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maroondah 14 239 1 Australia
26 Feb 2010 3:48PM
Not an easy shot with the lighting but I think this is stunning.

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Apri1 10 United States
26 Feb 2010 5:08PM
thank you =)
mikepearce 9 3 1 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2010 5:18PM
lovely image
TyChee 12 275 1 United States
26 Feb 2010 7:25PM
Beautiful shot.
td1556 11 13 United Kingdom
26 Feb 2010 8:42PM
Love the contrasts in this picture
G3 14 13 2 United States
26 Feb 2010 8:55PM
Another image of an angel..the light pose / warm color of the dress / light in the hair / and an expression that longs for a kiss.
GregorP 12 4 Slovenia
26 Feb 2010 9:41PM
Smile Excellent shot and beautiful model...

freybird 11 1 England
27 Feb 2010 11:03AM
Another cracker! Geoff
G6DDS 8 231 Scotland
27 Feb 2010 6:01PM
Great lighting and pose from the model. I do feel however that the branches behind her head look a little silly, i would have either moved the model to another position or tried to move the branches.
Congrats on the HC
Apri1 10 United States
27 Feb 2010 10:28PM

The model was moving doing pose after pose and I was shooting fast. I got various shots I liked and this was one. I didn't put her there. I didn't even notice the background until somebody mentioned it. I really don't care for comments like this because I upload photos that are finished pictures that I like. If I wanted it differently I would not upload it and say it's done. I don't know why lately everything I upload I get comments like "great but it's a shame about the stairs. crop that out and it would be fine." and "nice but too bad it's ruined by the eyes try again" I don't have money for that. I upload pictures that are finished pieces for people to enjoy not tell me how they would have done it differently. If you want to do it differently get a model and try it. Sorry, but I've had so many comments like this lately I was holding that in for a long time.

Apri1 10 United States
27 Feb 2010 10:30PM
thanks everybody else .... =)
G3 14 13 2 United States
28 Feb 2010 3:03AM
I was having a similar problem while setting up for a show i did a number of years back. I too was a bit frayed by several "this is NOT the way it should be done" advisers . A good friend ,now departed, took me aside and gave me this bit of wisdom.."YOU are the artist--if it pleases you all is well. If others happen to like it-so much the better" I have never forgotten her or her words

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