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Smiling teenager girl holding a book at school library

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Smiling teenager girl holding a book at school library

Tags: General Student Smiling Library Teenage girl

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banehawi Plus
12 1.5k 3510 Canada
21 Feb 2012 6:46PM
Gorgeous, crisp, colourful, well lit stock image.



regards


Willie

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NEWMANP Plus
8 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
21 Feb 2012 7:09PM
the image and quality of processing says it all,
well composed, excellent bright exposure, limited but just the right amount of depth of field, pin sharp where it needs to be and the 2nd figure to add additional interest. its what it is, stock photography that tells the story, (but not too specifically) and sells time and time again. nothing wrong at all and i even wonder if you deliberately uploaded to the critique gallery as its clear that you are 100% in control.

i even like the jaunty angle and deliberate diagonal across the eye line

that said, its a pleasure to review classy well taken shots and this is such.
best regards
Phil
paulbroad 9 116 1056 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2012 10:13AM
The quality is excellent and I bet it will sell. But why the tilt? If I find myself tilting my head to look at the image, it's wrong - and I do. It seems to be the modern thing to tilt cameras and I really rarely can see why. Must be getting old.

Paul
rabdhu 4 18 United Kingdom
22 Feb 2012 7:56PM
I get the tilt ok, for me the quality pic works as a sort of properly done high tech version of those horrid i-phone shots, a sort of cinema verite idea (sorry no accents available).
Looking at it for a while the real reason it works is her personality is shining out, and that's possibly more credit to her than you, the photog. However you did think to take it and it's well timed with her chum in background closing off the sloping composition with her arm upraised.

Overall worth taking but not, to me, fine art; just a very good reportage shot.
Jestertheclown 7 7.3k 249 England
22 Feb 2012 8:33PM

Quote:(sorry no accents available).


. . . oh, yes there are!
Thx all again. the photo is produce as a stock images for RF libraries. So yes not a fine art shot...

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