Girl on Swing C&C

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  1. bc2292

    bc2292 TPF Noob!

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    Took these the other day. I like, but i know there's always something i can improve on. So be critical ;)
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  2. Bitter Jeweler

    Bitter Jeweler Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I love #1!
    Using the swing as a logical horizontal base, the figure looks quite natural standing there. But then theres the confusing visual clue of here "vest" or "wrap", and as you scan for more information, you are knocked over by the tilted horizon, and the dynamic angle of the rope. Whoa! So you go back to the figure, for stability after you have just been mind ******.
    Nice job.
     
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    I really enjoyed #1, the backlit "dreamy" effect is quite nice in this shot. I'm not sure I like the angle, I keep turning my head to look at her face...but I keep looking, so maybe that's effective afterall lol.

    I would like #2 IF she wasn't so blown out, her right cheek/arms/hands. Great expression and warm/happy feel to the photo though.

    She's beautiful and has that "girl next door" look, great choice for a model!
     
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    1 knocks the socks off 2
     
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    reznap No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Hahaha good description.

    2's a bit bright, 1 is perfect. You added the vignette? It works on these I think.
     
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    bc2292 TPF Noob!

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    Haha i see what your saying, and ya on the second one i turned up fill light and brightness to try and get rid of shadows by her face and now i see the blown outness thanks man
     
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    #1 is a good shot... congrats...
     
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    Love #1...makes people think!..(and tilt there heads stupidly ..LOL )
    #2 is cute. Very natural, and fun :)
     

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