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Diana 11 2.0k 19 Netherlands
14 Jun 2008 9:59AM
nice angle


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Simon-Gimson 11 236 1 England
14 Jun 2008 10:03AM
thanks Dianna

Si Smile
kaybee 13 5.7k 25 Scotland
14 Jun 2008 11:06AM
Morning Simon.

I like the 'sort of' heart shape behind her - it gives a nice frame.

Two things I am not so keen on though ...... did you get her mid blink? (the eyes don't look fully opened). Also you are losing detail in the dress and it is blocking out (but I am sure there is detail in the original that you can recover)

Simon-Gimson 11 236 1 England
14 Jun 2008 11:13AM
Thanks roy the eyes i ask her tohave then a bit close but you are right about the details i have to have a look at the org

Si ( really must get a prof reader as i think my eyes need testing again)
xanda 14 244 2 United Kingdom
14 Jun 2008 7:13PM
There's a lot to like about this. The biggest 'issue' for me is the black on black which would have been improved by moving her a couple of feet to the left (her right) but it's always worth checking your model's outfit and hair against whatever you intend posing them against. It's amazingly easy to lose things into the background. I'm pleased to see that in this shot you've given your subject some room Smile I know I'm a bit hard on you with regards your cropping but it makes a lot of difference. The pose is spot on and the intensity of her stare is perfect once you appreciate that her eyes are in fact open. Nice one.

Simon-Gimson 11 236 1 England
14 Jun 2008 7:44PM
Thanks Simon

Si Smile

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