thanks for the feedback!In my opinion the pp doesn't fit for a child's portrait. It's dark, scary and unsettling.
it was spur of the moment, but her hair usually covers more of her face, so im pleased with how much of her eyes i can see.The girl's hair quite covered her beautiful eyes and face.
thanks, stsinner!I think it's a great, "different" look. Looks like a shot from a scary movie poster!
thanks for the feedback!
In my opinion the pp doesn't fit for a child's portrait. It's dark, scary and unsettling.
i dont mind a negative comment. thanks, Mersad.Sure, no prob. I don't mean to be negative. I don't know what mood you want to create, but from the smile on the girls face i guess you want something happy, in the moment. So if that's what you want to create then I think its to dark and scary. But if you are going for a creepy, scary-movie moment, then your on your way.
Thanks, man!I like the dark shadowness and the way she threatening you with that corn husk if you don't play ball.
(why would a 4 year old have a knife??) regardless, thanks for the feedback.I like the dark look, but not on this picture, I think a more colorfull approach would have been better unless she had a knife in her hand or something like that.
cheers, Roger!well for me that's exactly why I like this....but then I like being unsettled by people shots, just wish I could create them. Well done here, a nice combination of innocence and menace....which is how kids really are eh lol.