Hey there two items.....I do love this photo as I think the model is quite beautiful and your B&W treatment looks great......however I found something you may want to know about. I was browsing other people's works and happened to recognize one of the photos they have on their gallery.......it is this photo, re-edited with their stuff on it. Not sure if you mind if people do that, but I know I would mind especially if they are claiming it as their own. The link to that guys page is here: [link]. Just figured I should let you know.
This is an amazing shot! I get the feeling she is embracing that feeling completely and begging "someone" for more, as the title suggests. Probably one of my favorite non-nudes you have done in awhile! I am also really glad you didn't make this in color, would have been far too distracting from the feel of the piece! BRAVO AS ALWAYS SCOTT!!
AuroraDarkFeatured By OwnerOct 4, 2012Hobbyist Digital Artist
Gorgeous lighting and model, well posed. However, the framing of this seems strange. For one thing, I'd recommend scaling the size of your copyright down. It distracts the eye considerably, which breaks up that nice, quiet negative space you have there. I understand that you want it to be apparent and legible, but you could go a bit smaller with it and still achieve that same importance. Also, the wau her hands almost touch the top of the frame seem to limit the photo's space. How much more dramatic could it be, if that negative space was allowed to extend far beyond her, to give her more breathing room? She seems almost like she's trapped in a box, from the almost square-shaped, short frame.
That being said, I would ignore the comments that are just calling this a "side boob" shot. It's definitely more appealing than just that. It's lovely.
Ah yes, the sideboob. So endearingly artistic. I look at that breast and think to myself, "That's a breast." I look at the dress and still I think "That's a breast."But the lighting and the composition of the work i-That's a breast.