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14 Apr 2014 12:03PM
Impactful and great idea.

I would lose the fragments of vinyl in the top left - they look lonely and distract for me. Also I would use a little bit of cloning to manage the light reflections in the glasses. Catchlights are fine but better to avoid reflecting the lighting brolly and the room behind - go for a clean gloss black with a smaller light catchlight in each lens to retain sparkle and personality.

Nonetheless a captivating portrait that is a creative piece of work and suits the end purpose.


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4 May 2014 10:33AM
Hi Paul,
I thought the same about the fragments but for some reason when I removed them I found I liked them better in.
I understand about the brollies in the glasses as was going to do something with it but the person in the photo wanted them left in.

Thanks for your comment...good to hear great minds think alike hehe.

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