Jenny

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    1. sharply_done 92 months ago | reply

      An interesting pose, especially with the arms. I can't help but think how this might look if it was radially Photoshopped so that she had another pair of arms.

      A rather bizarre thought, I have to say.

    2. Wespionage 92 months ago | reply

      Great portrait -- I love the range of tones in it.

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      Seen in 3-2-1 (?)

    3. Oldvidhead 92 months ago | reply

      Very direct. Love the stripes against the gray background. Beautifully lit. A real success.

    4. Urban Disturbance 92 months ago | reply

      @sharply: I can't really visualize what you mean...any examples?

    5. pinkfown [deleted] 92 months ago | reply

      Really nice portrait !!!!!!!

    6. sharply_done 92 months ago | reply

      @Urban: I can picture another pair of arms coming out of the triangular areas, perhaps holding/framing her chin, or maybe coming out towards the camera. Something like this.

    7. Homo olympus 92 months ago | reply

      Hi, I've chosen your photo for the competition of the week at Scientist Photographers group, you can follow the scoring in the discussion section of our group! Good Luck!

    8. Sonny 92 months ago | reply

      The light, model, symmetry..ha ha this is fun and quite beautiful portrait.

      A favorite.

    9. SEngstrom 92 months ago | reply

      She is very photogenic and you should definitely do more portraits with her! The photo has an incredibly clean and crisp look that I really like. There are three small things that could improve this IMHO: less air on top; not seeing the back of the chair; some tonal range on the table to take away that floating in the air look. It is a very symmetric composition but for some reason that seems completely immaterial to me for this particular shot (I don't have any generalized preconceived notions about symmetry and centering in composition). I would be very pleased if this was my shot.

    10. Urban Disturbance 92 months ago | reply

      Thanks very much!

    11. Thomas Jones 92 months ago | reply

      Awesome portrait. There could be a little bit more light but besides that it's great!

    12. Gespür für Licht 92 months ago | reply

      Wonderful model & light but I still miss a clear focus. I suspect camera shake

    13. Sonny 92 months ago | reply

      Hilarious suggestions.

      You get the feeling that some people really think that pin sharp focus is necessary for all photographs, that all areas of an image must have a certain level of tonal detail etc.

      I suppose those without talent are eager to cite technical “flaws” in hopes of bringing good work down to their level.

      Folks....are you aware that some people look at photography as an art, not a science? Imagine if oil painters were held to your standards...it would be a pretty boring art world...

    14. Gespür für Licht 92 months ago | reply

      @Sonny: I am all content and not very technical. Technique faszinates me, because: If I set up 45 minutes for a shot its simply disappointing to see that if I need it in big I have to do the whole setup again. I support your point in general that there are many people who are all technical and no content. But this one is not for me ==> invitation to have a look at my pics.

      Cheers

      Frank

    15. SEngstrom 92 months ago | reply

      Sonny, are you aware that some people are trying to analyze what works and what could be better about an image?

    16. JmartL 90 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous lady!

    17. Lesstimeonlinein09 [deleted] 89 months ago | reply

      Great shot, pretty woman.

    18. Djof 89 months ago | reply

      Simple, elegant, effective, beautiful.

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