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wind of dreams

wind of dreams by cristinavenedict

Nice angle for a portrait. Novel set up which implies a lot - the railway line, the period dress, the crossed arms.

It's a portrait

It's a portrait by ProImageStudio

Nice high key glamorous portrait of a beautiful model. Her expression is very subtle too.

Body Sculpture

Body Sculpture by adonoghue

Subtle and inventive approach both with the pose and lighting.

Lane

Lane by whatriveristhis

In honour of impressionism.

Physical Portrait

Physical Portrait by Francois Lepinay

Making the most of his life. How lucky the rest of us are. Well shot. Revealing.

Samba Queen

Samba Queen by tonyng

Nice use of spot light on your model's face. Although this is a sepia image I imagine that in colour this would be very intense. It is good to see monochrome images where one would expect to see colour otherwise dominating. Very brave.

A friend

A friend by rhobbie

Typical of a simple straightforward well framed uncluttered excellent portrait. Timeless also in its monochrome presentation.

My congratulations.

COLOUR KNITS

COLOUR KNITS by Miss_Bee

If the object was to display the Rhea Clements Design, for me the attention is drawn away from that and onto the frightening eye makeup. Your other shot which I viewed is much more representative of good illustration of the design but even that still has that very scary eye makeup.

Technically both images are most excellent.

This is purely my subjective view.

Backdoor Birches

Backdoor Birches by Canonomic

An excellent infra red shot. I like it.

splosh

splosh by annaliese

All three shots are excellent and worthy in their own way.

untitled

untitled by kenp666

Charming shot neatly framed.

Chells

Chells by wenlock

Nice tightly framed image. No distractions. Interesting skin appearance.

Jana

Jana by Angi_Wallace

Ditto the above comments. But you did ask for more than just praise.

The shine on Jana's nose could possibly have been prevented by make up. Perhaps you could have lowered the dish to put more light in her face thus avoiding face shadows especially under her eyes. Or you could have adjusted the tri flector with the same goal in mind.

Then again, as portrait work is so subjective, you may not agree. I think that the real tip is to try lots of set ups and then see what you and your model think.

Miss Violet #1

Miss Violet #1 by joeydeacon

Nice use of a wide angle zoom. Good angle of shooting. Miss Violet's an excellent model too and has struck a very sensual pose whilst remaining within the bounds of the polite society strictures of the PC Mob.

Oh, and monochrome has set it all up wonderfully.

The Park

The Park by cattyal

Nice well framed shot. I take it that the sky was a little cloudy hence it's not as dark as I would have expected an infra red shot to have made it appear.

just another fashion shot

just another fashion shot by Uppercut

Ditto most of the above remarks. I thought initially that the background, though I like the colour, was a bit "busy", especially that crack running down the wall. Closer examination makes me think that this whole image works very well indeed.

My congratulations.

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