Your images are absolutely stunning and beautiful. We, your fans, and fellow photographers would love to learn more about the lighting technique used to make this image.
While this may be asking you to break the code of silence, would you be so kind as to give us more details as to the lighting technique used to create this image? I read that you used to softboxes but would you care to elaborate on their positions in relation to each other, their positions in relation to the model, light ratios and anything used to further modify the light emitted by the boxes?
I love the pose, the hair, and the way she's looking at the camera. I have to ask, though, is her waste/stomach edited a bit? It looks... not right. I can't quite place it. I'm just curious. Gorgeous photo!
I've finally managed to gain weight.. marriage seems to do that do you. But yeah stomach issues are usually pretty easy if you know your problem area.. my husband on the other hand is British.. and got the family British trait of having this extra layer of impossible to work off fat.. it's weird because he has an amazing amount of muscle under it(being military) but can't work it off.. doesn't bother me.. only seems to bother him.
and yeah I'd rather have curves then have the figure of a teenage boy.
Hee. The guy I like lives in Scotland, he wants to be a Royal Marine, so he'll be very muscly, too. But now he doesn't have so much muscle than before, since once he got sick and lost alot weight and all that.
I hope the marines there aren't like the ones here.. or else I'd be telling you to tell him no any branch but marines our marines tend to be bad guys..most navy guys are too.. I got lucky with mine he has an air force mentality.
I'm sure you can use a bikini.. I have the border-line bikini.. the last photo I had in one I didn't really like.. If I stood at the wrong angle you could see the bottom of my ribs which annoys me to no end.. but the husband has helped me gain weight since he's been home from deployment so I'm happy.. YAY MEAT!