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By xxtessxx  
model: stacey
shot at dunham massey
let me know what you think

Tags: Tree Flowers and plants Close-up and macro Dunham massey Stacey Portraits and people

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clicknimagine 6 221 88
22 May 2010 9:06AM
peeking meaning:-

1. To glance quickly.
2. To look or peer furtively, as from a place of concealment.
3. To be only partially visible, as if peering or emerging from hiding,

my likings:-

1. composition:- a) you have framed the subject by the tree very nicely ( not something extraordinary but it is obvious and very good indeed to this given condition),

b) the space at the right side is complimentary to the composition, to give a sense of surroundings as well as of lovely weather, (i assume it relates to love, fun, friendship etc.),

c) the inclusion of the one hand is natural and complimentary to the sense of peeking as you have tried to portray here and according to your composition, but the source of the hand is unknown to me, but i can presume it (although it would have been better to take the shot one or two step backward to include the hand completely and to show the body language,

2. light:- i can see the dynamic range of the scene, there is a highlight area at the background and your subject is under the shade, i guess you have used an off camera flash, and the exposure is really fantastic, the white balance is also looking very good, i love the catch light and the beautiful eyes too,

my disliking:-

i am not satisfied with the expression and eye contact, it is rather looking like your subject is unprepared and a bit in fear,

to me it is a good shot, you have tried well,
wish you best of luck for your future works...

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