What do you think?

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  1. cetona

    cetona TPF Noob!

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    The quality dropped a bit since it was a scanned print, but other than that, what do you think?

    http://images2.fotopic.net/?iid=y3mqlt&outx=797&oq=0

    Sorry, just read the other post that said images can't be posted if the url doesnt end with a file extension, copy and paste if you want to see it.
     
  2. molested_cow

    molested_cow No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I like it a lot!

    It would have been better if the reflection is more obvious and so your focus can actually be on the reflection instead.
     
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    Alison Swiss Army Friend Supporting Member

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    I like to composition. I agree with m_c that if the reflection was sharper it would add to the image. The colors seem off, perhaps that is due to scanning but she looks kind of orange.
     
  4. faithe

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    The composition is wonderful. Absolutely nothing to take my attention away from the girl and her reflection.

    I actually like it with a sort of faded reflection. My eye went straight to the girl and then to her reflection. I like seeing the dark green outside.

    Nice job.
     
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    raul_the_truck TPF Noob!

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    I agree with faithe, I think it brings the actual girl out more and makes the audience focus on her.
     
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    That's a precious candid shot. I like the subtlety of the reflection--it's not noticeble until my eye lands on the main subject and then absorbs the reflection. Probably if the reflection was any more apparent, some of the magic would be lost. Great capture.
     

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