Yes - this is interesting.
I know that critiques frequently suggest crops that don't improve, but merely change the picture - and I'm going to the same. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif[/img] Seems to me that there's too evenly balanced regions of leaves and face, and that the line between the two (i.e., the plane of the model's face) is nearly in the middle - a very balanced, static composition. If you mask off some of the top, and a bit on the right (to nearly her chin), you put the plane of her face nearly one-third down from the top, and the cherry itself falls nearly one-third in from the right. Then again, this all could be a result of my screen being too small to see your entire image at once.
I like your concept, the model's wonderfully appropriate, and I like the soft, mottled lighting and the intensity of the cherry.
Thanks for sharing, Francois.
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