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Old 04-04-2012   #1
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Here's the last fashion look Aenna and I shot last week.

As was pointed out in the other thread, Aenna doesn't do intentionally sexy but she looks pretty attractive selling clothes.



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6. and we end this shoot with (of course) a headshot:

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3,4,5 are beautiful
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Old 04-04-2012   #3
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Hopefully not a last look..

Well done John.. it comes through on the photographs both of your professionalisms (her poses are dead on) and your creative eye..

Like the tone on the last one.. although I could not pick any favourite.. they are all outstanding..
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Thanks Allan.

Heinz, she's a pleasure to work with. She knows her body, her angles and how to project to the camera. We both expect that her agency will want one of this set for her print look book.
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hmm..

From this set .. I would choose #5, 1, 2, and for creative look the headshot..
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Very good series
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As with all your work it is awesome. Thank you for sharing here. Your great work is just enhanced by the very pretty model.
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Nice poses, good lights, beautiful model & expressions!!!
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Great set of images. Number 3 is exceptionally nice.
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Some very nice work here Steve. Both of you should be happy with the results of the photo shoot.

In a portfolio, either yours or hers, variety is the spice of life.

I'm sure Aenna's agency will have no more than two of Aenna in the same outfit and mix them up in her book.

Limit your portfolio to only two images of each model. Keep the number of images in your portfolio down to 20-30, and only pick the very, very best ones. If you don't have 20 then use what you have. Using any images less than your best is far worse than having less then 20 in your portfolio.

Use different looks opposite each other, such as B&W opposite a bold colored image, white background opposite a white one, swimsuit opposite a business suit. You get the idea. It makes the portfolio look more interesting and shows off the variety. Even if you setup different portfolios for portrait, fashion, glamor, etc. use as much variety as possible within each portfolio and keep the number of images low. Viewers start losing interest after about 20 images.


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