On the fence.

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  1. craig

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    The first frame from a recent portrait shoot. Let me know what you think.

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    Hi Craig, I'd have moved a bit to the left while composing this frame.
    But I'm sure you may have had your preferred reasons for composing the way it is.
     
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    Hi,
    i would have overexposed a bit, perhaps 1/2 stop, in order not to have such a dark face.
    And a bit on the right (sorry danalec) to follow the eyes direction.
    Nice shot otherwise.
     
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    I'd (the photographer) have moved a bit to the left, so that the fence would come from the bottom right of the frame. Don't know if that's what you meant. :)
     
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    I agree with Danalec because the fence is what makes this photo interesting...

    Great shot all in all! :thumbup:
     
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    Thanks gang!!! Dan is on point (as always). I think the photo would be stronger if the fence was coming from the bottom right. I have a problem with "center heavy". The other problem was that the ol' SB600 flash could not take the cold. Hence the impromptu exposure. None the less we both like this shot.
     

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