A lot of eye contact! I like that!
This youngster is going places. She's gonna be very hot at age 20. She's learn how to model. Still needs more confidence (that's a sexy thing too), and she'll learn this along the way.
Am looking forward to following her career. Keep her around, eh?
Friday, August 11th, 2017 on Phiny
A great shoot. Of the 131 available, I pared it down to 107. Of these, I straightened or cropped for better composition. Only 2 needed color saturation adjustments. The result is stunning!
Great shoot! Potographer Erro did a great job with lovely Mango. It's the best I've seen on SexArt!
Friday, August 11th, 2017 on Spenio
Nice shoot! Even though verticals aren't vertical and had to be tossed, you still end up with a good set. I especially like the cyan and blues in this. They're so retro!
Great gooding gal, but heck, most are. IT's the shoot I'm interested in. The photographer when out on a limb to make this color set work (many shoots with cyan as accent don't work because the cyan is off, relative to skin color).
Great shoot! Good design elements and lovely colors! Well done! Kudos to Don Caravaggio!
Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017 on Jeridy
I like the use of the long lens, but the camera is too close. Pull back a little so we can see more of the girl at once.
For a busy background, this wasn't all that distracting. A nice setting!
And of course, Sarika is a beauty! But she shines due to creative camera work. Good job!
Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017 on Yera
Whoa! Now this is artistic!! It's not a ten! It's a twenty!
Just one fabulous shoot! Photographer Albert Varin excels in this one! Kitana A is treated right, and she sure fits the part!
Wow! Three thumbs up!
Tuesday, August 1st, 2017 on Coluisse
Nice light, super colors, gal looks into camera involving viewer.... what more could anyone want? Photos in order, that's what. The more work I have to do, the lower the rating. Points off for this = 2, resulting in 8 stars.
Tuesday, August 1st, 2017 on Senig
Points off for photographer not directing Ulitima to smile at camera. I expect the models to entertain me, and include me in the shoot. By simply looking at the camera with a smile, the participant(s) can achieve this.
Great location, good color saturation, most photos have good compostition makes for a rating of 10, but the lack of inclusion of the audience loses three stars, resulting in a mere 7.
Tuesday, August 1st, 2017 on Entiyr
My gosh! This shoot is beautiful! Great concept! I love the environment and lighting. Georgia is all the more beautiful for this wonderful and delightful setting!
I love it! More like this, please?
Sunday, July 23rd, 2017 on Bazea
Congrats to photographer, Flora, for the concept and well composed and nicely lit shoot. Well done! I put only 32 of the 125 photos in a sub folder named extras, and much to my delight, only 4 of these extras were weeded out to make a mini shoot! Am very happy with this! Good job, Flora! Well done!
p.s. Sandy A, if you're reading this, I want to have your baby! :)
Sunday, July 23rd, 2017 on Vanzia
Good concept. Great color. Steady camera. Smart looking girls. A winner.
However, it could be better. Some underlying music would make this fabulous! Also, I don't like that wide screen format. It's over the top! 16x9 is wide enough. 2x3 @1080p works well too.
Then again, it gets a 9.4 from me!
Friday, July 21st, 2017 on Romantic Spa
Handheld again, tilted vertical lines. Exposure uneven. Closeups too close.
Mila is pretty. Camera isn't steady. LINE UP THOSE SHOTS!
Friday, July 21st, 2017 on Flexa
Funny, I prefer the female not look at the camera. To me it means she's paying attention to what she's doing.
She didn't look at the camera and that rates a 10/10 from me.
Hi, thanks for your comments. This is the reason SexArt's owner, Jon, likes our production teams to shoot in this format: "The reason we shoot in 2.35:1 anamorphic/Cinemascope is completely based on our love for film. Furthermore, we are trying to give the audience a complete movie-going experience because this aesthetic is associated with higher end feature films. It is considered the most cinematic or filmic aspect ratio filmmakers use in their storytelling toolbox. It is my belief it's the best aspect ratio for dramatic narrative filmmaking, and it is why we use it here at Sexart.com. This is not to say that 2.35:1 is always the most appropriate aspect ratio to shoot in. I think TV and Documentaries should be filmed in 16:9 because that aspect ratio lends itself to a better viewing experience."
Glad to hear you enjoyed the movie though :-)
Saturday, July 22nd, 2017 on Romantic Spa
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