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12/12/2011 - 12:00 PM

Lisha

Lisha
Quote: Well controlled lighting, with a clean frame and great eye contact.

There's a sort of contradiction going on here in this shot; your model is posing for you in a fairly exposed manner, but there's something in her pose that's quite guarded, like she's holding something back, and it makes for an interesting shot.

Michael.

Will probably put that down to the set in general, that was a first shot after a test shot so was not in full flow at that stage.

Thank you all for the feedback and of course the votes!

Kind regards

ChrisY

The remarks I made weren't meant as criticism, Chris; the vibe that I get from the picture is something that I really like, and that's what appealed to me so much about it. Smile
11/12/2011 - 6:54 PM

Auburn Rose

Auburn RoseI've been following this series all week, but this one is definitely my favourite. The blur works really well here, and you've caught the pose at just the right moment. I really like how you've caught a well defined outline of your model's face as well; it's a nice contrast to the motion of the rest of her body.

Michael.
11/12/2011 - 6:50 PM

Lisha

LishaWell controlled lighting, with a clean frame and great eye contact.

There's a sort of contradiction going on here in this shot; your model is posing for you in a fairly exposed manner, but there's something in her pose that's quite guarded, like she's holding something back, and it makes for an interesting shot.

Michael.
08/12/2011 - 1:05 PM

Rush hour

Rush hourA storytelling image.

The square crop works very well here as it helps the focal point created by the perspective of the tunnel to draw the eye towards your subject, and you've captured your subject in a great pose. Walking towards the light and (seemingly) adjusting his clothes, it makes me wonder if he's nervous about something and trying to psyche himself up as he makes his way outwards towards the light.

Michael.
06/12/2011 - 12:22 PM

Aviator

AviatorA wonderful portrait; crisply sharp, with lots of detail in your sitter where it's needed, and I like the fall of in focus towards the bottom of the frame. Excellent post work as well, with the subtle toning you've applied.

Michael.
18/07/2011 - 1:23 PM

Blue Hour Light Reflections

Blue Hour Light ReflectionsLovely, though I would be tempted to crop this myself so that the corner of the building on the LHS is touching the top of the frame; the resulting bit of sky that's left looks a little cleaner imo.
21/10/2009 - 8:58 PM

MWE

MWEA lovely image, very atmospheric.

I think if I were to be overly critical of anything, it would be the shadow cast by the model's face. Nothing wrong with it, it's just that the way this is framed, the shadow touches the bottom of the frame, meaning that the lit right hand shoulder looks a little disjointed, and draws the eye away from the face a bit.

Otherwise, great. Smile