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Discussion in 'The Professional Gallery' started by elsaspet, Jan 18, 2006.

  1. elsaspet

    elsaspet TPF Noob!

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    From the same bridal session I posted earlier:
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    Cindy,

    To me the dress is really hot. Also the bowed head makes her look like she has a double chin to me--which may just be the small size of the print fooling me.

    Great detail on the flowers though, and I'm really digging the soft focus you've got going here. Great mood setting but not overly obnoxious.

    Good job!
     
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    Let me add that I'm looking at it on a laptop, so take my opinion with a whole shaker of salt.
     
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    I think it's a really nice photo and composition is pretty acceptable too, maybe a little closer/more zoomed in would've been nice. I think however you've misrepresented it a little because not only is it small but the JPEG compression is really visible, this coupled with the soft focus (or perhaps the JPEG compression was read by ShutteredEye to be soft focus!) makes for a not entirely sharp looking image. I do also like the expression though ;-)
     
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    I'm with stingray about composition... I'd like to see it zoomed... I'd change the background... it is a bit distracting... and what I''ve heard from pros... women should have head straight or slightly up... not so much as here
     

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