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saeidNL 6 3 Netherlands
25 Feb 2010 10:18AM
nice shot, beautiful eye.well taken.
saeid

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faraidoon 7 1 Afghanistan
25 Feb 2010 10:28AM
nice portrait.
Costapix 6 2 Spain
25 Feb 2010 10:39AM
thnx for the comments guys ... means a lot

kim
GregorP 11 4 Slovenia
25 Feb 2010 10:42AM
Lovely portrait...
Richsr Plus
9 90 220 England
25 Feb 2010 11:17AM
Nice portrait capture Kim. Good eye contact.
As a suggestion have you looked at a square crop to this one, come in from the bottom to just about where the lighter grey starts to go down sharply, think this will focus you more on the face of the model.
You could also just then clone out the other bit of light grey.
Regards Richard
Costapix 6 2 Spain
25 Feb 2010 12:31PM
thnx for the comment gregor
Costapix 6 2 Spain
25 Feb 2010 12:32PM

Quote:Nice portrait capture Kim. Good eye contact.
As a suggestion have you looked at a square crop to this one, come in from the bottom to just about where the lighter grey starts to go down sharply, think this will focus you more on the face of the model.
You could also just then clone out the other bit of light grey.
Regards Richard



T%hnx for the comments richard. Will do a squared crop ... and as well try and cloned/tone the gray area out . Thnx alot

kim
Picture_Newport 7 659 19 United Kingdom
25 Feb 2010 12:56PM
I quite like the framing, I think the model coming in at an angle is nice, perhaps just burning in the bottom right & left corners a little would help focus more attention on your models face. As above, a square crop could also work well.

Overall though I find the lighting a little flat and straight on, there is no modeling on her face, hardly any shadows created by her nose, cheekbones or eye sockets. Moving the light around to the right slightly and a touch further away would have rectified this.

The highlighted areas on her skin could do with toning down also, particularly the one on her forehead connecting her eyebrows. Some simple 'airbrushing' or careful burning in could easily get rid of the problem.

Regards
Paul
costas Plus
8 1 2 Greece
9 Mar 2010 2:57PM
Suberb pose, excellent shot well done

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