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23/04/2012 - 12:31 PM

Anita

AnitaInteresting shot.
The model's pose is a classic - well done!
The lighting is not perfect, however, because due to the hard light, you can see traces of glue etc on the wallpaper that's used as a backdrop. The hard and direct light also "hurts" the skin of the model, especially below her right breast. A little less flash intensity - and this adverse effect could have been avoided.
The vignetting of the picture doesn't improve the overall impression. It adds "drama", not "mood", and thus draws too much attention. A little less (again) would have been substantially better.
The candle in the right corner presumably was too bright and subsequently had to be darkened - now it has a greyish rather than white color. Same applies to the long necklace on the far right end of the picture.
Finally, the carpet does not extend to the wall on the right end of the set - that's a pity.
Regards
Frank
19/03/2012 - 1:32 PM

B

BBeautiful model, nice framing.
But what about the eyes? I guess too much Photoshop (or similar). They just don't look natural - in sharp contrast to the other parts of the face. Less sharpening/whitening would have helped to get a more coherent look, I think Wink
Frank