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Dec 27, 2014 20:29 |  #2

nice pic, but i would crop the top half out. also looks a tad bit tilted to the right maybe?


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Dec 28, 2014 09:54 as a reply to  @ rc9999's post |  #3

I wouldn't crop off the whole top half. The Spanish moss gives it a nice sense of place. But I don't think you need all of the sky.


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Dec 29, 2014 00:52 |  #4

I'd go for cropping 1/3 off the top. Did you do some editing around her knees? Something looks strange there.


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Dec 30, 2014 08:19 |  #5

I think the knees are a byproduct of the light behind them. It looks to be some stray light on her knees that are slightly forward and back of each other. I agree that the top part is not needed, but I also think I would have turned the flash down a bit as well. It is just SO bright it washes out the rest of the image.
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