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Little Big Man

Little Big Man by abeeror2

Am I allowed to vote twice? Simply beautiful/ Love the light and those huge reflections in the eyes.

Spring forward into Summer

Spring forward into Summer by Lottiephotography

Try applying a Levels adjustment to brighten it up significantly

Blue Complexity

Blue Complexity by brianjoyce

Sorry, but I don't understand the title, although if the image were inverted in Photoshop it would come out blue-ish and white. That said, I do quite like it. What is the subject, please?

Laura Jo

Laura Jo by indemnity

Simply beautiful.

Woodhorn Collery

Woodhorn Collery by johnlw

Well seen! It's very effective in this crop

Velvet

Velvet by genebalun

Lovely shot. For my taste even the applied colour was just right.

Old meets New

Old meets New by HuddersfieldHil

I'm sorry, but for me this represents a lost opportunity.

I made a quick screen grab and spent less than a minute in Photoshop as follows:
Edit>Transform>Perspective to get all verticals vertical
Levels adjustment to brighten and add a bit of contrast
Curves adjustment to add a bit more contrast. At this point the sky/cloud reflection positively sang
Finally, I added saturation to the foreground and the old building. Stunning photo now

Then I deleted it.

But give it a whirl.

SQUEEGEE KISSES

SQUEEGEE KISSES by hobbo

And I'm sure she'll love it! Well seen.

Rothenburg ob der Tauber

Rothenburg ob der Tauber by seahawk

I feel there's too much empty foreground that you could easily crop. Some work around the horses could bring out more detail and create a more interesting, vibrant image.

Trwyn Du

Trwyn Du by jeanie

A beautiful image! Well done. Colours to die for. What sort of exposure time did you use?

Fiona ~777

Fiona ~777 by Simon-Gimson

Lovely shot, very natural appearance. Personally I would have shot it on an angle with her head top left and tummy bottom right. Her forearms are pretty much at right angles anyway.
I've just tried copying your image and rotating it clockwise by about 45 degrees and to my eyes the difference was tremendous. (And yes I deleted it when I'd finished!)
John

Amy

Amy by RobMorrisPhotography

Beautiful. Have a RC on me!

Red Hood

Red Hood by Hoffy

Just fabulous! The colours, the crop, the pose, the model. Wow!
John

Soft in Pink

Soft in Pink by Hoffy

So simple, so beautiful. Just love the pose and the general "feel" of the image. Proves my point that true glamour is more about what you don't see than what you do see. Without the shrug this would have been gratuitous and tacky - covering her has raised the image to the top of the tree. Seductive with a capital S
John

The Lean

The Lean by Hoffy

Beautiful. Colour version for me because the skin tones are warmer and softer. Could try sepia for the best of both worlds.
John

Two

Two by Grifoto

A lovely looking girl, but the photo doesn't quite make it. I guess you used a flash - it's left a harsh shadow of her nose on her cheek and one of her face on her hair. Diffused flash - ideally by bouncing off a wall, ceiling, reflector, etc should soften the effect. Or use a reflector to bounce light into the shadows.
The catchlights work wonders for her eyes and "lift" the whole image, making her look radiant.
John

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