I like the colouring on this, the angle, I'm curious as to what lens set up you used as I'm trying to branch into taking more shots with people. But the over all image looks a little fake to me. The bust looks very edited but not in a complimentary way.
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There may be a lot of skin at the beach or pool, but they are not pulling down their underwear. Not only that, Deviantart is a protected art community set up for "virgin eyes". The rules (stated in reply to a previous commenter) clearly state that this photo should be under a mature content filter. Besides that, the filter is also in place for those who do not want to see images like this. The human body is a beautiful thing, yes, but some prefer to avoid seeing more than they have to if possible. On Deviantart, these people are given the option to not view these images. However, people like you disregard these rules. It really is annoying to the rest of us who use mature content filters avidly as we are supposed to.
I'm incredibly tired of going to look at the Daily Deviations and seeing naked women or a lot of skin there. It annoys me that I take time to put a filter on anything mildly offensive. To see so many people who don't follow this simple, easy rule irritates me to death. The fact that you can't follow this one rule (which, by the way, the only thing you'd have to do is click a few buttons on your computer) makes me honestly angry. It's not like putting a mature filter on deletes your deviation. Other people do it and they still get Daily Deviations, you know? Why is it so hard for you to follow one, little rule, where all you have to do is click a button to put the filter on?