They look pretty fine to me, whatever size you call them!LisalizI measure as 30F in some shops and 32E in others. Which sounds like I have great enormous boobs, but I don't.
Or one could look at the model's pictures, probably a better guide to the "suitability" of their figure? Must admit I try to look beyond "cup size" as I tend to attempt photography that doesn't purely focus on breast size...!
It all depends on the back size and difference between the 2 measurements. Good guide on here http://www.reddit.com/r/ABraThatFits/comments/rh26h/is_getting_fitted_for_a_bra_as_humiliating_as_it/c469bi0
Thing is judging from the comments on here many are already looking at the models breasts in images and then saying "must be lying, shes clearly not a D" .
I could understand the frustration slightly if they stupidly book a model who doesn't post topless images on her portfoio and has no example of what they look like out of a bra for a topless shoot but then the people specifically shooting for breast magazines or porn sites which caters for that market really should keep up to speed on things and how they have changed and shoot a model who usually works to that level and has examples on their portfolio.
So I lie about my breast size, I don't want anybody sitting saying "shes a liar, shes not a D" when I was measured (at M&S) and they put on quite a few bras to see which cup fit me best and it came back as a D. The people who book me don't seem to give much of a hoots though about my boobs/their size because its not really an important feature, they see clearly what my body looks like in my images and book me based on that. They may search for models but chances are they tick the "nude" box and nothing more. I do think though having the "C" listed on my portfolio might be an advantage though in some ways becuse people who do search on boob sizes maybe do look for D and above so its fine by me if I fall under their radar.
So models have up to date measurements and have been measured by an actual expert as to the what bra size to wear but we have GWC's calling them liars, maybe back in their day a D was larger but times change - a D cup doesn't mean a massive pair of boobs.
Well perhaps they are the ones who need to change, this is why women struggle with their own bra sizes. Because they think that D or above means massive.
but then the people specifically shooting for breast magazines or porn sites which caters for that market really should keep up to speed on things and how they have changed