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By dsrathore999
A small girl bringing water for daily use in a village with smile. Pot may be wide open so split some water on her..

Tags: Child Village Girl India Rajasthan Portraits and people

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guler 11 Turkey
23 Dec 2011 4:42PM
Very good portrait
SueEley 16 279 96 Wales
23 Dec 2011 5:49PM
She is lovely and it is good to see what she is doing. The bright highlights on the right hand side, and the pale object behind and above here are a bit distracting. If you wanted to, you could clone colour over the places where it has burnt out, and also clone out the light coloured object.
SueEley 16 279 96 Wales
23 Dec 2011 6:07PM
I uploaded a mod with a bit of cloning, and also brightened her face. Your lens might have been able to go a bit wider on the aperture, to throw her background out a bit more and also increase the shutter speed (the shot does not look totally sharp when you go in close, and although this could be due to downsizing, i shutter speed and focal length could have been factors). As it looks like she had spotted you anyway, you could perhaps have waited for her to move in front of a less distracting background? Or even asked her to? Well done for getting the shot, though. I always feel very embarrassed about photographing people.
banehawi Plus
18 2.9k 4337 Canada
23 Dec 2011 11:08PM
A good shot Daleep, - and the mod makes it better.


regards


Willie
HectorRivera 15 17 1 United States
24 Dec 2011 4:10AM
Gfreat smile, nice shot
24 Dec 2011 5:43AM
Thank you all for the comments and valuable suggestions
paulbroad 15 131 1294 United Kingdom
24 Dec 2011 2:41PM
Basically a nice interesting image. I would darken the background, currently clearly visible as a car, or, better still, shoot from a lower viewpoint looking up. the light is all on the vessel and not her face. This is a classic case of a need to switch on the camera flash at half power. It would have punched some light into her face giving a very fine image along with that lower viewpoint.

Paul

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