I chose this image because I think it frames the subject well. The model looks comfortable and it looking straight into the camera, allowing it to focus. I also like how the lighting hits her perfectly to highlight her face and skin.
I chose this image because it looks really formal with his gown and cap. I like that the graduation year is visible, that his cap lines up with the background , and that the focus is on his face which is facing the camera directly.
I chose this image because it's a different position than the other guys did. I also like how he is framed and that the background isn't too busy to take focus off of him.
I chose this image because the model looks like she blends into the background. I also like that she is facing the camera, but also the flowers in the foreground add a pop of color to the whole image.
I chose this image because there is a view in the background, but the subject is the main focus. I like that the model is centered and looks comfortable.
I chose this image because it is a simple pose, but the background isn't busy so the model really stands out. I like that the model is wearing something that isn't too busy and works with the background.
I chose this image because it can sometimes be challenging to work with props properly. I like how the image frames up the model and the prop, which draws your eyes to her face.
Laying poses can sometimes be hard, especially if you're in a city where people are always in the background. That's why I chose this image, because of the non-buy background, you're able to focus on the model. I also like how she is gently resting her head on her face.
His pose is very simple, but the way he is centered draws your eyes to him and not the background. I like that I took away the color because it increases the focus on him.
Ideas can go a long way and in this case, adding text to her fingers tells the whole story. I like that the focus is on her fingers but also that her face isn't too out of focus and of course has a pretty smile.