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Phil Douglis01-Dec-2006 21:33
I agree with the previous comments, Ai Li --this is an image that draws the viewer into it and elicits a compassionate response. However, I would suggest taht you watch your edges more carefully. There is something coming out of the back of the head that disrupts the flow of the image -- a merger. To eliminate mergers, try to shift vantage point until you can either block them or crop them out.
sebas veldhuisen19-Nov-2006 08:22
Wonderful! The picture is perfect to me: the colour of the voys skin blends with the soil and the scratches in the table. Vote
Mostafa Moftah02-Nov-2006 22:07
Wonderful POV, wonderful crop.. ~V~
Ray :)05-Oct-2006 21:48
This is just so adorable and captures the heart.
Really special and worthy of more than PBase.
Stu Egan05-Oct-2006 11:46
Beautiful portrait shot, great angle.
Guenter Eh25-Sep-2006 20:32
Perfect balance in this composition - visually and mental!
Ann LT24-Sep-2006 15:35
I love that the child is looking up (an optimistic view)
Gosh,what bright eyes she has and how beautiful she is!!
How can you not fall in love.
Deepthi 23-Sep-2006 14:16
She sees herself in dat drawing..I wish she would be....
Al 22-Sep-2006 20:25
Beautiful shot. The best of the serie. On my monitor though, they all look oversharpen.
Melissa Howard21-Sep-2006 10:40
there are many shots in this series from above and I think they work fabulously - they add a perspective that is unusual which causes us to stop and think more - and given that these kids are often considered "lower" and "less worthy" by those "higher-up" in society makes it very symbolic....not to mention it is purely beautiful -

you might crop up a tad from bottom to remove the 'hoop" of whatever that is intruding by his ear...
Manuel Libres Librodo Jr.20-Sep-2006 13:32
My favorite. Excellent composition. Wonderful story.:)
Guest 19-Sep-2006 01:41
My favourite of the lot...
JD18-Sep-2006 15:59
Excellent angle, composition, and superb warm light. He is looking at you in a very open way, without hiding anytghing. Voted.
Adrian Reilly18-Sep-2006 15:34
Unique and beautiful angled portrait. V
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