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colin 17 697 5 Scotland
2 Jun 2007 10:02AM
Lovely portrait. She is framing her face so naturally, with great eye contact. Again, the leathers suit the B&W treatment.
Colin
skoffs 15 3 United States
2 Jun 2007 12:17PM
Very fine portrait. I'd be inclined to crop the bottom a little below the elbows.
jenquest 19 561 1 Tokelau
2 Jun 2007 3:13PM
Excellently caught and nice eye contact.
Dave87 14 42 5 England
2 Jun 2007 9:46PM
Thanks Colin, Skoffs, and Shaks, for leaving a comment - much appreciated. Thanks also to the people who gave it a click.

I couldn’t agree with you more Steve about the need to cut this picture off just below the elbows. I sat here flicking a coin for about five minutes - thinking should I - or shouldn’t I - cut that bottom bit off just before I uploaded it. I wanted her to be shown with the bike - but the distracting bright seat really worried me. Thanks for that Steve - I cut the bottom bit off and it’s a good improvement.
User_Removed 14 485 13 England
9 Jun 2007 9:52PM
fantastic portrait, the mono really adds something to it. Beautiful subject too
12 Jun 2007 6:36PM
Gorgeous! I love this type of look.

John (-:
JennB 14 60 1 United Kingdom
21 Jun 2007 6:17PM
Stunning portrait. Well done.
Jenn x
GeorgeRusky 15 1 4
27 Aug 2007 6:26PM
Beautiful girl and well worked out portrait.
George
wyatturp 15 2 England
16 Sep 2007 9:40AM
I like this to, nice pose

Doug
proz 17 205 United States
22 Oct 2007 5:18PM
wonderful photo, lovely young model.
alexanderL 15 3
30 Dec 2007 11:50PM
great shot she's a natural model very relaxed in front of the camera great eye contact as well

It works really well in b?w but i might have tweaked the exposure a little as i think the skin tones are a little blown but thats just me

Alex
Dave87 14 42 5 England
4 May 2008 10:08PM
Thanks Alex for your spot on comments, that’s exactly how I feel about this shot. I was trying to conceal the normal - not 100% totally free from girls growing up spots on their faces in this portrait. Thanks a bundle to you and all the other lovely people who have also taken the time to comment on this shot.

Best regards
Dave.
paulashby 13 10 1 United Kingdom
27 Mar 2009 1:52AM
Good old FP4 my favourite and I think you can see why.
Paul
1881 9 India
13 Aug 2012 6:56PM
Nice portrait
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