Hmmm, no responses...
Take everything I say with a grain of salt, after all, it is only my opinion.
First, I like BIG pictures. What with advancing age, cataracts, etc., it's tough for me to see details in little bitty pictures.
Secondly, the brightest area of the image will attract the viewer's eye. That's her shoulder in your image. Not a very interesting area.
Her expression is kind of indeterminate. Is she perturbed you took the picture, is she uncomfortable in that position, or just what does her face tell you about what's in her mind?
There's a little "confusion" there at her neck, I have a difficult time telling if that's hair or a dark necklace under her chin.
I think you could improve the image with a different crop. Maybe take 25% off the right side and bottom so her eyes are more centered in the image.
The fact that not much light was hitting her eyes is unfortunate. It exaggerates the slight crease under her eyes. A piece of white paper could have been used to bounce a little light into her face fixing that and putting a catchlight in her eyes.
So now I've bitched about most everything, and you probably think I'm some kind of grumpy old fart who couldn't take a decent picture to save his life.
Damn, you figgured me out on the first shot!
Keep looking and shooting. Look first, shoot second. Works good that way...
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