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02-07-2020, 02:53 AM - 5 Likes   #1
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02-07-2020, 04:01 AM   #2
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I like it more in B&W! nice model
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QuoteOriginally posted by Prohibitiory Quote
I like it more in B&W! nice model
Agree. Colour version seems just a little too saturated to me.
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Excellent. I'll go the other way and say that I prefer the colour version... Very complementary sandy / golden / brown tones, with some nice contrasts from the models top and CKs.

This is the second shot I've seen today with central positioning of a model in landscape format. It's really not something I would think of doing, but I have to say it works well

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I'd go with the colour version, I usually prefer going to black and white when the subject is already pretty much black and white or very high contrast.

Sometimes wonder if the fact that I grew up using black and white means it's less special for me.
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+1 for color
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Nice photo and model!
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Black & White (barely)

02-07-2020, 07:21 PM   #9
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Your portraits are all technically very good, any critique I could add would be a matter of personal preference and not useful. I looked at some of the other portraits on your web site and this one is more unconventional, but depending on what you are trying to achieve, it is equally good. Thank you for sharing!
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Would be better if the portrait was shot as a portrait and not a landscape.
Everything else looks good.
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Black and White has strong definition, well taken and processed.
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I like the one with colors, I think is great image
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i like them a lot!

PS. In the color one i would like to have a brighter exposure of her legs below the knees.
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This is very interesting. The landscape orientation and heavy vignetting add to the mystery of the beautiful woman approaching from out of the unknown. Love it.
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QuoteOriginally posted by Mikesul Quote
This is very interesting. The landscape orientation and heavy vignetting add to the mystery of the beautiful woman approaching from out of the unknown. Love it.
Exactly my feelings too. I very much like the hint of mystique it portrays.

The OP has a recognizable processing flair he's displayed for us before in some other photo shares. I like it. A lot. Clean. Defined. Simple.

EDIT: Vnosek, are you using just a two-light set, key and hairlight?

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