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Nice effect with the light on this lovely models portrait
Looks very much like a FPP shoot with Tanith Eddy. Recognised the pose straight away. Like the pose but not too sure about the cropping and the look towards her left showing too much white in the eyes. Had loads like this and still cant make my mind up with the direct facial light
One negative out 25 can't be all that bad
It wasn't meant as a negative but a personal opinion Eddy. Take a look at mine today and compare. Couldn't resist it mate
This is a technique I use quite a bit these days, can be difficult to get right, but apart from framing (right breast cut off Ouch...LOL), this is about on the button, and happy to make it No 30.
BTW: Tanith is an excellent model.
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