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Scaramanga Plus
10 56 6 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2011 5:57PM
Really interesting study.

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CathyT Plus
11 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2011 6:07PM
Thanks Andrew....Smile
James_C Plus
8 36 56 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2011 6:54PM
V2 for me - much better.

CathyT Plus
11 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2011 6:56PM
Thanks James, I posted that one first and changed it for this one....Sad
VidB Plus
9 11 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2011 7:05PM
Good portrait I think V1 as V2 has a yellow cast to it, good work
v2 is overall too yellow-ish I think. the color palette just feels more right in v1. the vignetting adds to it as well, although in the right bottom corner it takes away a bit too much detail (arm and table become one, at least on my screen) and brings out that bright outline around the pullover (even more). So that area needs a bit more work I think. Just to keep you busy Tongue
Alvar Plus
11 23 2 France
16 Mar 2011 7:49PM
Beautiful portrait...v2 for me.
CathyT Plus
11 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2011 8:17PM
Thanks Koen.......I'll upload a version ......later.
CathyT Plus
11 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2011 8:46PM
OK...V3 has hopefully rectified the dark corner and sharpening halo...Grin
blackbird Plus
11 159 15 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2011 8:48PM
i like no 3 best
looks much better in that area. I do prefer the slightly brighter and more sparkling blue of v1 (vs v3) though. but hey ho Smile
CathyT Plus
11 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
16 Mar 2011 9:11PM
V4 with blue jumper just for you Koen Wink
Smile Smile
Richsr Plus
10 91 223 England
17 Mar 2011 8:48AM
Like the light and good details in the face and hair. The textures work well too.
A couple of points for me, the placement of the hands with the wide angle lens has made them look large in the image and they tend to draw the eye away from the face. I would crop this ( to just under the arms pits) to take the hands out, as it made a good head shot.
A she is looking a long the line of the nose and it is therefore a more reflective portrait I would have been tempted to move her slightly to the RHS to just give a little more space to left and give a stronger comp as she is quite central at the moment.
Regards Richard
CathyT Plus
11 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
17 Mar 2011 9:19AM
Thanks Richard......yes the hands do look larger. Smile
19 Mar 2011 3:32PM
Grin beautiful !!!
rontear Plus
14 8 8 England
5 May 2011 8:16AM
Relaxed model, excellent character study to Cathy. Ron.

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