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By pptbudi
Not a good framing because of crowded, hand cutted, head cutted, but I think it's still decent picture or not ???

Tags: Women People portraits Portraits and people

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FabioKeiner 6 111 Austria
24 Dec 2017 12:02PM
of course, it is! it's for her look... merry x-mas!

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dudler Plus
16 927 1515 England
24 Dec 2017 12:50PM
It's quite a confusing picture...

The model's shoulder is big and bright in the frame, and there's a distracting highlight behind her. These rather overpower her face.

It's also unusual to focus on the far eye, though it can work.

I'd suggest a longer lens, and a smaller aperture - with this picture, I'll try a crop...

As I think I said of a previous picture, there are soem circumstances when it probably won't be worth the bother of shooting - and your success with a model in less pressured circumstances confirms this.
paulbroad Plus
12 131 1285 United Kingdom
24 Dec 2017 4:17PM
The face is quite nice, spite the focal point on the far eye, but the shoulder is not. Very demanding and can be almost totally cropped. A clear case for a landscape composition.

When you compose, try and think of what is the important part of the image and what might detract.

Paul
banehawi Plus
15 2.1k 4031 Canada
24 Dec 2017 6:14PM
I think you meant, Look at me!

.You can make a nice image out of ths as yuove seen, - and I uploaded my version

This is a case where hair covering the near eye is a bif bolus, because as it is, seeing only a large amour of white you could think she has no eye at all, so Ive covered it in the mod


Closer, crop, added more hair on the shoulder to make it look smaller, and lifted detail on the sharp eye.


Hope you both like it.


Regards



Willie


mrswoolybill Plus
12 1.6k 2078 United Kingdom
24 Dec 2017 7:39PM
Full marks for trying for a strong, dramatic composition, but no it doesn't quite work for me. The problem is that left (to us) eye. Have you done any work there? What we need to see is the iris and pupil, the character in the eye. As it stands, Willie's modification works best for me by screening the blank white.
Moira

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