Ballerina in yellow

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  1. emayd

    emayd No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    and sepia variant -

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  2. mentos_007

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    the colour version is amazing!!!! i love your works!
     
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    I think the colour version is stand out among these two. the yellow is amazing and she is posed beautifully. :thumbsup:
     
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    I agree, the colour version is best for me. :thumbup:

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    Absolutely amazing!
    Love the color! :thumbup:
     
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    ...another stunning ballet photo from you. I'm running out of compliments!:hail:
     
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    Although both are beautiful, the play of light on the yellow...from deep citrus to a daffodill color, and as mentioned the striking pose of the dancer, is breathtaking, . I also always look forward to your photos.
     
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    Love the lighting here and the color is very striking. A wonderful photo!
     
  9. terri

    terri Administrator Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Here's another vote for the color shot. :thumbup: The sepia is lovely, too, but when you have such a great sun angle, it seems a shame not to show off that brilliant yellow. For me, the sepia version lacks the drama that the color shot boasts.

    Beautiful shot! :)
     
  10. Luminosity

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    I'm normally a b&w/sepia girl but I gotta agree with the folks here and say that the color in the first one is gorgeous !

    Beautiful pose, play of sunlight..everything just came together in this shot.
     
  11. duncanp

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    nice to see another high standard pic of ballet from you! i prefer the sepia tone :thumbup: but the colour is almost equally good
     
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    Excellent photos, Love the sepia version.
     

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