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22 Aug 2004 4:09PM
Great shot. Very impressive - I can feel my eyes water already. Clicked!

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22 Aug 2004 4:16PM
Wonderful work!
inkarts Plus
12 61 2
22 Aug 2004 4:29PM
Great, any more like this. A big welcome to ePz. John
22 Aug 2004 4:52PM
goos shot and like the tones and slight grainy feel to this. Dunno what the thing on left middle of the pic is though - might look better if this was cropped out?? Clicked. Chris
ginz04 Plus
12 281 20 United Kingdom
22 Aug 2004 5:57PM
this is an excellent picture i love the pose and how it somehow imitates the radiators. My only slight niggle is the left hand side needs to be cropped a little. ian
Great Photo Shot! The dicipline required to become one of these special Byrds of Ballet is intense! The overall visual balance in this photo is really superb.
Badger Plus
14 4.7k 20 United Kingdom
22 Aug 2004 9:53PM
Great pose, the grain adds to the shot.
*Click*
Matt
3 Sep 2004 8:51PM
a bit more high contrast would make this stronger and perfect, click (*:*)
8 Jan 2005 4:17PM
Great shot...
Wish it was shot from a lower level.
Great composition.

mike

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25 Feb 2005 9:50AM
Great picture. Classical, but also contemporary. It would be great to see it shot from higher to seperate the model from the radiators.
UserRemoved 11 481
8 Apr 2005 8:17AM
She certainly is flexible! I used to almost be able to do this stretch many years ago during my Martial Arts' training - not now though!

Once again, this is a grainy composition, which seems so appear a lot in your shots. It does make for a more inventive and artistic image. I can see that now.

The radiators are a little distracting, but the model draws you into the picture anyway, so it's hardly a major issue. Just my opinion, as a complete beginner.

Iain.
User_Removed 11 279
28 Aug 2005 12:01PM
Dudley, I really appreciate your comments; moreso now I've discovered your portfolio. Quality work!
Best wishes, Simon
claret Plus
12 49 England
20 Sep 2005 11:03PM
Agree with others about the crop but still a great shot.
Iain
Fantastic shot! Like the symmetry. Very powerful. Many thanks for your comment on my photo. I have much to learn from you! Sara
redstag Plus
11 100 15 United Kingdom
28 Mar 2006 8:10AM
Can't beat the atmosphere you get with film. Especially with a shot like this.
Bluke Plus
11 303 1 United Kingdom
6 Apr 2006 10:28PM
amazing pose... well captured.
babs
draxwayze 13 74
11 May 2006 10:38PM
Great image, and the pose... As one would expect. Limber. Click
Thats amazing. Amazing shot!
Yara
19 Jun 2006 12:10AM
Hi again

very interesting body of work and I like the stylised shots particularly

Steve
beautiful capture!
22 Nov 2006 7:18PM
brilliant!
i really love this one.
Tricia Plus
11 325 Ireland
15 Jun 2007 12:03PM
Hi John,
Great shot and really nice to speak with you, keep up the good work
Tricia
14 Oct 2007 3:43PM
Awsome shot!

Gregor
Looks good in my eyes.

Carsten
thorn Plus
12 124 2 Scotland
3 Mar 2008 3:16PM
Wow! the thing i like about this is the symmetry in it,the radiators,legs,shadows,then the hand at the front breaks it and gives feeling to the shot. Brilliant image,the only thing i would have different is the little bit on the left hand side cloned out it's about half way up,i find it a bit distracting.Fantastic work.take care,AnnSmile
24 Nov 2009 2:37PM
amazing ! ... she is so ... fantastis
Now - crop that chair out on the left of the picture Smile ...

perfection - amzing pose ...

kim
Love it.....my daily meditation...............Wink

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