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Chrism8 14 999 29 England
17 Jun 2021 2:28PM
A decent portrait, for me, unfortunately the white strip camera left is a distraction, I would have either cloned it to the background or the easiest option would be a left hand side crop.

I might have also dragged the sofa a tad to the right and lost that as well ( bottom right )
pablophotographer 10 1.9k 411
17 Jun 2021 5:47PM
Well, I think it is not bad you that have included some of the "room" in the picture.

A small anticlock-wise rotation can take part of the verticals on the left. I may had been tempted to include some hide and seek play of the model and the curtain...

Some times bright spots near the edge of the frame can be distracting but as in the picture titled "Footloose" and it was uploaded today, sometimes light on the edges is just part of the picture or the narrative. A portrait of the model devoid of the space (without the window or the sofa) would be too "specific" for me.

Since I mentioned the sofa, you could do with a bit more of it in the frame I guess.
I dont know how the 16-50mm gave you a focal length of 75mm unless you used an APS-C camera. A bit more space all around them as if the focal length was 65mm might had made it look like more of a "homely portrait".

Nice picture in my opinion.

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