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by Peri John

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Gallery: Glamour Photography 2

Tags: nude seeking critique

Category: Nude and Erotic

Exif Information:
Orientation : 1
X Resolution : 72.0000000
Y Resolution : 72.0000000
Software : Adobe Photoshop 7.0

Published: Monday 13th of April 2009 10:28:19 AM


Comments

Jim Phelps
John, I do not understand the title, but I like the image. The slight blue color cast works with the facial expression to give a dramatic/moody look to the image. Jim Phelps

Salvador Penaloza
Hi John, another great shot, I like the way you use the light and your compositions, excellent done, congratulations and best regards // Salvador

Shiva Charles
I like the cold blue cast that the picture has and I also like how the model looks. Cool picture.

James Baeza
I really like this John. One thing though. The glow around her lower right leg is a little distracting and looks somewhat artificial in relation the the rest of the processing applied to the image. If it were a little more diffuse or not even there at all it would greatly enhance this otherwise wonderful image in my opinion. As I'm sure you know I'm a big fan of blue.

John Peri
Well, understandably, some may prefer a more traditional approach, so here it is in black and white

Bob Kurt
7-7 Another great creation....The contrasts of color and composition are superb!

Jim Phelps
John, I definitely prefer the color version. Jim Phelps

Michael C
Very nice image John... I like it! Michael

John Peri
Thaks Jim. I take note of your comment (many thanks) and will study it. I wonder though if the leg would not disappear if it was in the shade ....

John Peri
Jim, the statue in the background is Saraswati .. the godess of wisdom

James Baeza
Hi John. On the black and white version her leg may blend in too much but with regards to the colour version I do not think it matters. The black of the legging should separate itself from the wood floors. Just my thoughts upon revisiting this image.

John Peri
Saraswati .. diety of wisdom actually, there are two of them ..

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