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Mar 31, 2010 13:12 |  #16

very nice girl and very nice pics.. on the first one i'd crop a little tighter?


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Mar 31, 2010 15:17 |  #17

I do agree with the negative space. My fav is the B&W. My least is #3. I don't like her facial expression.


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Mar 31, 2010 19:04 |  #18

she is...wow. i would work on the lighting and WB a little bit but you are off to a great start. i would take out some of the head room in 1. IMO


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Mar 31, 2010 19:30 |  #19

1.) Face doesn't match the mood of the picture. A laughing expression or a "GASP" would've matched better. Don't remove the negative space. People feed off each other and don't actually put what they think, they re-state what others think. I think that the negative space works. It isn't busy and doesn't draw the eye away from the subject. However, I would remove the distortions in the corners that are caused by the lens. My favorite of the set.

2.) Looks awkward.. Why did you have her stick her chest out like that? It probably would've looked better if you had her just hang her hands instead of having them flat on the wall.

3.) My eye is immediately drawn to the black hole smack dab in the middle of the picture around her bust area. You lost alot of detail in the shadows there.
Also, this picture looks awkward. You had her bend her back and stick her chest out again which just looks kind of weird. And I don't understand why you had her put her hands on the wall like that. That makes me think that she's getting arrested or something.

4.) She's sticking her chest out again... Also, highlights on her face are blown and your eyes aren't in focus.

5.) Highlights are extremely blown out and you have lost all detail in your shadows. Pose and expression are nice. Crop a little bit off the left and the top to improve composition. Focus is off.


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Mar 31, 2010 19:36 |  #20

^^^^ im going to go ahead and feed off what he says... +1;)


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Apr 01, 2010 19:40 |  #21

thank you everyone for the feedback!


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