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  1. JonMikal

    JonMikal TPF Noob!

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    the exposure was a pain in the neck for some reason and burning won't be effective. maybe i'll work more on it later...hope you like:

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    Fan-freaking-tastic!
     
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    Looks fine to me. Most of it is spot on and I don't think it matters that she's blown out. Gives her a divine sense. Like she's making her way up....
     
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    The lighting on her makes this work. Interesting leading lines as well.
     
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    I like this one a lot!!!
     
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    so...i'm getting "the long climb to the top"... or "one step at a time"...maybe "is it worth it??"

    ok...i quit... sorry..

    i like this... for some reason, it grabs ya... how bout "determination"..look at her expression........
     
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    It's indeed great and yes, I liked it.
     
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    I think the "blown-out" girl actually works too... looks like she has a long way to go. I like it!
     
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    and as we wind on down the road
    our shaddows taller then our souls
    there walks a lady we all know

    and she's climbing a stairway to heaven.
     
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    please please please dont burn that, its one of the reasons this image works so well jon, i really like it, fantastic composition.

    good shoot.
     
  11. Raymond J Barlow

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    the highlighted brightness gives her a "spotlight" effect, which is really cool, and I don't know why everone make a fuss about blow outs.. nonsense to me.. I see professional magazine covers with blow outs.. that what my eye sees also, when I look at bright refected light.

    another fine shot JM
     
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    Nicely done! It has a lovely illustrative art quality to it. All of that directional texture makes it seem as if it were done in charcoal pencil. And the woman is magnetic. The stairway draws my eye up but is immediately and irresistably drawn back to her. If the highlights weren't a bit blown, I don't know if she'd have quite the same effect. Bravo!

    My title suggestion: "Ascension"
     

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