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Very nice Hi key....
Beautifully done! V
wow - this i amazing, v
It is admirable, artistic and particularly beautiful. BV !
It's a wonderful work, Yves! I like the way you express your idea! V
Outstanding! You certainly succeeded Yves, attention is drawn to her beautiful face! (Very rare when I am presented with a beautiful naked female form...) HUGE VOTE!
I like much here the treatment and the high light
Chon Chat Tock
Excellent use of the baby! I hope to achieve something like this long time ago but didn't succeed. You've done it! V!
A Dreamy image !!!
excellent..unique and so well done
Wow ! Gorgeous.
Great work !!
you really get the result you wanted !! (V)
Couldn't be better...
Well done! I'm looking at picking up a lensbaby for my SD10 soon - hope my results are 1/10000 as good as yours.
Naoki Hayashi's Photo Gallery
Wow. Just beautiful photograph!! You use nice effect!!
C'est très réussi, ce sont effectivement les formes (élégantes) qui dominent dans cette photo raffinée.
A very striking image, with a beautiful glow.
what an incredible effect. well done.
It is only after a second visit that I realize that the shot was achieved through a Lensbaby. I must admit that I never understood why a top photographer would buy a multi thousand bucks camera and attempt to create a "cheap" camera feel. After seeing the Lensbaby gallery and reverting back to this shot I must admit to defeat. You have proven the artistic quality that the "baby" produces. I like the portrait feel but in all honesty, with a stunning model like this, an image does not need any blur. ;¬)
I love the face and the blur but the blur may have been slightly over done. The best balance would have been with either a sharp cut back or the entire arm, both in and outside in similar focus as the face. The attention here is on the figure but you have focussed it purely on the face by blurring the figure.
Well, you succeeded!
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