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I really like this - there is a lot to like about it, but I have a couple of niggles...
1. The object on the left hand side of the image grabs your attention and pulls your eyes away from the model. This would be easy to correct with the clone tool or similar.
2. More subtle, but similar to no.1. There is a small patch of the texture (?wall paper) just above the object on the left side of the frame (to the left of the models arm) where the texture has become lost. Once seen - again this pulls your eye.
As ever this is just an opinion - naught more.
Love the pose, the use of light and the tones it has created,,,
A lovely composition, love the light, love the tones, hate the wooden block, and over zealous use of a brush, as pointed out by Adam. However still very much worthy of my vote
Great shot superbly lit, but feel I have to agree with Adam, minor distractions but easily sorted
Great shot but have to agree with sherlob. Cloning out the items on the left will turn a really good shot into a great one.
Glad to make this a 30...
All the above comments are true: and it is still a wonderful shot. Just croppping would be my choice, I think - though this risks spoiling hte halo effect by cutting through it.
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