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By Velja  
Profile of silhouettes, young girls in motion. Poor resumed WB, gave a yellow background!

Tags: Portraits and people

Comments


banehawi Plus
15 2.2k 4044 Canada
8 Apr 2013 3:27PM
I like this, and the yellow. Perhaps add more canvas on the left, and crop from the right as in the mod?


Willie

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paulbroad Plus
12 131 1285 United Kingdom
8 Apr 2013 4:18PM
Oh dear. What do I say. I think I'll leave it at not for me.

Paul
mrswoolybill Plus
12 1.7k 2093 United Kingdom
8 Apr 2013 5:03PM
Love it! It often fascinates me how in even the wildest motion blur there will always be a feature that's sharp (usually it's a foot...). Here the profile of the nose and lips is amazing.
As Willie says, a little more space on the left, for her to walk into. Movement from right to left always seems to convey a wistful, nostalgic feel, in touch with the past...
The yellow is beautifully clean and clear. I suspect that there's scope for a strong b&w here too though.
Moira
chase Plus
14 1.3k 272 England
8 Apr 2013 8:02PM
I quite like this,very artistic,there is enough detail on the face to let us see that it is a person & I do like the movement this conveys.
I find the yellow a touch strong but as has been suggested B&W may be the way forward.
She does need a little more room in front & a bit less behind her just to enhance the feeling of movement..she is walking somewhere
I do like the second mod done by Moira.
Fabulous hair.
NEWMANP 11 1.6k 574 United Kingdom
8 Apr 2013 8:49PM
hi,

i think this is a great idea but find the yellow tone is perhaps a little strong for my taste, this could easily be toned down, the basis of the composition and movement is well handled as is the exposure but like Willie i would extend the canvas a little in front of the face

i did a mod in which the canvas was extended to the front of the face and filled with the background colour which was copied and stretched to fit. the yellows were desaturated a dosing of noise added,

i hope you like it,

Phil

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