The "ooh!" surprised pink shots don't do it for me - they're like the moment BEFORE you actually want to capture.
I really, really, really like the first shot. Great energy and it seems really type-appropriate for you.
1, 3, and 5 are my fav's. Very nice colors
Kerry James Photography
The tree and window and truck are a little too much for me because I am distracted a little by them (especially in the horizontal shot). That's just my preference with backgrounds. I like the second shot and last shot the best out of these. The last shot feels "cop" like and I am not sure if I think you would really play that but it's a nice shot. I actually like the "ooh!" shot that marbar doesn't and i think the first shot is the least interesting.
Hop that helps,
The eye popping shots are really strange/awkward, though I understand what look you're going for. Couldn't been done less over the top.
My favorite is the last shot, though hair isn't all that interesting.
LA & Seattle headshot photographer
Hm, alright thanks for the advice!
I like No. 5 the best!
(And you remind me a lot of actress Jordana Spiro of "The Mob Doctor": http://pro.imdb.com/media/rm566728704/nm0819079 )
#1 and #5 look the most natural and personable. The others look a tiny, tiny bit "put-on". But even with the put-on factor, I'd still submit those for specific roles. The only one I'm not completely keen on is #2. It does look like it's a fraction of a second before you were ready for the shot.
Who's the photographer, may I ask?
Vanie Poyey - loved working with her! She makes you improv during the shoot which I really enjoyed!
I like the last one best, but even that one BARELY makes sense as a theatrical shot. Maybe lose the smile? Still a great shot though very natural look overall and gives a sense of personality.
The other shots are cute, quirky and could work as commercial pics, but some of them look a bit forced with the eye popping.
#1 looks very natural, genuine, approachable. This one would probably work well for commercial.
I also like #5 a lot, and I can see #3 working well (I love the big blue eyes) if you crop out the truck in the background.
But #2 and #4 are off-putting to me because of the "surprised" look and the weird camera placement/angle (I think straight head-on is much better).
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