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The Girl

The Girl by shreel

Very nice, and you're right about the depth and emotion. The red of the cowl goes well with the blue/green hues of the background. I think it's oversharpened, but that is probably down to the steps taken to display for web (there is a halo around the cowl on the left of frame and the details are just a little bit too jagged for my liking).


. by bezna

Love the depth and the b&w conversion.


U> by seanslevin

Fantastic! The repertition of shape in the man's pose is wonderfully-worked. Congratulations Sean.


...cake... by TamJ

Love those eyes! The red/purple hues work well too. Congratulations!


wed by backbeat

Fantastic. Nicely low-key.

Ana Caldana

Ana Caldana by Allex2501

Very good!

Days of Speed...

Days of Speed... by Scaramanga

Wow this is good. I love the way you've controlled the light to lead our eyes around the photograph.


S U R R E N D E R by arhb

It works. You've controlled the exposure on the whites of her top well. Seeing the title I can't help feel that maybe she needed to put more into the pulling with her hands. Her expression is strong; maybe grabbing the ties with her hands rather than pulling them with her fingers would have created more tension which would have complemented her expression better. It's being picky, but I think it would have lifted the shot more. Lovely processing. I really like her expression - I'm glad you left her eyes quite dark as the lack of large catchlights adds a great deal for me.

Hayley noir

Hayley noir by kitsch

Lovely. I like the shadows! Personally I think I would have tried toning down the highlights on her right (our left) arm a bit as they contend with theose on her face. Fantastic portrait Jo with a natural-looking pose and strong eye contact.

f i r e h e a d

f i r e h e a d by Uppercut

Wonderful. The contrast between the 'clean' skin and texture of the background is great. The hard light has brought out the eylashes well too.

Down the hall

Down the hall by kenp666

Good photo and nice pose and expression from the model, but why are her feet grey? I also think it'd be an improvement to lighten the left hand side so that the fall-off of light isn't so harsh.


H by kitsch

This is great! As others have said, the owl needs to either go, or put in the space on the right - you'd have a nice triangle of interest then. Maybe having it fly out of frame? But I'd be tempted to remove it completely. The geese work really well though.

I . . s p y . .

I . . s p y . . by Rob_Taylor

Fantastic! Love the expression, and what a superb exposure!


Midnight by ahphotography

Nicely unconventionally composed.

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Added Date: 12/02/2007 - 9:40 AM

Hi there, just had a look at your website. You've got some brilliant images there; I especially liked your "My NY" series.