Woman of India

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  1. Mansi

    Mansi TPF Noob!

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    what do you guys think of it ?

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    very stark, and gripping....i just feel like this woman has a story or two to tell...
    she has lived a very different life than i...and i feel like i could sit and talk to her..

    very vivid shots...i like them...!!
     
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    Composition is spot on. I wish I could see them bigger to have a better understanding. I think the left seems overexposed especially on the right, and the right possibly underexposed. I really like the emotion in these though. You've capture something very powerful here :)
     
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    Nice use of B&W and neat graphics.
    Peter.
     
  5. Mansi

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    thanks :)

    the intention of this montage was to have it very stark, contrasty>> harsh/rough life..
    dont know if i make sense.. it's just something i tried out and wanted to share with ya all :)
     
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    Great work Mansi. These are well done.
     

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