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Old 08-16-2017   #1
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Another shoot with my muse done just outside of Salt Lake City on the shores of the Great Salt Lake.

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Nicely done, very stylish.
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This one caught my eye.
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she can be me my muse too. Fantastic photo. love the pose, the setting and your creativeness.
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Nailed that image.... easy to do with the model, but it takes more than a pretty model to give the complete message. Well done.
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Nice shot technically and a pretty model, but I think the pose looks terribly contrived and uncomfortable. Sorry.
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Great pose.....well done.
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Nice shot technically and a pretty model, but I think the pose looks terribly contrived and uncomfortable. Sorry.
Aren't most great/interesting poses contrived and uncomfortable? There is a saying in the modeling world that goes something like..."if you have done your job as a model, you will most likely be sore from modelling the next day". I guess there's a reason that professional models say that modelling is hard work!
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I like this image a lot.

Was this a golden hour shoot. Her skin tone is very orange/red warm which would make sense. I always enjoy the power in her eyes.

I don't mind the pose. The saying is "if it's comfortable, it's not a great pose". However, pro models don't show the discomfort.

Nicely done.
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I like this image a lot.

Was this a golden hour shoot. Her skin tone is very orange/red warm which would make sense. I always enjoy the power in her eyes.

I don't mind the pose. The saying is "if it's comfortable, it's not a great pose". However, pro models don't show the discomfort.

Nicely done.
Yes, this was taken about 30 minutes before sunset. If you look closely on her chest, you can see the shadows of the blades of grass that the sun is casting at a low angle.


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