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Old 11-25-2004, 10:39 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Thanks in no small part to GG and what I've been learning here, I think this image is a little better than my past efforts.
The vignette blurring is intentional, courtesy of a filter that I spread Vaseline on.
Any and all comments welcome.
 
 
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Old 11-26-2004, 12:01 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Hi mate,

Not a big critiquer but hate to see a good pic go without comment! I like your shot a lot, the model is really cute and i'm a fan of the vaseline softness. Only a few small things that I'd change if it were mine.

1 - stray bit of hair on the right side of her head. Maybe Photoshop it out if that's your thing.

2 - Makeup on her eyelashes seems a little black/heavy/dark?

3 - I'd move her a little more into the middle (yeah i know that's not cool but i would). Just so you lose a bit of the empty blue space on the side and get a bit more of her left arm).

4 - She's raising her eyebrows a little which creases her forehead. Maybe next time keep an eye out for that (unless that's what you wanted!).

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Old 11-26-2004, 05:44 PM   #3 (permalink)
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this looks like you have good way with exposures, what can you do to get away from generic type of lighting and exposure. Roland has some good tps on that.
It looks like ur using to many light sources in the same ratio of light as related to each other. Try to improve the depth of the photo. Keep it up.
 
 
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