Kat Skow (includes nudes)
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teaco
Registered: Apr 09, 2012
Total Posts: 77
Country: Australia

Well i hope this post gets a few more comments than my last one, which sank like a stone

Kat is a wonderful model who has just relocated back to the east coast, much to the detriment of us westies.

Comments and critique is always welcome, although silence speaks volumes too....

Kat Skow



broncoholic
Registered: Apr 18, 2012
Total Posts: 316
Country: United States

Very Nice shots and Model, She looked very comfortable in the settings.


I did not see the last one, so cant say anything about it, I did like these, though.

~Mike~



teaco
Registered: Apr 09, 2012
Total Posts: 77
Country: Australia

Thanks Mike, appreciate the comment!

(the other one got resurrected and is ticking along nicely thanks)

Peter



bwalwork
Registered: Apr 03, 2005
Total Posts: 391
Country: Canada

I like all the colour images for the poses, lighting and artistic interpretation. I'd not normally light from overhead, but it works in the first couple of images.

For my tastes, the B&W are less artistic and lack the same impact as the others. I'm not sure whether I'd add more contrast in the lighting or in post-processing, but either technique would be helpful in my opinion.



fatvette
Registered: Sep 14, 2011
Total Posts: 8
Country: United States

I"m no pro but really like the composition and lighting in the first two.



teaco
Registered: Apr 09, 2012
Total Posts: 77
Country: Australia

many thanks! Bwalwork... yes, i think i agree with you. I prefer the chair images by far. I might revisit the processing on your suggestion though... as soon as i've got through the 'shopping for today's shoot. Much appreciated.

Fatvette: Thanks mate!



MDJAK
Registered: May 10, 2005
Total Posts: 355
Country: United States

Your work is excellent.



teaco
Registered: Apr 09, 2012
Total Posts: 77
Country: Australia

thanks mate



Bones74
Registered: Aug 13, 2011
Total Posts: 1004
Country: United Kingdom

Very nice set. Great model, well lit and shot



Marvin B
Registered: Nov 28, 2012
Total Posts: 28
Country: United States

nicely done! im diggin the whole set! thanks for sharing!



kevin s
Registered: Jun 23, 2004
Total Posts: 235
Country: United States

i may be wrong but to my eye the color shots have a certain Vargas quality to them. i think they're good.



p4ssw0rd
Registered: Jul 04, 2011
Total Posts: 59
Country: Australia

I liked the first two most, I also checked your web site and Yvonne was a very good shoot IMHO.
Keep up with the good work.



Achilles2010
Registered: Dec 17, 2010
Total Posts: 182
Country: United States

Very nice Peter! My favorites are 1,2,5,6,8,9.
Good lighting! Complements to the model



papageno
Registered: Jul 03, 2003
Total Posts: 3626
Country: United States

Lovely model. Was bothered by the shots that are front on and the legs are a bit apart, making her look somewhat bowlegged.

Are the tape Xs there for a specific reason? Modesty seems unlikely. Is it a requirement somewhere? No one has commented about them, which I find puzzling.



teaco
Registered: Apr 09, 2012
Total Posts: 77
Country: Australia

Marvin B wrote:
nicely done! im diggin the whole set! thanks for sharing!


Bones74 wrote:
Very nice set. Great model, well lit and shot


kevin s wrote:
i may be wrong but to my eye the color shots have a certain Vargas quality to them. i think they're good.


Thanks for the comments and compliments. Much appreciated.

p4ssw0rd wrote:
I liked the first two most, I also checked your web site and Yvonne was a very good shoot IMHO.
Keep up with the good work.


Hey thanks for having a look around my site.

Achilles2010 wrote:
Very nice Peter! My favorites are 1,2,5,6,8,9.
Good lighting! Complements to the model


Thanks - she is certainly one of the best i have worked with. Great attitude.
papageno wrote:
Lovely model. Was bothered by the shots that are front on and the legs are a bit apart, making her look somewhat bowlegged.

Are the tape Xs there for a specific reason? Modesty seems unlikely. Is it a requirement somewhere? No one has commented about them, which I find puzzling.


I think you have somehow gone onto a different blog post. Not sure how that has happened



papageno
Registered: Jul 03, 2003
Total Posts: 3626
Country: United States

Went to look again and you are right. Lovely gal well photographed. I have no idea where I was transported to, or why. I don't remember any greys, or being removed from a speeding car to later be found in a field.