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Take a breath

By trivets12  
This wedding took place on a particularly hot day, and in the midday sun. Becky had become really overheated and flustered so she sat down here just for a break.
I took this shot of her and asked her to look towards the window to give more light to her face. I love the shot and so does she, but my own critique raises the following:
I should have removed the cushions under her right arm.
I should have ensure her feet weren't resting on the train.
I wish I had included more of the room above her OR should I crop in tighter? Can't quite decide on that one.
Comments welcomed,
Trudy

Tags: Fashion Black and white Digitally manipulated Wedding and social Portraits and people

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KathyW 12 1.8k 12 Norfolk Island
25 Aug 2009 4:57PM
Lovely shot with great lighting.
Bit small to see much detail, but the cushions look fine to me. The left side of the pic looks a bit messy though, but that may be just because of the black bg?

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Carl40 10 18 United Kingdom
25 Aug 2009 5:07PM
I do not think the cushion is under the arm is a problem however I do find the cushion near the head a bit distracting, also the cloth coming in to the picture on the right hand side i would remove as for the feet i can't really see very well.
But all said & done you have captured a wonderful image with good tones.

Carl
angej 11 477 United Kingdom
25 Aug 2009 5:08PM
It's all very well to say these things in hindsight when you have the luxury of time looking at your shotsSmile Lovely shot, a tad small to see any real detail. I think I would have cropped the lhs a bit just to get rid of the curtain and maybe have positioned myself slightly higher on a small ladder to see a bit more down onto the dress but apart from that, nicely doneSmile

Ange
peg 8 1 1 United Kingdom
26 Aug 2009 11:31PM
Bet she loved this shot, though. So no need to be 'glass half empty' about it.
I love it!

Helen

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