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Encouraging comments and constructive critiques always appreciated.
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  • alice unretouched

    Lovely model.
    Have to agree with Take-a-View that it would possibly look better just as a portrait as she has lovely eyes, but I would clone out the distracting shadow under her right eye.
    If you want to leave it as a topless shot, I think it would still be good if you also cloned out the slightly distracting creases under her breasts.
    HTH.
    • 14 Jan 2012 9:12PM
  • Sienna

    Love this shot, it's not the usual "model" fashion shot.
    I love the way the skin tones blend with the wall.
    Gets my vote.
    • 14 Jan 2012 9:03PM
  • Heart felt Blues

    I'm sure this was a good shot even before manipulation, but I love the dreamy effect, so it gets my vote.
    Looks like an Osteospermum if my memory serves me.
    Regards.
    • 14 Jan 2012 8:59PM
  • Mc Fly

    It's a great shot of the fly, congratulations.
    If I wanted to be "picky" I'd have to say the depth of field (dof) is just a bit too narrow and the rear flower petals are just out of focus.
    But taking macro shots like this is a lot more difficult than it looks, so well done.
    It's certainly good enough to get my vote.
    • 14 Jan 2012 8:55PM
  • Day Dreamer

    Lovely shot, her expression certainly fits the title.
    I love the way the skin tones and wood tones blend together.
    Gets my vote.
    Regards,
    Doug.
    • 14 Jan 2012 12:31PM
  • Gerbera

    Nice shot even though it's "posed".
    I love the really fine detail in the petals.
    Certainly worth a vote.
    Regards.
    • 14 Jan 2012 12:22PM
  • Morning frost in my garden

    Lovely shot, good control of depth of field so the background is not distracting.
    Lovely colour for this time of year.
    • 14 Jan 2012 12:18PM
  • Floral Sunset

    I love this shot, so serene and peaceful.
    The exposure of the sun and the silhouette effect is really nice.
    I think if you were to print it and hang it on the wall you would never tire of looking at it.
    Just a minor point, it's a pity there isn't just a touch more detail in the black foreground, perhaps you could have recoverd some detail had you shot in RAW? (If you have that facility.)
    REgards,
    Doug.
    • 11 Jan 2012 3:53PM
  • Champs Elysees

    Worth it indeed!
    Great exposure, just long enough to get the trails without blowing out the highlights.
    Great composition, even with all the activity, your eyes are directed straight to the Arch de Triomphe.
    Not easy to get right, I know, I've tried it!
    Regards,
    Doug.
    • 11 Jan 2012 3:48PM