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Old 11-30-2004, 09:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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is why I tried this "gallery" style of image, your comments and critques please,
Model is Adrienne from Nebraska

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Dusty,

Nice photo, but, I wouldn't allow as much dead space in the white area. IMO it takes away from her to much. I think if you used half the space between borders would work well [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/cool.gif[/img]



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Old 12-02-2004, 11:39 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Great image of a beautiful lady. I would agree that the border is a bit large though. You may even consider putting the inner image a bit off center in relation to the border just to see if it works for you.
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If you are looking for something a little unusual I think you could double the amount of border below the picture and put the name down near the bottom. To me the name draws your eye away from the image.

Just a thought.

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Old 12-02-2004, 07:12 PM   #5 (permalink)
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you mean something like this:


The actual image I started with is following, seems as if some dummy didn't see beyond his subject matter and allowed his light source to reflect in the glass behind his models head, so.... in just playing with the image I came up with the first post, nothing I would call earth shattering but just playing around and came up with the idea of what the image may look like if displayed in a gallery, keep in mind that this was just playing around with image nothing more, you should read the critique I received at photosig, here is an excerpt;
from ondy1940/Eldon (48,478) on November 30, 2004 10:20:32 PM EST (4)
"Oh how often have I been to a gallery and seen a print framed like this. I am surprised that I can't recall anything similar here. Not only that but Adrienne's attractive expression is well supported by the frame which on other occaisions probably me and others would have said -pity the photo wasn't a little bigger.Very definately a glamorous portrait but for me it is not erotic,but don't take any notice of that.The colour ,tone, lighting and expression make this a photo that is very attractive and deserving of much more than a passing glance.Even the printed name doesn't detract on a frame this size. Very well done Dusty, you may very well start a new trend:-)."




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hey! thanks for the reply.... so i tried something a little more your way, what do you think?





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Thanks for the reply, this was done just for fun and the fact of a screw up on my part with the initial image(see my reply to Allen) I was thinking of trying something like you suggested but I just couldn't find something that suited me, I have seen some images you described but I was unable to create something like that at present.
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I like it better because her name is not competing with her image. I still think it could use more white space on the bottom. When I first saw the image It reminded me of an architect friends family photos that were framed something like this. They were in his Pensacola condo so I hope they made it through Ivan.

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