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[–] Shawnski 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Ok, so here's what I liked. I thought they we're all fairly composed well, great use of rule of thirds on the majority of them. A lot of them feel "soft, but deadly" which I'm guessing was what you were trying to get across. I think the model did an excellent job with her poses, and if you directed those poses props to you. Now for some of the things I didn't like. It's in my opinion that photos from the same collection or essay should all be done in the same style. It feels like the style, for me, just jumps around too much. It starts in black and white, then jumps around to really saturated photos, to sepia-esque tones, back to black and white, black and white with color pop. I think it just begs for a steady style through out this shoot. (and obviously at the end of the day it's your decision). One of the photos honestly just feels blurry, I can't really tell if it was caused by movement and a slower shutter speed, or maybe you meant to do like a Depth of Field focus. I felt about three of them were a bit too derivative and I might argue that at least one could be cut out. Some of them also looked kind of grainy as if the ISO was up too high. Overall I liked this photo set, and I look forward to seeing your future work. Hopefully you found this helpful.

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[–] steadynbobz_show [S] 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

Thank you for the feedback, the one that is out of focus i just liked idk why. I am getting better at posing. this was only my second real attempt. I always have a hard time only picking a few pics, need to get better at composing a style throughout.