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Amz 3

By Tusha
A second attempt at PS, more adding of boarders than photo editing, which I still am trying to figure out.

Tags: Portraits and people

Voters: EddieAC, Toppix, DaveGu and 14 more


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EddieAC Plus
11 1.2k 2 United Kingdom
27 Aug 2007 8:31PM
Great portrait!

Like the soft focus effect.

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Toppix 11 56 1 England
27 Aug 2007 8:32PM
This isn't bad at all. I like the glow and colour - almost as if is lit by candlelight or tungsten.
Ian
DaveGu 9 1 1 England
27 Aug 2007 8:47PM
Cracking portrait, well done.
imander 9 388 7 United Kingdom
27 Aug 2007 8:48PM
lovely looking portrait
ian
Goggz 9 2.3k 72 Wales
28 Aug 2007 12:07AM
Very nice portrait! THe borders suit it too...
CHeers, Goggz
meadowman 9 1
28 Aug 2007 12:21AM
lovely eye contact and pose,very sultry...

gazSmile
28 Aug 2007 8:13AM
nice, allthough I find it a bit too soft. another niggle... I find her knees and arms a bit too overpowering (big really, perhaps partly due to the lens you used ?). particularly the arm over her leg bothers me, think it would have been better if she just kept it just like the other arm. And finally there is quite a harsh light on her hand which distracts. Hope you don't mind the critique.
Quite a gorgeous model btw.
Vilcens 9 39 3 Latvia
28 Aug 2007 8:23AM
Beautiful lighting, beautiful model.

Well done !

Werner
Tusha 9 United Kingdom
28 Aug 2007 9:58AM
Thanks for all the comments and advice, much appreciated. My daughter is only too willing to pose!
cside 12 1 South Africa
28 Aug 2007 10:01AM
I Like.
mhaseman 9 608 1
14 Sep 2007 2:09PM
This is such a lovely image. It has a beautiful feeling to it and your daughter is very pretty. You must be a proud Mum. Her arm does look a bit powerful because of the lens/angle. Other than that it's really good! Well done. Cheers, Martin

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