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puertouk 5 1.1k 17 United Kingdom
29 Sep 2012 11:38AM
Your shutter speed seems a little high for a shot like this. Also why use such a high ISO? I love the image and it's sultry feel to it. Why go to your maximum focal length? Take your shot at the lens' best focal point, because with a full frame camera you can crop in tight without losing quality. I would also put your date and time right, as it's on Jan 1st 2000! You certainly have the right model to take some stunning images.
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29 Sep 2012 2:50PM
Outstanding. =)
29 Sep 2012 3:10PM
Superb portrait. Does it matter what ISO or focal length you used when you're getting images like this? It's the final image that counts,
Alan
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29 Sep 2012 5:04PM
Superb shot !!!.....lovely ethereal quality !!!

I agree with Alan, that it's the final image that's important !!!....even if it was taken with a 'box-brownie' ?.Smile
User_Removed 14 2.8k 11 United Kingdom
29 Sep 2012 6:34PM

Quote:Does it matter................



Of course it matters about the ISO and shutter speed settings used in taking any shot.
After all, that's why they are there, so we can match the correct setting to bring out the best in a shot.

I like this shot Alistair but I would like it much more if those head hairs were not across the nostrils and around the mouth. They are the first things I noticed and my eye goes straight to them now. And that eye needs to be pin sharp mate.

Apart from that and the slight grainy look, it's a good shot I reckon and get's a vote from me. Smile

Steinbeck.
Leilani 12 29 3 England
29 Sep 2012 9:42PM
I think it's a great shot, sultry is a great definition used. Smile

As for hairs, I wouldn't even have noticed them, because my eyes went straight to hers and the head tilt. Sometimes photographers are a bit too perfectionist for they're own good. Personally, I like irregularities like this, it makes it unique to the photographer and model.
diver pete 12 71 1 New Zealand
29 Sep 2012 10:56PM
Great shot, I love it!
Regards,
Pete
User_Removed 14 2.8k 11 United Kingdom
29 Sep 2012 11:04PM

Quote:a bit too perfectionist for they're own good


With the greatest respect to Alistair and yourself Loren and this doesn't refer to anyone's work in particular but I noticed the hairs etc because of my self respect and standards that I like to try and work to.
As anyone who is a published tog will tell you, the book, magazine etc will only except an image that is of a higher than normal everyday image standard.
I, like other togs on here, just like to get the best result possible but I suppose it all depends whether or not you are passionate about your work because only with passion will you get your very best results.

As I said, my comment isn't aimed at this or any other image in particular.

Enjoy your photography. Smile
29 Sep 2012 11:30PM
Laurel I appreciate you commenting on my picture. Criticism is the only way my photography will improve and I welcome it.

Thanks to you and everyone else who has commented .

Alistair
User_Removed 14 2.8k 11 United Kingdom
29 Sep 2012 11:51PM

Quote:Criticism is the only way my photography will improve and I welcome it.


Thanks Alistair.
You do ok mate, don't you worry. Smile
Scooby10 6 3 United Kingdom
30 Sep 2012 9:35AM
Stunning portrait.
Peter
User_Removed 12 17.9k 8 Norway
4 Oct 2012 8:49PM
A white hair growing out of the right nostril.

Very unattractive. And not front cover quality I'm afraid,

Great image otherwise...

Smile

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