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Practise makes perfect

By stevehalligan  
Took this as a practise shoot before the main event the following day

Please let me know what you think. Any feedback is truly appreciated

Tags: Portrait Studio Portraits and people

Voters: NobbytheNobster, nicola31, Jat_Riski and 5 more


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NobbytheNobster 13 33 5 England
18 May 2010 11:55AM
Good portrait, nice light, tones etc. I find her feet a little distracting maybe clone them out or re-crop showing more of her feet and legs, otherwise, a very good shot.
Jat_Riski 14 89 United Kingdom
18 May 2010 1:02PM
Superb portrait, as Ricky(NobbytheNobster) mentioned cloning or blurring feet could improve more.
Geraint 15 715 34 Wales
18 May 2010 7:58PM
It looks like you used head-on flash (from the catchlights in her eyes) which offers no directionality or shadows. I think it would have been an improvement had you placed the light to camera right shooting down at a 45 degree angle. The composition needs working - I think you either needed to include the hands or crop them out completely. The feet - I think they needed to be included. Having said all this you've caught a lovely expression and there's an overall warmth to this photo. Good luck with the shoot!
Geraint

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