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Coast 8 1.6k 292 United Kingdom
30 Oct 2012 8:30AM
Nice natural portrait showing the environment the subject is in. Good control of tones as lighting is quite harsh.

A couple of things to consider in that the horizon is not straight and try to see if you can add a little more contrast into your mono conversion to give some more punch to the final image. If you have access to photo software to process your images find the levels function and have a little play around bringing the sliders in a little just to see how this subtlety changes the image.

None the less a good candid portrait.

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debu 6 India
30 Oct 2012 8:32AM
Very nice mono.
debu
MacroMeister 3 62 4 United Kingdom
30 Oct 2012 8:40AM
She looks a little unhappy - I presume because it was cold? The light looks quite bright and there are face shadows. You could try using fill-flash for shots such as these. It would fill in the face shadows, and also lift the exposure on the the dark clothing.
30 Oct 2012 9:06AM
thanks for the advise and yes it was absolutely freezing that day!
KarenFB Plus
10 4.7k 167 England
30 Oct 2012 5:00PM
I bet her feet were cold! Some good critique above, nothing to add! Smile
30 Oct 2012 7:28PM
thankyou
User_Removed 6 34 4 United Kingdom
30 Oct 2012 9:34PM
Nothing to add on the great advise above...

Luke
User_Removed 6 34 4 United Kingdom
30 Oct 2012 9:34PM
* though don't know about the B/G of the photo Tongue
31 Oct 2012 3:33PM
B/G??
jamestheboy 6 447 5 United Kingdom
31 Oct 2012 4:58PM
Good one megan well done








james Smile
1 Nov 2012 7:50AM
thankyou Wink
pablophotographer 5 641 261
6 Dec 2012 6:53PM
B/G stands for background. Your model's expression is sincerely candid. I love the black and white effect on it.

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