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Keeper of the Fire no 2

Keeper of the Fire no 2

It certainly gives it a different look. My first inclination is always to abstract something more - I'm surprised I didn't do this in the first place. I guess I had a certain outcome in mind, and then failed to make subsequent evaluations.

Canon EOS 5D
2s f/14.0 at 70.0mm iso100 full exif

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Robyco05-Mar-2008 11:49
The glow around her profile is more clear at this one !! (V)
Tim May03-Mar-2008 17:12
A wonderful metaphor for the power of ideas.
Alina16-Aug-2007 12:26
Great portrait!
Paradoxal Studio Classic27-Jul-2007 19:15
Majestic !
Roe..16-Jun-2007 12:37
this image shows us what you feel inside..I'm moved..
AL30-Jan-2007 00:31
I like it better too. It gives me a different feel. The earlier one looked as if you're being helplessly consumed by the fire, while this one really highlighted your beauty and warmth.
JSWaters29-Jan-2007 06:52
I agree, but then I knew it the minute Phil suggested the crop. I loved the idea of the image, and I thank those who've added their input so it became that much better. - J
JD29-Jan-2007 06:01
I think I prefer this one as well. I really like how the flames and the hairs in the light are merging to form a glow around the head. Perfect exposure.
Phil Douglis29-Jan-2007 05:46
Glad you learned from this, Jenene. It is much stronger because it is more abstract, and puts greater emphasis on the profile of the beautiful model!
Christine P. Newman29-Jan-2007 02:10
I prefer this one, but I can't tell why. Maybe because your presence seems more vivid.