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Published: Sunday 2nd of June 2002 06:34:25 PM
Classy A very high quality shot. One of your best.
wonderful feel to this image!
stupenda! Sei GRANDE John!
This one (To me) is one of your best, beautiful i love it, composition, posing, lighting, tones and model are very nice. As a matter of taste I would crop a little only at the bottom.
This is great, John. A soft cuddly woman making direct eye contact with the viewer is totally pleasing - a great pin up! One slight problem is that the foot is too close to the matt, almost making contact and that seems to draw my attention when it should not. Just another random thought is that cropping out the legs altogether by cropping just so that both knees show gives a more intimate feeling to the image. . . . Heck, now I'm playing with the image mentally and discovered that after the last crop, it looks very good rotated 90 degree cc. But I guess that is what a great image does - it makes the viewer mentally play with it. Regards, Jerry
Aesthetics 4, Originality 5 She needed something light behind her and to the left.
Rick, people often tell me I should have done something differently. But then, if I had .....
One of your best. How did you light this?
John, I bounced a flash attached to the camera off the wall to the left.
Hy Jerry .. for some reason, the image won't open any more .. : -)
I took some time today to look at parts of your portfolio and immediately found this to my liking. I decided to comment on it, only to discover I already did so, a decade or so ago. My memory seems to be going but my tastes seem to continue.
If I make it another decade I probably will stumble onto this again and immediately like it. Maybe I should move it to my favorites folder.
Regards, and Happy New Year,
I got your message. I just went to my favorites list and find it safe and secure. I even opened it and am looking at it as I write these words. Perhaps they have some kind of glitch in the system. I declared this one of my favorites right after I made the recent comment, so perhaps my removing it from my list would make it reappear. Or perhaps the fact that I am looking at it now has already made it come back. Or perhaps I should go to my original comment and try to declare it a favorite at that location.
I find that by dragging the picture to my desktop, it automatically makes a psd copy. I will keep that intact, should it be best to send it to you.
I may have performed a unique action, with the decade delay and all. Check with Photo.net and then let me know which action I should take. Sorry for the problem.