Photography sesion

Discussion in 'People Photography' started by srtamoore_, Oct 29, 2015.

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    I would crop from the left and a little on top. I think otherwise very nice, love her pose.
     
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    Excellent light. A tighter framework would possibly advantageous!
     
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    Her face looks a little soft to me, but it is still very nice! :)
     
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    I agree, her face seems a bit too soft and I would personnaly crop the photo a bit. But nice photo, I like the vertical background nice colors too.
     
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    Thanks for opinions
     
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    I've learned (when researching classical portraiture) that it's visually pleasing to keep the eyes in the top 1/3 of the portrait. It's definitely one of the rules I prefer to follow 99% of the time.

    Lovely posing, location , and subject!
     

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