Girl sitting on chair...

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  1. santino

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  2. MDowdey

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    i like the composition but the background and the white thingie are a bit distracting.


    good work!
    md
     
  3. jadin

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    Interesting shot. Add a little contrast (darkening the shadows). The background while distracting is unidentifiable so it works for me.
     
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    I find the background overpowering. Lose the background
     
  5. hobbes28

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    I think the background is fine but I would lose the white thing and the powercord. I would also use a difuser to get rid of her shadow on the wall. I like the pose of your model and her placement in the shot.
     
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    Ditto for losing the white thing (lamp covered with a shawl?) and softening her shadow. I like the way the lighting on her makes her pop out though.
     
  8. santino

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    Ok, thx. I think you're right about the background. I'll see what I can do ;)
     
  9. ShootingYou

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    I find myself staring at that black electrical cord more than I do the model... And that is bad, bad thing.
     
  10. santino

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    hmm..... thats kinda strange, I like the cord. It gives the scene a special flavour, that ain't a perfect studio shot or something like that (and it shouldn't be), I like it that way (except the background that I'll change).
     
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    I like the composition, but theres a couple of blow outs in the shoulder anr forhead area.
     
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    i agree with the cord and lamp. my eyes are drawn away from the proposed subject....or are they? HMMMMMM
     

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