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Old 05-08-2009, 12:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Dutch Ivona in Doel/Antwerp Belgium last week. Interested what you think of these pics.

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I like the look and feel of the images. Would say #1 I like best. To me the model seems to fit right in. Only nit would be on #3. Maybe add a bit of a reflector so the shadow coming off her nose isn't so harsh. Keep shootin'

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I like #1 and find #2 an interesting concept. I wish you had taken it from a different angle so that the industrial cooling tower was more to the models left making it more prominent in the background. For me, this would have added an interesting compositional element to the interpretation of the photo. I like the contrast in all three. Very nice!
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Thanks guys. I'm just experimenting and appreciate your comment!

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feeling these.

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Really like her expression in the first image and the way the light is interacting with her legs, the bench, and her face. Seems like there could/should be a secondary light adding definition or separation to her torso though.

I agree that the plant tower in the second image could have been positioned out from behind her body (someone should have moved it for you, how heavy can it actually be?)

Again the light is doing amazing things on her legs, the bench, and the ground immediately surrounding her feet in the third image.

Perhaps all three images could use a bit of contrast applied via curves. I really dig the foregrounds and subject in 1 & 3, the backgrounds are the weaker elements in these images. Nice job though.
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