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I like the idea.

I think you used your Sigma 10-20 lens for that.
I don't know if it's the lens or me, but her face looks stretched, so does all the upper section of the picture...
 

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I like the idea.

I think you used your Sigma 10-20 lens for that.
I don't know if it's the lens or me, but her face looks stretched, so does all the upper section of the picture...
i agree
 

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It looks odd, I would have used a little more DOF as well, the background is distracting.
 

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Apart from the other comments, i'd like to add that the picture is too dark to me.
Especially : one person in the background is brighter than the subject. As a result, my eye "doesn't know" if it has to look at the woman, or at the... um... :D
I would also have made the middle ground less dark (between the drawer and the portraited)
 
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nah guys its not the 10-20 , its 18-125
 

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I think I would have waited till the person in the background moved on.
 

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