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Hi. Challenging photo!
The idea of making a photo with the woman and the scarf and the wind wind electrical generator including the sun in the frame is very good, the positioning of the woman against the sun is also good.
I am not sure if the elements of antithesis blend nicely here. I'd better explain myself. The picture shows a woman (I hope I got this right) - representing human kind - and a man-made object on her right - the wind electrical generator -, against the sun. Sun is the reason that wind are caused and in the picture we have two contrasting objects, the scarf blown by the wind and the wind generator that seems stopped.
I think there would be a strongest impact in the picture if the blades of the wind electrical generator had been shot to display a hint of motion. A ND filter might had allowed you to do so, or a combination of ISO (as low as possible 50, or 25 - not sure if D3100 goes lower than 200), an aperture of f/16 or higher and a ND filter. Thus the notion developed would be the sun, the wind generator, allows the blades to blow the scarf of your model - who should have her eyes closed while you take the time to prepare and take the photo. It would be another sort of collaboration of you reflecting the collaboration of the elements of the picture.
Beautifully worked, the colour and light being superbly controlled...
just beautiful. christine
Excellent image, I really like this.
Think it is brilliant...........
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