Image selection is never easy, not as a model and neither as a photographer. After all, modelling and photography are forms of art, and art is, by its very nature, subjective.
When starting out as a model, choosing between two or three images that you really like, but which are very similar, is a difficult task and often results in showcasing far too many images which are essentially the same.
As a photographer, it’s possible to manipulate images in post-production to generate a series of photos that have a dramatically different look and feel, despite being closely similar in pose or composition. This however, often plays at odds with a photographers desire to develop a signature look or feel to their work.
For me personally, regardless of which side of the lens I’m working on, I generally like as much variety in a set of images as possible, as this inevitably results in a more diverse portfolio.
As before, the photographer who captured these images was Alex Higginson.