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Due to looking at this photo on a TFT screen rather than a CRT, I have made some very minor but quite important changes. Thanks to those who pointed this out.
Nice portrait. I agree that it looks better with the wispy hairs removed.
exxxtremely beautiful. and not only the model.
Really nice portrait. Have you tried it with cropping the bottom to just under the chin, I think that works quite well.
Excellent portrait. Click.
I like it . Click. Alejandro.
great portrait, great model.....
excellent work, nice composition: the left side of the picture doesnt look too 'empty' either (if that makes sense!)
the B&W is spot on, giving a good sense of depth to the picture. Nice image and as has been mentioned before, nice model!
Hi Phil. Lovely portrait here. So well lit and composed. Serious yet very attractive expression. PAul
My kind of portraiture, class. Love the b&w tones and the lighting.
It always helps to have such an attractive face to photograph . . . but you have done a good job here . . . with a personal stamp on it.
Very nice portrait, well lit and great in B&W.
I do like this. I think the hair across the face being towards the edge of the frame works very well.
Very nice... Can I ask how you converted the image from colour to B&W? or was it B&W from the camera. *click*
I used photoshop. Image>Mode>Greyscale hope this helps.
Great thanks... When I use Greyscale photofinished images have a funny hue to them, I don't know why. MD
Stunning image. Excellent lighting and eye contact.
just beautful, well balanced and great lighting well done
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