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Something About Her*
Dec 2004 iso3200

Something About Her*


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Guest 20-Feb-2005 01:38
I think a bare shoulder would have too much light; the top breaks it up nicely and continues the natural frame of the border. As-is is good.
Canon DSLR Challenge17-Feb-2005 03:23
I agree - nice photo! As I am looking at and analyzing it, I am debating with myself about her clothing: would it be better all bare or with the shoulder clothed as well? No I don't think so, the bright shoulder is essential to the composition and all bare would start to tilt the balance in the shot. Conclusion: the amount of clothing and its dark tone are both an essential part of the success of this composition. Anybody else have an opinion about that? --Olaf.dk
Guest 17-Feb-2005 02:44
What a great shot, for all the reasons mentioned previously, and a beautiful model.
Guest 11-Feb-2005 22:55
Now, THIS image cropped so near the face is ACTUALLY good! The reason is that one get to feel that she is leaning against the frame and hence, creating a imaginary frame itself. I like the harse lighting that cuts off at the shadow of the left part of her face as it serves as a boundary for the eye to not travel beyond the image. Good job!
- MS
Carmen11-Feb-2005 20:28
Really nicely done.