All the photos here are in colour and can be enlarged on a tablet device. There are at times pages with two and even three pics on them, so this is something that you will probably find yourself doing. However I should point out that some of these do already show some early signs of pixilation.
We have here a model standing behind a wet piece of Perspex in the altogether. Because of this you do get glimpses of her body, but not as well as if this was done clearly. At times the lighting alters in this book, and you can see photographic equipment in the pictures, or reflections of such in the screen.
Ironically because of the screen this helps to mask the defects here to some extent, making it possibly the best book put out in the Yum series.
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