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mudge Plus
14 208 75 England
7 Oct 2009 10:00AM
Great shot of her face, but unfortunately image spoilt by the white flares

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colmar 9 42 35 Scotland
7 Oct 2009 10:06AM
Indeed this had the potential to be a great image but the flares spoil it for me too, however do see what you mean regards the eyes ! Thanks for sharing Colin
User_Removed 10 398 6 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2009 10:10AM
I like the flare personally but would have prefered the bright area to be more behind her head. tough shot to do so well done.
freybird 10 1 England
7 Oct 2009 10:26AM
Pleasing overall effect. Geoff
7 Oct 2009 10:35AM
I actually think the flare & bokeh are nice - but if only it's a lil' less dominant Smile
Minh
FredF 9 1 France
7 Oct 2009 10:41AM
Fantastic shot.

Fred
dathersmith Plus
9 550 12 England
7 Oct 2009 10:41AM
I like the flair too, great shot.

Darren.
Richsr Plus
9 90 223 England
7 Oct 2009 12:56PM
Like the models pose, however agree with the others that the flare behind her head distracts your attention from her face.
Good effort.
Regards Richard.
CSuk 7 7 33 United Kingdom
7 Oct 2009 1:47PM
Well what other peeps here are looking as as imperfections I see as added artistry and difference. Therefore I love the flares (they add a very magical touch) and everything else as is. I knew as soon as I saw the thumb I was gonna love the large.
I know peeps see things in their own ways but why do some always have to have rules/technical perfection. Long may you give it large and stand outside the box!
Thanks 4 the share Smile ...Click!
Geraint 9 715 34 Wales
7 Oct 2009 1:58PM
Shawry's nailed it for me. I've you'd placed the sun(?) behind her so that it had created a symmetrical halo around her head I think it would be less distracting than it being off-centre. I really like the flare though and the reflector's worked very well in creating impact in the eyes.
Geraint

Edit: You've got a fascinating portfolio. Off to take a more thorough look...
silburkp 12 3 England
7 Oct 2009 3:27PM
A very striking portrait.
Diana 9 2.0k 19 Netherlands
8 Oct 2009 12:22AM
I love the flare to the right, perfect positioning

and natural bokeh? always a winner for me too

Diana

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