1 shot. 1 girl. just the norm

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  1. Steel26

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    I like the pose and the angle, but i definitely think you need a fill light. the shadow on the face is too harsh. i like the shallow depth of field, too.
     
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    I like the pose but I don't care for the crop. Looks good otherwise.
     
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    loosen it up crop wise, a little too harsh a shadow on face.
     
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    a faulty stroke in pic is the eyes of the lady.her eyes show more white
    and the pic is so dark.Do you make it painstakingly?
    do you love this one?
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    ??? Did you use your 50mm f1.8 for this shot, as the focus / out of focus does not work for this shot, maybe a little more light in general, but also some fill in from models left and from behind maybe, also try a slower shutter speed and tripod to give a little noise to the shot, portrait work can transform with the use of direct and indirect soft lighting and maybee taking more shots from different positions, and Head positions as head back for this shot may be a lot better with lighting use and skin colour adjustments, Cheers Steve
     

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