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minicooper 9 536 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2009 9:09AM
You know that these days she could put most of that on a hard drive! Great image.

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gothicboy 9 1 Romania
8 Nov 2009 9:09AM
I like it a lot: the girl's look, the tones ... I would have cropped out the legs though... they look a little strange for my taste. What do you say?

Anyway, has my vote Smile
PaulLiley 8 2 13 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2009 9:11AM
Great image-well composed and bril idea. Paul.
VonQ 7 Australia
8 Nov 2009 9:22AM
Great shot - I sympathise with all those who have to "learn the traditional way". Cheers, Von
andrejD 8 1 Germany
8 Nov 2009 9:22AM

Quote:I like it a lot: the girl's look, the tones ... I would have cropped out the legs though... they look a little strange for my taste. What do you say?

Anyway, has my vote



You're right! I think it works also without the feet! I uploaded a new version Wink

Thanks to everyone and thank you Pete for HC!
QuinnyA 8 59 Australia
8 Nov 2009 9:23AM
Nice Idea and well presented - I actually find the noise (grain effect) quite annoying - but then I was brought up with film.

For me I would reprocess this as a much cleaner image.

Still for content - idea - and Composition you get a vote - Cheers
Andy
User_Removed 11 7 8 Netherlands
8 Nov 2009 9:38AM
Ah, excellent. Within just a couple of weeks you have become one of my favorites on here. Such an incredible eye for the human being in its natural and cultural environment. Congrats on the HC.

PS. I think the feet are essential, they help her balance herself against all the knowledge piled up to the right of her (left for us).
woolybill1 Plus
10 22 70 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2009 9:54AM
This is superb. Both versions have merits: the cropped V2 gives a cleaner, more tautly-composed image, but the bare feet contribute to the body language.
Congratulations on the HC. A class act.
Bill
8 Nov 2009 10:32AM
great shot and title.

John Smile
8 Nov 2009 10:38AM
My first thought when watching - in the square. But not like. The first version is a bottom-up view, emphasizes the height of the stack of books, a massive table. I like it.

Regards.
Igor
8 Nov 2009 10:50AM
Great image - V1 for me

Chris
cats_123 Plus
13 4.7k 27 Northern Ireland
8 Nov 2009 12:08PM
superbly composed...prefer V1 but would like to see the electrical socket removed
johnnyboy114 8 231 106 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2009 1:48PM
Definitely V1 as it gives a sense of perspective more than V2. I would also suggest cloning out the wall socket, but other than that, brilliant shot
andrejD 8 1 Germany
8 Nov 2009 2:07PM
Thanks a lot! Your comments and crtitique is very much appreciated!
riprap007 12 1.6k 37 England
8 Nov 2009 3:17PM
much prefer one, like the bare feet and details it gives, two is simplistic, strong, would work good for stock, but is less satisfying for me, with wall socket in tact
td1556 11 13 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2009 4:56PM
Made me smile
wyatturp 11 2 England
8 Nov 2009 7:22PM
V1 well done , looks great the world has so much to learn Smile
Jestertheclown 8 7.5k 249 England
8 Nov 2009 8:12PM
Definitely V1 for me and yes, lose the electrical outlet!
Actually, I like both of these a lot.
I prefer V1 as it's more balanced and the feet need to be included as they are a part of the little girl's overall body language.
The focus is spot on and the composition also works. The monotone suits it but there is some noise in there. Personally I think the noise adds to the shot but I can see why others might want to remove it.
Overall, I think it's a winner and deserves to do well.

Jester.

Edit; I've changed my mind . . .
. . . leave the electrical outlet where it is!
CSuk 7 7 33 United Kingdom
8 Nov 2009 9:23PM
V2 for me as it places more emphasis on the actual subjects. Fantastic photo.
Thankyou 4 sharing...Click Smile
jenquest 14 561 1 Tokelau
9 Nov 2009 10:01AM
Another excellent shot. Love it.
LesF 10 182 9
9 Nov 2009 1:35PM
Yep her expression says a lot congrats on the HC

LesF

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