Zilok wishes you the best for 2008!

Our whole staff would like to wish you a very Happy New Year! We hope that the Zilok community will keep growing strong and providing you endless exciting renting possibilities.

In 2008, Zilok will keep adding more and more features and welcoming more countries, to better serve all of you!


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  • written by Kamron
  • on 2012-12-09 11:03 am
Hey Meggan-My top choices are #4,5 and 7I am not ceiatrn of the brides facial expressions, but from what I can see .4: I like the placement of the bride in comparison with the environment. There are beautiful details in the background which entertain the eye. I also like her skin tone against the cool sky, but yet the warm tone is still repeated in the red rock. Her stance also looks relaxed and calm. I wish her face was lightened in the shadow to help the eye follow its form.5: I like the simplicity of the background and the composition. I am questioning her pose, and her hands, something just feels off. It looks like she is leaning so just crop a touch to the left, to even out her pose. That might be the trick 7: I love her, yes, I am the beautiful bride-model stance. Also how the rocks on the right even out the frame of the picture. I like the contrast of the tuffs of grass on the right, making the photograph full of texture, you know me and texture. My one worry is the rocks run right into her hand/wrist cutting them off, I wish the line ran below her hand.But beautiful job as usual, I now wish I had some bridals with the New Mexico landscape as my backdrop.
  • written by Ivan
  • on 2012-12-06 10:34 pm
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