Joined Oct 2010
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Lucky guy. Here is my suggestion: Go with a tighter crop and get rid of the edge on camera left and get rid of some head space at the same time. After being drawn to her face, the light corner pulls my eyes away from her. If there is room on at the bottom, you might play with dropping the frame to just above her elbow. Nice shot of a pretty girl.
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Joined Dec 2008
Location: Just South of Ballard
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Joined Feb 2012
Joined Jan 2008
Agree with both above. Pretty girl.
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Joined Apr 2009
Location: SF Bay Area, CA USA
Great girlfriend, nice shot, but as stated, cut that bright spot on the left, don't want anything to compete with those eyes. Cut about 1/3 of the space above her head, wait all this has been said before, maybe I should have stopped at Great Girlfriend! Great exposure, the black jacket is nicely lite without losing detail.
Joined Jan 2010
Apr 01, 2014 11:35 as a reply to @ mjcarson's post |
All the comments above cover things pretty well. Have you tried a portrait crop orientation instead of landscape? Her head is tilted forward quite a bit, so a portrait crop would have to be pretty tight - not sure how much of the wall and jacket you're willing to lose. Lovely gf.