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DanielD 10 1 United Kingdom
11 Nov 2010 11:32PM
very well taken - wonderful

Daniel

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11 Nov 2010 11:34PM
Great shot. I prefer the colour, great skin tones and hair.
SugarDJ 11 1 England
11 Nov 2010 11:35PM
Thank you Daniel and Mark, I appreciate your kind comments. So many views and so few votes/comments which is a shame as I'd love to know why this is getting no attention. I was quite pleased with the shot before uploading it to ephoto.

David
maryg 11 66 18 Scotland
11 Nov 2010 11:40PM
A lovely shot can't decide which version I like better.
Re attention the image is ,or is not getting , there's no answer to this .
Regards Mary
SugarDJ 11 1 England
11 Nov 2010 11:41PM
Thanks Mary Smile
11 Nov 2010 11:46PM
Great shot, normally like b & w but think colour is better for this one.
Kevin
SugarDJ 11 1 England
11 Nov 2010 11:47PM
Thanks for the feedback Kevin Smile
debu 10 India
11 Nov 2010 11:49PM
Lovely set of images.
debu
SugarDJ 11 1 England
11 Nov 2010 11:50PM
Thank you Debu Smile
Kayleigh 10 4 United Kingdom
12 Nov 2010 12:50AM
Very feminine. lovely shot.
Alan_Coles 14 178 11 Wales
12 Nov 2010 6:35AM
I think there is some rather wonderful about a pregnant woman...great capture, good lighting, nice pose and I like the studio style backdrop.

You are right about her glowing, she is looking fab...it must suit her.

Not long for you both to wait now.
johnnyboy114 11 231 106 United Kingdom
12 Nov 2010 7:48AM
Just beautiful....agree with above, there is a beauty about a pregnant woman, glowing and blooming....just wonderful. This superbly done, simple and effective.

As for the votes and comments, believe me, you don't wan to go there....its a real minefield of arguments and counter arguments that no-one seems to agree on.....but don't take it personally. There is some utter rubbish on here that gets LOADS of votes and comments and I can tell you this...its not for the photography. Yet, there are some seriously inventive, clever and plain old professional images ignored completely.......so, go figure out that eh? Rubbish, I know....but this is lovely and it makes you happy, so thats the most important thing. Its a beauty....
SugarDJ 11 1 England
12 Nov 2010 8:38AM
Thanks Kayleigh and thevalleywalker for your kind comments.


Quote:There is some utter rubbish on here that gets LOADS of votes and comments and I can tell you this...its not for the photography. Yet, there are some seriously inventive, clever and plain old professional images ignored completely.......so, go figure out that eh?


Johnnyboy, I really appreciate your words and I'm glad I am not the only one who feels this way. I look at some truly wonderful uploads on this site and am staggered at how few votes they receive... yet I see some of the most ordinary photos with a crazy number of votes. I joined this site to learn from all the talented photographers on ephoto but I am so often left deflated and wonder if it is more of a popularity website at times. That said, something keeps me coming back to ephoto and I do still feel inspired so many!!

David
Sezz 15 619 15 England
12 Nov 2010 1:49PM
David, so beautifully taken. I like them both, perhaps the colour version just that little bit more - Jemma certainly is glowing and how lovely for the both of you to have these images as a wonderful reminder in years to come! Such an exciting time for you Smile

Sarah *
Rapido57 10 1 England
12 Nov 2010 3:40PM
Have had a look at both versions and some of the previous comments. Sarah has taken the words right out of my mouth (or off my keypad - so to speak. Excellent photo, keep posting and enjoying the site, I find that whenever I come on here, which is often; I see a photograph that inspires me to keep coming back - today, yours is one of those photographs.

Well done.

Paul
csurry 17 9.2k 92
12 Nov 2010 3:47PM
Very clean image and beautifully representative of the situation.

One thing you could try is cropping quite closely on the left hand side so no background is showing there and it puts more emphasis on the mothers look towards her unborn baby. To make it work fully you may need to do something with the brighter patch at the bottom of the cloth, but it does give a slightly different dynamic to the image.
SugarDJ 11 1 England
12 Nov 2010 5:40PM
Thank you so much Sarah, Paul and csurry. The feedback I've had (since my little whinge!!) has been terrific. I really appreciate all the kind comments from you.
csurry, I think that is really good advice. I will certainly give that a go when I take more photos of Jemma in the coming weeks!

David
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11 4.5k 8 England
12 Nov 2010 10:16PM
Excellent image David even though some good advice is offered here, so pleased that everything is going well, take care both..
Regards Mal
dmhuynh72 12 44 3 United Kingdom
13 Nov 2010 9:01AM
Nice and natural pose David, the lighting is spot on.
Not long to wait and all the best.

Yung

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