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Paintman Plus
9 1.1k 177 United Kingdom
22 Nov 2009 8:43PM
I love the way the dark shapes seem to anchor the model's face, like a jewel in a ring.

Alan.

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cassiecat 8 39 46 England
22 Nov 2009 8:45PM
dont understand why this is classified as an adult photo.lesley
colmar 9 42 35 Scotland
22 Nov 2009 9:10PM
Grand quality image well composed and captured, the grey at the bottom left as you look between what appears the hand and the top of the black top is offputting though. Thanks for sharing Colin
freybird 10 1 England
22 Nov 2009 9:21PM
Classy, great eyes. Geoff
aviaandy 9 41 4
22 Nov 2009 10:11PM
I really like this it is very Vogue Mag, great work
johnnyboy114 7 231 106 United Kingdom
23 Nov 2009 12:08AM
Superb photography. Right up there with the best. Lovely shot
witchcraft 7 27 5 United Kingdom
23 Nov 2009 8:51AM
Perfect
jools59 7 4 1 United Kingdom
23 Nov 2009 10:12AM
Absoultely stunning...has a real 'Audrey Hepburn' feel to it and most definately fashion mag material...Fab...Jools
ChrisV Plus
9 1.3k 26 United Kingdom
23 Nov 2009 4:51PM
This has the makings of something really wonderful. I think the composition, the quality of the photography, the hair and makeup are very good indeed. The model is very attractive and her gaze and expression are excellent.

But... here come the caveats. I think perhaps you've been seduced into getting too much detail and definition into the face - I think lighter and more subtle tones would have been more effective. Finally and most seriously, the outlining of the hand and upper body, whilst conceptually very good, is rather too stark and too crude. I think it would have worked brilliantly if there was some indication of volume left in there - perhaps just around the edges. It would of course require a fair bit more effort in the retouching, but you'd have a more subtle, naturalistic effect and I think overall this image would be worth the effort.

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