beautiful photo great juxtaposition with the model and the floor love the use of color. The pastel color in the underwear is a great complement to her skin tone and the over all tone of the photos love the hard angel of the bed that separate from the rest of the frame and adds the the total composition. I would like to add that she is a very attractive and beautiful woman who seams to have a great body and from what I can tell a beautiful personality as you can see there is a certain level of playfulness and personalize that she seams to be giving off. I would however would like to add some constructive criticism if you would permit me I feel the positioning of her hair is some how distracting the flow of which leads you off the photos and out of the frame ( which I was thought to never do that ) also I feel that her body is slightly to low in the frame of the picture I would add more darks to create a stronger contrast ( but I do like the over all lightness to photo I feel it need some more dark tones ) Finally the curtain and light coming from the window seams slightly off some how also not sure really why its off but it just doesn't seam to flow with the rest of the photo
In reply to Ooupoutto,been blocked from replying directly.
'Skinny' implies underweight, she is not, she is thin because of the business she is in meaning she probably eats a well balanced diet and works out to keep toned.
Why do I have a disordered view of anatomy? I've been studying it for the last few years. I weigh over 220 pounds but if I lean over or do a back bend you can see my ribs too - I doubt very much you would call me skinny. If you think that seeing someone's rib cage is the definition of skinny then it's you with the "disordered view of anatomy" I'm afraid...
A beautiful shot of a perfectly proportioned young lady, bravo. It is irritating sometimes that this "perfection" annoys so many people, more often than not the people that are overweight and detest the comparison.
A sense of being threatened and a twinge of jealousy comes through when you see healthy people with a perfect BMI. Understandable, but try to see it as a positive reinforcement for your secret wish to look that way too. Change your thinking, and your body will follow
Yes you are, actually. Even the photographer think's you're absurd, along with another respected photographer. You said to him: "I'm not reading that or participating in petty internet arguments." Yet you not only perpetuate them, you also originate them. You seem to feel that having the last word makes you right. It doesn't. Blocking shows that you can't handle a fair argument, by the way. You lose.
With opinion comes differences. I have my idea of beauty, as do you.
Would you rather I take this as a message to starve myself to reach a perfect size 0 and endure physical and mental damage because I do not look the same? I'm just trying to say that it's about time we used models of a healthy figure, ones with fat on their bodies.
You miss the point. We are not discussing beauty but what is healthy, which is precisely what your initial rude and offensive comment stupidly referred to as "skinny and bones". The first is subjective, the second is not. The message is to eat normally, so as to look normal!
What is normal? Nothing to do with "opinions" as you say.
"Normal" for a young woman is medically defined as having a Body Mass Index (BMI) between 18,5 and 24, which is precisely what this model has - as Baineann is aware, I know her. Now get your act together young lady, stop addressing other women in a way that you would hate to have done to you, and if you are not yourself in this range, indeed eat less, and live a longer and healthier life. You will also feel less the need to push down others.
No ribs showing is not normal. Plain and simple. And you guys are acting like I'm obese XD but hey you wanna fan over chicks that look unhealthy, then have fun. If I do this pose I can see the outline of my ribs, but not every single rib bone.
Well, since you seem adamant that being roly-poly is the way to Nirvana, (not that there's anything wrong with that) I might suggest you put your "gift" of excess baggage to good use as the "before" photo in a Jenny Craig advert
Yeah I'm chubby, but guess what, I'm healthy. Personally I think you have screwed up view on what is healthy for the female body. When your ribs start showing then that's not normal or healthy. You might wanna get mental help if you think this is normal, you most likey have one of those fetishes for women that look skeletal.
In July 2013, the American Medical Association finally designated Obesity a "disease".
Even moderate obesity leads early on to hypertension, atherosclerosis, cardiovascular disease, stroke, diabetes and cancer, not to mention obstructive sleep apnea and infertility in women. The Journal of Pediatrics also reported recently that Obese women have 67% more chance of giving birth to autistic children.
Now these are the lessons that should be communicated to young people today, not this hysteria about women appearing to look too thin in magazines, making others alike yourself feel threatened in comparison.
You are probably too young to understand that the campaign to allow oneself to become "chubby" as you call it, is run by the promoters of the " food industry" that make billions and billions of dollars out of selling junk food to people. Think about that young lady, without the use of any slogans and insults .. : -)
Perhaps you should give her some of your sandwiches, as you obviously eat too many. Otherwise you would know from personal experience that having a healthy body with a flat stomach, which is susceptible to gravity thus delineating the ribcage, is natural. The fact she has her hands above her head stretching out her body just exaggerates the effect.
Think my comment is rude? Think again how your comment must make this model feel.
Actually, it's the way she is arching her back and sucking her midrif in that is showing off her ribs. Plenty of models do this, a prime example being Ulorinvex (especially in her early work). Some girls are naturally skinny like this because of their metabolism. I know girls this skinny who eat tonnes of food and don't gain any weight. Here is a picture of Lily where she's not arching her back and showing her ribs. [link]
In future keep your ignorant comments to yourself!
First of all, rude. I never said there was anything wrong with it; I made the comment because I hadn't yet seen other photos of her and was concerned she might not be healthy...which someone corrected me on months ago.
Second of all...not that my weight is any of your business, but I'm pretty sure that being barely 90 pounds doesn't constitute being overweight any more than being American does. So you can take your stereotypes and shove them.
Oh really...did you bite back? Maybe you should grow some fangs; just sayin I believe some people would consider "shove it" to be rude, but I see you're one of those libtards who likes to make up their own rules and definitions, so I expect you'll disagree. Love to hear those "two dozen nastier ways" you mentioned. Amuse me.
Also, I think I'm in a much better position to offer "lessons to live by" than you are, since you seem to have all kinds of serious, deep-seated issues, such as self cutting, gender confusion, etc. You're obviously a hot-head who sees an opportunity for a "fight" every time someone has a opinion different from yours. Here's some friendly advice to live by: get counseling if you haven't already.