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6 Oct 2005 6:15AM
I can see why you are booked until Christmas, bet parents love these. My only niggle and it is a just a little one is that I'd prefer it if she were looking more at the camera, her focus seems to be slightly off, at something at the side (mum?). Angelic looking child, look forward to seeing more of your work Smile K.

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chrish4 10 89
6 Oct 2005 6:24AM
Thanks K - I do have a straight on look photo, similar pose which I will post some time, this one I liked a little glint in her eye as though she was thinking about something, but maybe that is more distracting. I really appreciate your comments - I think your own photos are amazing, can't imagine being able to do that in a thousand years!! p.s. re being booked to christmas - that sounds big headed was only trying to see off my critics - omitted to say only work 2 days per week so not such a mean feat to be booked that far in advance as it may sound!!
firzhugh 11 13 New Zealand
6 Oct 2005 7:01AM
beautiful pose and tones. very nice portrait
heatherb 12 23 United Kingdom
6 Oct 2005 7:36AM
cherub like looks like she has wings
heather
User_Removed 11 32 United Kingdom
6 Oct 2005 8:18AM
Your title says it all. A lovley portrait
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Jeff
vparmar 11 7 United Kingdom
6 Oct 2005 8:29AM
lovely pose and tones
vinny
davidentrican 13 258
6 Oct 2005 8:36AM
Agree that it would have more impact if she was looking at the camera and perhaps getting down to her level a bit more, but otherwise this is a great shot. Well done.

Cheers, Dave
6 Oct 2005 10:43AM
Delightful portrait
Mike
brandy23 10 2
9 Oct 2005 5:25AM
Lovely shot.
Bruce
mikeweeks 11 966 3 England
10 Oct 2005 2:44AM
Chris,

like the pose on this one, but if i am a little critical it is that there are no decent highlights (catchlights) in her eyes - they look somewhat lifeless, but this may be due to the size of the image. Look at your image - seeing the light and see how much more the eyes are alive.

you seem to be able to get some good interaction with the kids - it looks like they are enjoying themselves - well done

mike
chrish4 10 89
17 Oct 2005 8:40AM
thanks all & I will take on board points re eyes - I really like this lying down pose, but due to fact I am trying to create impromptu env't without always moving lights I struggle to get catchlights at this level - moe practice required me thinks!!

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