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18 Apr 2012 1:10PM
Beautiful classic shot! No embellishments or tricks needed. Gorgeous models and wonderful connection between them. I would love to be able to take shots like this - clean and simple.

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Andrew_Hurley 11 71 73 United Kingdom
18 Apr 2012 1:14PM

Quote:Beautiful classic shot! No embellishments or tricks needed. Gorgeous models and wonderful connection between them. I would love to be able to take shots like this - clean and simple.


I couldn't agree with you more. I only have 2 slight niggles, It would have been good to see both of the left girl's eyes (hidden by the hair) and her right hand doesn't seem to be doing anything, she could have put both of her arms around her sister/friend. Hands really need to be dealt with in portraiture whether you are shooting kids or adults. These are only small niggles and it is still a fabulous, classy portrait.

Andrew
paskinmj 8 11 1 United Kingdom
18 Apr 2012 1:18PM
Great moment captured.
Matt
Mac303 5 Australia
18 Apr 2012 1:32PM
Andrew, I agree with your comment about the hand, but I quite like the hidden eye - it gives it a feeling of spontaneity
rambler Plus
8 784 14 England
18 Apr 2012 1:43PM
A lovely portrait, well lit and with such wonderful expressions. I do dislike the hands at the bottom of the shot which I find awkward and distracting. Crop the bottom quarter off for a much stronger shot that concentrates on those fascinating faces.

Ken.
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7 17 4 United Kingdom
18 Apr 2012 6:21PM
Stunning portrait.
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Cagey75 5 42 Ireland
20 Apr 2012 9:08AM
Thank you all for the comments. I agree about the stray hand, this is why it's great to get other's opinion. I'll watch for that in future Smile This was one of the first tests I did with my new black backdrop, always use the kids as guinea pigs Smile

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