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So bold and elegant at the same time. Wonderful light and texture, and I especially love the color palette.





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Nice location and great setup. The wardrobe colors are very fitting. Nice model too! ;-). Lighting is perfect. Nice work all around! Thanks for looking at my images too.
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Another gem among pearls, again you compose an image that is strongly emotional. Everything convey for that, tonal range, background, her clothes, body language, even her beauty is fitted to produce emotion.
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Sensitive and creative. The slight movement in the model's hair and the flying clouds contrast well with the stone wall and circular window. Very original.
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Another beatiful photo. I have to agree with wath everybody else have already said: the composition, light, colours and the model are absolutely charming. But I have to give a little bit qritique as well :) What distracts me a little bit are the clothes of the model. To my eye the clothes dont fit to the milieu and the general atmosphere of the photo. It is only the clothes, not the girls face or pose. Very good work anyway!
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Great job, Mironova. Everything in this image fits well together and the entire scene works to draw the eye to your model. Great work and thanks for your nice comment on my portfolio page.



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First off, Ellie, I like this image. You love the square as I do.Yet in this case the oval interior frame clashes with the outer square frame. So I feel anyway, after one cup of coffee and some sourdough toast:-) I would try a vertical crop to emphasize the subject and give a more intimate feel. The stonework is nice, but the focus is the girl (you I take it?) and to some extent the oval surrounding you in the inside "frame' Frame within a frame is always good or at least I think so. It is a strong frame too, and is a dominant element so we must work with it, and thus my idea of a vertical emphasis to match the oval. It also might have just a touch too yellow in the sky, maybe not, I can't say for sure...


I hope that is worth a variation or two as you experiment.You have a nice touch with your work and I wish you all the best. gs

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