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Girl WITHOUT bikini top this time with the PICTURE

Igor D. , Sep 24, 2003; 03:04 p.m.

This time with attached photo!

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Preston Merchant , Sep 24, 2003; 04:09 p.m.

Nice shot, pretty girl.

Preston Merchant , Sep 24, 2003; 04:11 p.m.

And a much better shot than the one with the bikini-top.

Jim Vanson , Sep 24, 2003; 05:03 p.m.

Poorly lite...green print of a girl that belongs in the galleries, not splashed--twice no less--for the heavy breathers lurking in the forums...

Igor; please get with the program. No one else posts pictures in the forums. Please don't consider yourself to be an exception.

Moderator's Note: This forum has always allowed posting of images. Based on feedback on the forum and to moderators directly, participants here enjoy the image posting on the forum.

Other forums, such as the Leica Forum and occasionally the Large Format Forum also have image posting.

If you want a forum without images, some of the forums here (Canon and Nature, for example) don't have images on them, in general. Spend your time on those forums rather than trying to tell posters what to do. That's what moderators are for.

Tom Meyer , Sep 24, 2003; 06:36 p.m.

The first image with the bikini top is a much stronger image, for me. She has a more direct look, better posture, stronger eye contact and the composition of the frame is better too. Also, it's not the tired cliche' of the bashful girl... t

KL IX , Sep 24, 2003; 08:06 p.m.

Don't know if it's my eyes or my monitor or the lighting, but looks like the girl was "photoshop'd" into the background. Look at the almost "serrated" edge along her left shoulder and along her back... Tell me it ain't so !?

Emre Safak , Sep 24, 2003; 10:17 p.m.

I like it on a technical level, but I do not understand why she is covering herself. In the previous picture she was fairly thrusting her bosom towards the viewer (in agreement with her confident expression), so why the sudden timidity? I prefer this one over the last; better pose and light.

John Lund , Sep 25, 2003; 01:10 a.m.

Over-exposed. ;-)

Igor D. , Sep 25, 2003; 04:13 a.m.


Thanks for your comments, I appreciate your attitudes. Girl was not photoshopped into the background. Tom, I hope that you see the third light now?

D. P. , Sep 25, 2003; 04:46 a.m.

could do with a bit more light in the shadow-side of her face

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