Here is a little question – is there a professional view that always prevails? Big production, fashion magazine shoots seem to take their beautiful, thin, young models and shoot them looking at best irritated, but more often angry or depressed. Are other options a possibility?
Full-face looking at the lens? And cheerful. Posed and angled? Perhaps a bit old fashioned.
And the facial expression . . . ? Blank?
Well, may I ask for your opinions? I have been bogged down with so many photos I can no longer see the wood for the trees. This handful gives a rough overview of the choices I have.
And, here are some gorgeous professional fashion photographs from the masters, Nick Knight, Tim Walker, Rankin, and David Bailey if only …
Nick Knight for Vogue 2008
Tim Walker for Vogue 2012
Coco Rocha by Rankin wearing Dolce & Gabbana for Elle 2013