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Slightly "Samie"


Two photographers looking and shooting the same thing, what they see is the same but slightly different. What they capture is the same, but slightly different. Why & how they edit is the same but also slightly different.

One thing however is constant and never waivers, you tell us what that is, we curious to read your responses :)



We definitely are still Suby & Sinem - Creative Photographers

"Ars Longa, Vita Brevis"


Slightly "Samie"


Two photographers looking and shooting the same thing, what they see is the same but slightly different. What they capture is the same, but slightly different. Why & how they edit is the same but also slightly different.

One thing however is constant and never waivers, you tell us what that is, we curious to read your responses :)



We definitely are still Suby & Sinem - Creative Photographers

"Ars Longa, Vita Brevis"


comments (18)

holy smokes, that is beautiful.
  • Ada
  • United States
  • 22 Aug 2008, 01:52
Sharp!!!! She could jump right out of the picture!!!!
  • Ada
  • United States
  • 22 Aug 2008, 01:53
I keep forgetting to comment. I love the one on the right.
  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 22 Aug 2008, 03:25
What I detect is that both Sub & Sin have a passion for photography, and constantly seek perfection.

In this case, the two images are quite similar, but I definitely favour the one on the left for several reasons...such as:
a) softer, more beguiling expression,
b) less distracting colour,
c) sense of a more assertive hip thrust
d) less hand visible on the hip,
e) empty space behind the hip/tummy outline,
f) ...etc

Both excellent...one better!
  • Stan
  • United Kingdom
  • 22 Aug 2008, 07:00
I might be being pedantic but these are clearly two different poses. Now that've got that off my chest....:p

I like them both. If i had to pick i'd take the one on the right and clone out that pole. The processing of the one on the left gives it a cold feel that is at odds with the clothing of the model.
  • Fotografa
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 22 Aug 2008, 10:09
I guess that would be, the models always delivers smilesmile

Love both shots, but prefer the one on the right. A bit more detail in the shadow areas in her hair and hood. And I think the pole works quite well, in that it helps to frame her pose.
  • padraig
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 22 Aug 2008, 11:38
I think they are both wonderful and with thier own merits, fantastic work.
  • johnnyg
  • United Kingdom
  • 22 Aug 2008, 18:47
They are both good but if I were the client I would go for the right simply because my "product" is a little more clearly defined.
lovely work folks

no you will not get me to commit here


ps. no need to clone out no poles
great shots. Don't need to clone out no poles, it is a location shoot not a studio shoot.
Great catches Sube! And captures.
Hope you are fine!
Nice one fellas, I see Ray prefers the left image, I actually prefer the right image, I like her facial expression there.
I guess that it depends on what the purpose of this shoot was. If it was for the model portfolio..both would do it for me. If it was for a Calvin Klein ad..then I would choose the shot on the right.

Furthermore.. I would like to guess...The shot made on the right was Sinem...and the left one was made by Suby. I guess that Sinem is a bit shorter than Subs... smile

The expression on her face is constant....
Well done!
They are both beautiful photographs. I prefer the expression on the left, the overall treatment of the right.
  • wailor
  • United States
  • 1 Sep 2008, 16:00
The lady on the left would do well in a Bourne film with its darker hues and grim looks, the other is more in your face. They are both good but prefer the one on the left.
Very cool
  • Ginnie
  • Atlanta, GA, United States
  • 3 Sep 2008, 17:53
This poses an interesting question, S&S, (especially after Fausto's comment): does a model pose differently if/when the gender of the photographer changes???
  • Ada
  • a very dark room
  • 4 Sep 2008, 14:20
You cloned out the pole in the picture on the left!!!!
Suby & Sinem: We did? Sorry, from the angle the image was taken, there was no pole smile

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