Thank you for this. I have seen so many rail thin models who are robbed of all humanity with layers of makeup and insane outfits (not to say that that is not its own type of art) but I so rarely see people who are just people. The real human beauty of a person just being open and themselves. She is beautiful and inspiring as a model and this picture encompasses both humanity and nature. Lovely.
This is beautiful. My Grandmother has a similar shape to this woman. She has a 16 inch waist and very large hips, and I think she's the most beautiful woman in the world, because she's different. Very nice shot
I really like this photo BECAUSE the woman isn't the text book definition of beauty (not that she isn't pretty, all humans are beautiful in their own way, I simply mean the "Must have this waist, this bust, look like this" Hollywood definition, or model definition.). I feel like it's celebrating her unique beauty!
What I find most fascinating about a picture like this, is the controversy it stirs in judgmental people who think there's only one body that can be beautiful, the photoshopped anorexics of this society we think we live in. This woman is so beautiful. And, I mean that in all sincerity. I try so hard to find women with not just her body type but her confidence to model in such a way that all insecurities cannot be hidden. Bravo Isabelle. Bravo.
Its a nice photo, but I also think the angle is a little bit unflattering to the model. I also find myself cocking my head to correct the horizon line. I think the slight slant is an interesting concept but, I do wish you had made it a bit more drastic or left it level.
Well you did say why should it be suggested as a dd I think it should because she's not perfectly fit, she isn't skinny and anorexic. She's perfect just the way she is. You saying it doesn't deserve a dd is being a bit rude to their work. Think about what you say.
How do you know she's not fit? This is a picture, not a video of her performing a fitness test. Also, skinny is not the same thing as anorexic, and it is quite offensive to imply that a particular body type is analogous to a mental illness. I know you're trying to defend her, but credit where credit is due. Your words reveal a prejudice that is not wholly dissimilar from that of her detractors.
Why would people be bothered by cellulite? Most women have it, including models and movie stars. When we see these glossy perfect images of women it creates an impossible standard; just see these stars without make up and photoshoping, a lot of them have flaws too. I find this woman beautifully proportioned, and not plump at all. Congrats on the DD!