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18/06/2010 - 4:51 PM

Swan

SwanI love this, but agree with johnnyboy114 that it would be even better with a little more pop. I would also have stopped down the ambient and maybe upped the flash a little. this would have boosted the contrast immensely. Still superb though.
Martin.
11/04/2009 - 8:58 AM

Merel bw

Merel bwBeautiful portrait and a wonderful model. I love the eye contact and the expression. The face an hand towards the left looks a little blown out in places, but that might be because I'm on an uncalibrated monitor at the moment. A lovely piece of work.
22/03/2009 - 1:57 PM

Mama's Lil Angel

Mama's Lil AngelI love this shot, it's such an original idea. I've uploaded a slight mod, cutting the space on the left and slightly at the top, which I thought placed more emphasis on the little girl. superb image!. Best of luck with the wedding. Use a fill in flash whereever possible to reduce harsh shadows on the faces.
14/02/2009 - 5:38 PM

Lettie

LettieI really like this shot a lot, I'm trying off camera techniques myself at the moment with varying success. I agree with the comments above about the pole and powerlines, but still think this is a very good image, I've uploaded a mod, hop you don't mind.
Martin.
12/05/2008 - 10:29 PM

Nine

NineA beautiful portrait, but a reflector or fill in would have been nice. try a feathered selection around the face and hair and adjust the levels or curves. You certainly have a beautiful young model in your daughter.