://danbriant.com/zoe/DSC_9445POP.jpg

3) http://danbriant.com/zoe/DSC_9447POP.jpg

4) http://danbriant.com/zoe/DSC_9448POP.jpg

5) http://danbriant.com/zoe/DSC_9457POP.jpg

Ideas and feedback welcome

Number 2 is my fav image

Thanks

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Xahid    5,362

No offense but, those pix will do negative marketing !

Hint: she is fat !

No.4 is fine !

b/w: nice clothes :D

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tunafish    7

Honestly i dont think size matters. In dont see why people seem to think that with clothes the thinner the better, this aint a Size 0 photoshoot ya know.

These are clothes for people who want to have fun, no matter what your size.

I love the clothes very much.

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+KibosJ    96

She's actually quite pretty and the photos are great :)

I like 1 & 3 best. :)

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Xahid    5,362

well, its your opinion, but against marketing techniques, doesn't matter, what your think, but you have to follow marketing techniques to get attention from peoples !

anyways.... if we just talk about clothes, then No. 2 (Y)

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Raa    1,605
She's actually quite pretty and the photos are great :)

Agreed!

I think they're all good :yes:

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+Anarkii    2,259

I like the pics, well done on the poses, and the girl is cute, even if on the little large side. Great to see you using real world models, not all women are size 6.

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CL114C0777498D    0

4 is my favourite.

the background is nice, but i think it'd be better as a subtle textural element. when she's all over it, it brings it forward, and it's not as good. the focus should be clearly on her.

and i think her poses need to be more emotive. currently they're just random poses with nothing much more to them.

the reason i like the fourth the best (despite it being a bit blurry), is she has a more emotive expression, and the background is a background, rather than an element in the picture that she is interacting with.

the costume and makeup is cool.

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REM2000    146

i like the shots, i like the model. I don't like seeing models who are ultra thin, it's nice to see natural beauty. I like the first three, i found the fourth one a little blurry.

Good color balance, very sharp images, overall i think thats a set to be proud of.

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CL114C0777498D    0

i think you need to make it look more like "oh you caught me living my profoundly interesting life from a particularly beautiful angle" rather than "look at me, i'm wearing a strange costume! in this cool place i'm in!" do you know what i mean? i think it needs more emotion. almost have the costume be a sidenote. it will add depth to the photos, like there is more to the story than just her modelling that outfit.

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tunafish    7

@Xahid - But your missing the point, these are clothes for people who just want to have fun and enjoy themselfs. They are Fay clothing, which is magical and natural and free. I don't see why people want Size 0 all the time, it's un-natural and un-healty

Here's the 2nd set of pics, with a different model

http://danbriant.com/alex/

I have a few more of thre first set to edit and upload - Namely ones like this - http://danbriant.com/zoe/DSC_9386POP.jpg

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Xahid    5,362

Alex is better choice :D lol

.

http://danbriant.com/alex/DSC_9213POP%20copy.jpg

http://danbriant.com/alex/DSC_9276POP%20copy.jpg

http://danbriant.com/alex/DSC_9309POP%20copy.jpg

are best ....(Y)

@Xahid - But your missing the point, these are clothes for people who just want to have fun and enjoy themselfs. They are Fay clothing, which is magical and natural and free. I don't see why people want Size 0 all the time, it's un-natural and un-healty

Here's the 2nd set of pics, with a different model

http://danbriant.com/alex/

I have a few more of thre first set to edit and upload - Namely ones like this - http://danbriant.com/zoe/DSC_9386POP.jpg

I was just trying to explain, according to "Marketing" point of view, which works psychologically.

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rosestar    0

Hi I am the blonde girl who was modelling in the first photographs.. I am also a photographer. I would just like to point out that yes I am not a size 0 however I do not like people referring to my size as being fat when I am infact only a size 10 - would most people really call that size fat? In comparison to 0 I suppose so.

I am going to be going into Fashion Photography so i would just like to comment on Xahid's remark of the 'psychologically marketing' point of view that yes the size 0 models are seen in most clothing advertisements, but they are for designer clothes and this has become an expectation and demand otherwise it causes an uproar. I highly doubt that this will be such for a small online clothing company that just prove they aren't skimpy with material for their photoshoots allowing bigger sized models as their customers will also be the same variety of sizes.

I do agree that the poses are not perfect and that they can be approached in a different way but this was just the first photoshoot - it can be reworked on the point of view of showing emotion. I am very greatful of the idea "oh you caught me living my profoundly interesting life from a particularly beautiful angle" as this has given me some ideas for next time and I agree with it needing to seem that way to have another dimension.

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Xahid    5,362

Online caught.....Ouchy....LOL

but Hey! nothing personal !

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rosestar    0
Online caught.....Ouchy....LOL

but Hey! nothing personal !

I wasn't taking it personal I like the size I am, I just wanted to point out a different view to you

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HawkMan    5,232
I was just trying to explain, according to "Marketing" point of view, which works psychologically.

Except marketing today is movign more and more towards natural healthy girls, intead of the ultra thin runwaygirls wich are used only in the high fashion. For regular clothes no matter the size of the girls, peopel actually like seeing healthy girls more now than the starved anorexic models.

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Code Name: Lockdown    9,539

I like 1, and she's far from "fat", she has curves :)

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rosestar    0
No offense but, those pix will do negative marketing !

Hint: she is fat !

No.4 is fine !

b/w: nice clothes :D

ive sort of high jacked rosestar4208's account, and i think your one of these guys that sit and look at playboy mags, and compare every woman to them. NEWSFLASH: not every woman is a size 0, you will find out that no one that is that size over here and healthy. Dan (+tunafish) done this photo shoot, based on the clothes, not the model, and i think rosestar4208 is a drop dead gorgeous girl and is NOT FAT

and hint: <snipped> grow up, and stop picking at imperfections at people. Its people like you that cause anerexia, and bullemia, because people arent pretty enough or thin enough. The world doesnt need smart arse comments from people like you. A size 10 is NOT fat ITS HEALTHY!!

Edited by Colin-uk

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ashpowell    81

I think your photography skills are great... But the after editing could definitely be a bit better... took me 2 seconds just changing some of the curbs & the vibrancy...

I think it gives it a little more depth, looks less bland.. I duno tell me what you think. :)

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houlty    2

the photo's are nice, but i think the background is too distracting and busy. something more simple which contrasts the clothes would probably be better. but i'm no expert, so...

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FiB3R    1,663

I'd hit it.

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Code Name: Lockdown    9,539
I'd hit it.

Oh without a doubt.

I think anyone who bases their ideals on women around the images that media pushed over the last decade (as the media is now a lot more aware that actually a healthy figure sells more than a stick figure) needs to re-asses themselves.

I am getting married in 2 weeks to a lovely woman, stunning both outwardly and inwardly. But I still see the beauty in other women, and this girl shown has a really intriguing look about her. Possibly a little too young for me to honestly say I would hit it, but her shape, her expression, hey demeanour - she's lovely :)

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Razorwing    640

loving the color matching of greens and yellows.

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tunafish    7

There was no yellow used.

It was either dark green or really light green, when ya photographing in like direct sunlight etc that light green really is reflective lol

To give you an idea, these came right out of the camera

post-73767-1251054069_thumb.jpg

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MasterC    10

<snipped>

I am going to be going into Fashion Photography

Good luck on that! :)

Edited by Mathachew

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