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Published: Thursday 29th of January 2004 07:57:35 PM
Hi John, I love the way you always manage to capture the skin tones and use diagonal lines. Tony
Jesper, no, I had a look at the original. I think it's just mascara around the eyes.
As mentionned by Claude, the reflection in the eyes is a bit disturbing and with the model a bit more on the left side would have given more impact to your picture. The smile is very attractive and the slight overexposure enhances the quality of the picture. Good work!
Very nice portrait (and model :)).
I agree with Stefano (on both points ;) One thing though, I'd like to see a bit more of a sparkle in her eyes. There is a bit of a reflection, but I think if it was stronger, that would add some more expression to the picture. I'm beying picky here, and although I like this photo, I can't help thinking that I'd have used a slightly stronger contast as well. Nice shot overall though, and I like the way the light sets off her dark hair from the dark background
Love all your work!
Like the photo, overall. As far as the smile, it is not tensioned - thats a big smile. One thing I do remember from 20 years ago and I don't think it has changed - natural smiles are symmetrical and even - posed, tensioned "say cheese" smiles are not symmetrical and are uneven.
Hey John, how come she's clothed.....:)
Jesper de Jong
Lovely model, nice photo. The black in the corners of her eyes and mouth looks a little strange to me (did you edit something here?) and the whole photo seems a bit soft.
Gianfranco ... look properly!
David D O`Brien
Love your work. You are a master of your medium.
Just an everyday girl ... Brad, thank you. I rarely personalize my presentations, but the young lady in quesiton is indeed gorgeous, from every perspective. Unfortunately, I have lost contact with her, after corresponding with her for a long time. If she reads this, I hope she will get in touch with me again ... :-)