I love the model's expression and pose. I feel like I would've liked it more if you'd exposed for the positive, but I'm not sure--I might like the weird look you get from the polaroid negative.>>3761486>>3761490
Digging the soft fall vibes. My only criticism is that you framed juuuust a tiny bit too tight--first one has her elbow kissing the edge of the frame (with a lot more empty on the other side, which makes it feel a little unbalanced), and the second cuts off her fingers at the bottom.>>3761513>>3761514
When shooting a cosplayer with a cosplay gun, tell them not to put their finger on the trigger unless they're posing like they're actually about to shoot something. Otherwise, gun people will whine about trigger discipline. I guess I'm whining about trigger discipline here, too, but I'm only whining about it because I've seen so many other people whining about it.
Location and lighting are great. I'm assuming off-camera flash based on the ISO and location, but it looks very natural. I'd have done blood on only one cheek, but that's more a critique of the cosplay than the photography.>>3761647
Melvin's out of focus despite being the person in the foreground. Ideally, you'd want to get both of them in the depth of field, but if you have to pick one, pick the front. You seem to have missed both of them, though (or it might just be because they're laughing and your shutter speed is a little too low--either way, the faces are both blurred).
Also, the gum in both of their mouths is a little distracting, and Belle isn't looking towards the camera.>>3761719
Really dig this one. Would be better without the crease lines on the sheet.>>3761756
I dunno, this one doesn't really speak to me. Maybe more eye contact, or a more natural-looking pose than tippie-toes-near-the-window would improve it?>>3761766
I like this one too. The catchlights in her eyes make 'em sparkle, and I love the minimalist color palette.