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keithh Plus
13 25.3k 33 Wallis And Futuna
3 Aug 2006 11:23AM
don't touch it.

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shane 13 7 United Kingdom
3 Aug 2006 11:23AM
Beautiful portrait, great lighting and the background needs to stay as it is in my opinion, looks superb to me

3 Aug 2006 11:25AM
Agree with Keith.. don't touch it. First class black & white.
GregorP 12 4 Slovenia
3 Aug 2006 11:27AM
Nice portrait.I like her hand goes through her hair.Good eye contact.B&W works fine for me.

Mayfly 11 485 2 United Kingdom
3 Aug 2006 11:38AM
Really nice light here. IMO leave tis image as it is - the empty space works well.

Hanners Plus
11 875 10 Ireland
3 Aug 2006 11:47AM
stunning portrait, the toning is spot-on as is the lighting.

Tandberg Plus
14 1.2k 2 England
3 Aug 2006 11:59AM
Nice as it is!
Leave it be the lights good and the comp

JohnHawthorne 11 1.7k 5 Scotland
3 Aug 2006 12:05PM
Lovely lighting, great pose and great composition. Delightful!
AlleyCatz 11 274 6 England
3 Aug 2006 12:17PM
Great b&w portrait and I agree with comments above, about keeping it as is.Excellent.

User_Removed 13 524 England
3 Aug 2006 12:27PM
Leave as is.
claret 13 49 England
3 Aug 2006 1:09PM
Terrific tones.
accystan 12 132 6 Canada
3 Aug 2006 2:07PM
Excellent. Really like the perfect exposure for the skin tone and the space on the rt.

Well done.

Dave D
Krucza 12 1
3 Aug 2006 2:59PM
silverwolf 15 7 United Kingdom
3 Aug 2006 6:17PM
Superb lighting, excellent eye contact, superb b/w.
leginkrad 11 2 United Kingdom
3 Aug 2006 6:25PM
Really good, like subject to left of frame.
javam Plus
12 1.1k 19 United Kingdom
3 Aug 2006 7:14PM
Really good shot, engaging eyes and I think the background is fine as is.
CathyT 11 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
3 Aug 2006 8:40PM
Beautiful.......dead space works for me!
leedsgh 13 496 United Kingdom
2 Jan 2008 4:12PM
no background needed. The model and pose creates the interest in itself. I think a background would make it too distracting.

Great work,


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