Incredible waste of effort, pictures, model's work... A photographer focused in the cup of tea, the cookies, making the model to spread her legs while sipping tea... So boring I am speechless. Next time I'll rather like pics of the cup of tea and the cookies only, please. They will be more exciting for sure. And get the model out of here to an erotic photography webpage instead.
Wednesday, August 9th, 2017 on Resni
Great set. Model is a model (she's not always smiling as a tourist in front of her friend's camera), photographer Is a photographer (trying to create some art, not just taking a beautiful photo of a beautiful girl). That's why I became a member of METART in the first place, some years ago: looking for models and art. Unfortunately, Ms Schon (and Paromov, and few others) are just rare exceptions in the general mediocrity that METART has become last years.
Tuesday, August 1st, 2017 on Clia
I'm not an old roman, sorry. Food is a big turnoff for me.
Monday, July 24th, 2017 on Linpa
METART is also about art. You wanna see calendar pics girls, big smiling, showing pussy, with no art at all? You should look at a truck cabin, not here. Great work, Ms Schon!
Saturday, July 8th, 2017 on Presenting Elin
And of course the cushion logically situated on floor so the model be comfortable when kneeled or lying on her back... what cares if the whole photo looks like artificial, below zero in erotic tension with that cushion under her body strategically situated?? An advice: you want your models kneel on soft floors? Take them to bed.
Tuesday, February 28th, 2017 on Finize
Stop smiling models please. This is not a sitcom.
Friday, February 17th, 2017 on Candys
You're right. I like slender ones, but there's a limit very easy to perceive: bones begin to shape the body more than flesh. Sadly, it doesn't improve beauty, IMHO.
Saturday, January 28th, 2017 on Eniza
Fascinating. First time I see, since a long time in METART, a girl photographed outdoor without a stupid blanket, a towel or her own clothes under her body when she's on her knees or just sat down. If they're outdoor, they're outdoor, right? Their own flesh and the nature that surrounds them. If you want them on a pillow or a cushion take them indoor. Congrats to the model and Matiss for this.
Wednesday, December 21st, 2016 on Presenting Rosella
Horrible. I mean... This is what? A fashion contest?
Saturday, December 10th, 2016 on Aerino
Tony Murano has won several times this "prize".
Saturday, December 10th, 2016 on Lucerna
Key words of this set: imagination, art. Ring the bell in someone?
Imagination and art: two major key words in MetArt, sadly long time forgotten in MetArt itself, full as it is nowadays with vulgar, anecdotical sets of beautiful girls smiling to a boring camera.
Welcome back, Paromov!
Thursday, October 27th, 2016 on Tensima
Out of curiosity, I 've tried to see if there's just ONE pic in this boring set where this girl is not showing the same petrified faked smile on her face, and there isn't!!! (just the few ones where she is not showing her face). Of course, the photographer is responsible for this boring, faked, absurd set of "Facebook pics". The model deserves something better.
Friday, September 23rd, 2016 on Presenting Linda Chase
I guess it's whatever you choose to concentrate on. You have an incredibly beautiful naked young model showing her gorgeous body and you choose to focus on a prop.
Oh, and one of the cushions had a wrinkle in it.
Still sticking with wine, hashish & absinthe? Killed you in 1919 and they'll do it again.
Looks to me like the cushion fell off the chair. Yarina was just helping to retrieve it. :)
Yeah, I really hate when it looks like the models are enjoying themselves.
Whimsy. When I view any of Paromov's work, I often wonder what goes through his/her head in the process of coming up with the "next new thing".
There are many detractors hereabouts to Paromov's overall corpus of work citing, among other things, a sometimes lack of explicit close-ups and, more in general, Paromov's use of sets and props in the process.
I'm sure you've encountered the term "ANATT" here, and there are many, many members who, like the pitchfork-and-torch-bearing townsfolk in "Young Frankenstein", carry the ANATT banner high citing that THAT's what they pay good money for. If I read the intent of your comment correctly, you like Paromov's use of this sense of whimsy in presenting his work - and I agree. After all, like Gumby, there are only so many ways you can contort a human body without "something extra", be it clothing, lingerie or props, before the ANATT format can perhaps become mundane.
Friday, October 28th, 2016 on Tensima
I'm in agreement that while the model's smile as absolutely gorgeous, it does get stale and reflects poorly on the photographer that he can't elicit more emotion than was exhibited in this set. Here's hoping that future sets see the model relaxed enough to show more of her personality and that the photographer can adequately caputre it.
Sunday, September 25th, 2016 on Presenting Linda Chase
I feel that you guys are being a little harsh. You need to remember that this is a first time set and this little sweetheart did a bang up job of holding it together. That smile is cute and not all that forced even though it never changes. I think she is super cute and VERY sexy and I am looking forward to seeing her evolve into the star she is destined to be. I certainly can't fault that fantastic little body and she will definitely be on my watch list! IMO Dave is certainly better than some of the other photographers on here. He's relatively new here too and Met standards are very high. This might have been the first set for her and him and it takes time to get comfortable being nude with people you've just met! Especially for a new model.
Saturday, September 24th, 2016 on Presenting Linda Chase
I am at a loss as to why MA keeps running Dave Lee sets, myself. His photography is at best amateuristic even when he has a great model. Most of his poses look very posed and very stiff and most of his sets IMO do not look very erotic at all because they're so stiff.
Your description of her smile is unnecessarily harsh, but it does get a bit freaky when a model never changes her expression. (Almost never: #62 is the photo you were looking for.) And it is the photographer's fault.
Still, Linda is an excellent addition to MA World, far from boring.
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