Beautiful Portraits by Sara Kiesling

Beautiful Portraits by Sara Kiesling

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Sara Kiesling is quite a known photographer in the portrait photography community, and I am sure many of you must have already heard of her. She is a 26-year old photographer who specializes in fashion, lifestyle and headshot photographs.

Her photographs are quite lively in color and contrast. Check more of her work on:

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  • Rolf Schmolling

    the models are fearsome thin.
    Annotate this as „beautiful“ – define this as beautiful makes this dangerous to all the young women growing up with this wrong image in their heads… it’s yet another example of what seems to be wrong with fashion & lifestyle photography – still!

  • Humza Mehbub

    Thank you for the comment.
    We in no way encourage that stuff. Plus, these models look fairly healthy. They are not very anorexic if you meant to say.
    However, just because if the models are thin does not throw them out of the sphere of ‘beautiful’ so we tend to let people make the wise choices themselves :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/sarakiesling Sara Kiesling

    A thin girl at 5’11 is going to look even smaller than a thin girl at 5’3…and while some girls may eat healthy and work out to maintain their size, others owe it to genetics. I can personally guarantee you that all of the girls in the above photos are beautiful, healthy girls.

    All girls can be/are beautiful, whether they are of “average” size, overweight, or (Heaven forbid?) extremely thin.

  • http://zsuttonphoto.com/ Zach Sutton Photography

    Amen

  • http://www.facebook.com/vanessamariephotog Vanessa Astudillo-Sanders

    I concur!

  • http://www.facebook.com/david.dubois David DuBois

    I think there are far better examples of an over-valuing of the extremely thin body type that you could argue against. I wouldn’t have called any of these girls dangerously skinny based on these images. There’s a lot of misconceptions that having more muscle/fat is the ‘natural’ look. I have a lot of friends who have no issue with food that are simply naturally skinnier than other people and actually have a difficult time putting on weight due to their metabolisms.

    I really don’t think there’s any argument that these women are beautiful and it isn’t solely because they happen to be ‘skinny.’ Dynamic posing, lighting, expression and setting all make these images come to the forefront and I think it quite short-sighted to dismiss them based on your suppositions of what constitutes a healthy person.

    Health comes first, of course, but recognize the grey area that comprises that idea. We live in a superficial culture, yes, but saying thin women are less beautiful than the ones that fit into your archetype of how they should look isn’t helpful to the conversation.