The eyes ...

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  1. jaypix

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    ... as most of my models, this lady is new to photography ...


     

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    YOu really need to pick either going black and white or in color. Leaving only the eyes somewhat colored makes it look weird. I would also look at a tighter crop on her face, from that angle and lighting the upper dress/breasts don't add to this image.
     
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    I agree about staying with either b/w or full color. Are her eyes actually 2 different colors (1 brown, 1 blue)? I think the colored eyes are slightly distracting.

    She's beautiful though.
     
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    Selective coloring went the way I hope HDR does soon =)
     
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    No, they're the same colour ... as a matter of fact she quite liked the way I 'partially toned' some of my B&W work and insisted I do the same on some of her pictures. The result I guess depends much on the colour of the eyes and the size of the portrait ...

    Thanks for your comment, but not knowing what your hopes regarding HDR are, I fail to understand what you mean ...
     

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