Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best photos showing the human form in the Human Form Photo Contest with chances to win a Speedlight Flash and more!

A special thanks to our friend and professional photographer Jessica Lark for her collaboration as a guest judge in this photo contest. Jessica Lark is Internationally Published and Acclaimed, An Educator and Mentor. She has taught with American Photo Magazine, The Arcanum Academy of Artistic Mastery, WPPI, PPE, PPA, Focus NY, CreativeLIVE Spotlight, Photographer's Ignite, and has collaborated with industry leaders such as Sigma, Finao, Pocketwizard, Smugmug, Triple Scoop Music, Fundy Software, On1 and more.Jessica Lark is Internationally Published and Acclaimed, An Educator and Mentor. She has taught with American Photo Magazine, The Arcanum Academy of Artistic Mastery, WPPI, PPE, PPA, Focus NY, CreativeLIVE Spotlight, Photographer's Ignite, and has collaborated with industry leaders such as Sigma, Finao, Pocketwizard, Smugmug, Triple Scoop Music, Fundy Software, On1 and more.

People's Choice

Grand Jury Winner

"This was a stunning image.  I love the muted colors, and the cool temperature of the surroundings, playing against the warmth of her skin.  There is just enough light to accentuate all her curves and lines.  It's incredibly sensual, and sexual, and intimate all in one.  Perhaps just a little more separation in the shadows of her, fading into the background... but where that may be a technical critique, precision in the technical might ruin the emotive quality that truly is sublime." -  Jessica Lark

Runner Up

"It has the warm colors I am quite fond of as a boudoir photographer.  The soft light and focus mimic the soft lines of her figure, and the setting tells a believable story.  She doesn't look posed for the shot, she looks as though she was in a private moment that happened to be photographed.  Her expression is sensual and natural.  A critique is unhelpful if it does not offer suggestions for improvement, and after spending several minutes with it, I simply have none.  This image is a 10 in my book." -  Jessica Lark

Runner Up

"This was a runner up, not necessarily for the boudoir element, but the leading lines, and geometrical shapes that frame the shot make it visually interesting and create a structural vignette of sorts.  Im not particularly fond of the posing.  In the future I would look to keep the joints from running parallel to each other.  The wrists, elbows, and shoulders should not line up.  Even if you want both hands at the head, angle the waist and shift her to accentuate the waist line, and shift the parallels." -  Jessica Lark

Runner Up

"Body I appreciated because you made the sensuality about strength and flexibility, not pure sexuality and lust.  The body is capable of incredible things, and I for one think that it is expressed far too little in intimate sides of photography.  I would have liked to see more light on her hair and face." -  Jessica Lark

Runner Up

"I love the feeling of this image, it invokes a deep sense of sensuality.  You employ a tactic that I often follow as well.  The fingertips will always encourage the eyes to follow, and by touching to her lips, she invites the viewers eyes to linger their as well.  The shading and light is beautiful, but I find the texture of the fabric, and the line of the cabinets a bit distracting, but other than that it is sublime." -  Jessica Lark

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