Just One Of The Sister-In-Law...C&C Please!!

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  1. DavidSR

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    Hey guys,
    This was going to be a solid black and white, but she asked for the color of her dress to be brought back. Please C&C! My background didn't have any wrinkles, but it did have to be stretched a bit more, so I will do that next time. Oh and yes, I do know she is too close to the background, but we don't have much room to work with :).

    Thank you!!

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  2. NateS

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    If this was all in B&W I would love it. By doing selective color like this the eye is drawn directly to the dress instead of the girl??? Turn it into all B&W and you have a killer shot in my opinion.
     
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    I agree, the first thing I looked at was the blue in the dress, it over powers everything else in the picture...
     
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    I realy like. I think its realy well done imho. I think if it was a bright blue it would be distracting but the darker blue isn't to me.
     
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    I agree that it would look better (and classier) in mono. Seems like the selective colouring mostly just brings attention to her breasts.
     
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    U got a smokin in law! ha!
     
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    ya all b&w wud be a lot classier and have that serene classic feel.
     
  8. Big Mike

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    I agree with most of the others. The blue dress distracts attention away from the model.
     
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    Just noticed the weird angle she's got her elbow joint in as well. Unsettles me...
     
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    Great shot but I agree with the 1st two replies. Make it all b/w as well and post it.
     
  11. DavidSR

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    Thanks for the comments everyone!!! I'll try to convert this to all black and white as soon as I get a chance.
     
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    Agreed!!!
     

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