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Beautifully executed atmospheric shot. I think the dark vertical lines on a blueish background create the right atmosphere. Too bad you did not include the base of the tree at the very foreground. It blocks what should be an immediate, almost vertiginous, in-depth perspective right through the fog to the house outline in the background. Regards,
Impressive, I agree! On the other hand, what an opportunity to remove the unsightly wires that criss-cross it. The other thing, though it isn't required, might it be possible to straighten out the left and right towers that appear to lean in. Otherwise, thank you for the travel tip and description. Regards,
Once more, lovely work. If I may make the following observations. There is a band of undefined tones just below the model's chin and chest (just by her hand) that needs to be brought out. The other thing, minor perhaps, but her ankle bracelet is distracting, as is her wedding ring because it catches the light (This might be delicate, but from a professional model it can be asked.). I just love your composition's play on forms and colours. without forgetting the eye contact of your lovely model. Regards again,
What a capture! This smile makes you feel good. The one thing I would suggest in shots like this is to improve the subject's skin above the eyes. It catches too much light and ought to be slightly toned down to take the skin appearance below the eyes. Regardless, what is important here is the instant of capture and the magnificent eye contact so produced. Bravo!
What I always say for this kind of photography. It is important to match facial features, the model's gaze, with the rest of her body, and, especially, maintain eye contact with the camera (photographer) in order to create dynamic interest. You have managed this beautifully. Regards,
I love the pose, I love the setting. Was it on purpose you wanted to focus on the shoes and legs of your subject? Or is it because the light from the window made it difficult to focus higher on the subject? You might have used exposure compensation in this case, But what am I saying, this is a great portrait. Regards,
More than a snapshot, and of course a memory shot, I think this is the place to learn something about flash photography. I think you are right on with focus, the three smiling faces come through perfectly, but the light from your flash has a rather interesting effect on skin colours. Reduce flash intensity, usually works for me. Some cameras also work with very high ISO, but this is a different story. I appreciate your Leonardo background... Regards,
Nothing like a D800 to capture all the details of a rather interesting scene. Of course, body ornaments, whether the intricate colourful hairdo, or the multiple tattoos, not to mention the plunging neckline, work in pair (no pun intended) with the girl's powerful concentration on her present activity. I think the shallow focus is perfectly used to create a delightful portrait. Regards,
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