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rontear Plus
19 23 9 England
15 Jun 2011 7:59AM
Yes it does Tony....work. Adds tension to the image. Ron.
johnnyboy114 13 231 106 United Kingdom
15 Jun 2011 8:12AM
Not too sure Tony.....I love off set images, but this might be a touch too much for me.....she is missing a little from her flank, and I would say you could keep the same compostion, but just leave her complete in the shot....or go the whole hog and make it a full half split....this just doesn't sit with me correctly....looks like a mis-shot....I can see completely what you were trying to do, but I hope you don't mind me saying this as I love your model and light, but it looks a little like a mistake....a mis shot, so to speak....does that make sense? If it were me, I would have used a similar composition, with her looking out of frame....a lot of people don't actually like that though, I personally think it can work.....but give her some breathing space completely around her and more so, maybe zoom out a little and have the shot in landscape mode as well....that way you can keep the use of the dead space to our left (I like very much), but also have a touch of space to our right as well, keeping her close to the edge of the frame and still have her cropped at the same place upwards.....just suggestions. But for me, as well lit and shot as it is, with a lovely model and a good intention, doesn't quite work for me......
User_Removed 13 1 8 United Kingdom
15 Jun 2011 9:25AM
Hi Tony. I've done a couple of mods with a crop that works a bit better for me. Lovely model btw.

Al.
mikbee 15 3 8 Scotland
15 Jun 2011 1:20PM
I am sure johnny has covered some of the technicalities Tony,but I like the shot anyway !!
Mick.
baclark 13 3.7k 24 United Kingdom
15 Jun 2011 5:52PM
Well I like it Tony, it's a brave crop/composition. Some judges may say it looks accidental, but I think it looks meant. The thing which worries me slightly are the slight catches in the fabric of her right arm. But that's being picky.
Barbara
tony64 18 204 9 England
15 Jun 2011 8:55PM
I know what you mean Barbara, that's niggling me now!
Tony

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