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5 Oct 2005 4:40AM
Nice portrait. I agree that it looks better with the wispy hairs removed.
Gareth

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5 Oct 2005 4:47AM
exxxtremely beautiful. and not only the model.
starstriders 12 1.6k United Kingdom
5 Oct 2005 4:51AM
Really nice portrait. Have you tried it with cropping the bottom to just under the chin, I think that works quite well.
xanda 12 244 2 United Kingdom
5 Oct 2005 5:06AM
Excellent portrait. Click.
5 Oct 2005 5:19AM
I like it . Click. Alejandro.
thewaiter Plus
14 1.2k 9 England
5 Oct 2005 5:26AM
great portrait, great model.....
andyr 12 37
5 Oct 2005 7:00AM
excellent work, nice composition: the left side of the picture doesnt look too 'empty' either (if that makes sense!)
the B&W is spot on, giving a good sense of depth to the picture. Nice image and as has been mentioned before, nice model!

-click-
paulcr 11 1.5k 9 Ireland
5 Oct 2005 7:07AM
Hi Phil. Lovely portrait here. So well lit and composed. Serious yet very attractive expression. PAul
U4eA 12 475 England
5 Oct 2005 7:44AM
My kind of portraiture, class. Love the b&w tones and the lighting.

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candid 11
5 Oct 2005 8:25AM
It always helps to have such an attractive face to photograph . . . but you have done a good job here . . . with a personal stamp on it.

Alan
silburkp 12 3 England
5 Oct 2005 10:48AM
Very nice portrait, well lit and great in B&W.
geoffwd 10 1 United Kingdom
5 Oct 2005 11:44AM
Still excellent
RipleyExile 13 1.6k 17 England
6 Oct 2005 3:53AM
I do like this. I think the hair across the face being towards the edge of the frame works very well.
mtbrider 12 3
6 Oct 2005 7:17AM
Very nice... Can I ask how you converted the image from colour to B&W? or was it B&W from the camera. *click*
6 Oct 2005 7:33AM
I used photoshop. Image>Mode>Greyscale hope this helps.
mtbrider 12 3
6 Oct 2005 10:32AM
Great thanks... When I use Greyscale photofinished images have a funny hue to them, I don't know why. MD
silverwolf 14 7 United Kingdom
11 Oct 2005 10:14AM
Stunning image. Excellent lighting and eye contact.
annefromleo 10 11 1 United Kingdom
21 Oct 2005 2:27PM
just beautful, well balanced and great lighting well done

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