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Published: Tuesday 2nd of June 2009 03:35:50 PM
John WOW! I am agree with you, I like the both styles. Alberto
A very beautiful picture
Ricardo Maximo Lopez D'Angelo
Excellent ... Regards.
John, My preference is for the cropped version. This is because it looks more like it was done in a studio. Jim Phelps
All I could think of was "What a great lamp!" Is she available in pairs?? Thanks, but I really don't need the shade. Wonderful, fun idea and great simplicity of composition, even in the uncropped version. I like that the shadows are not obvious and the tones are excellent. Beautiful!!!!!
It may be preferred like this ..
Very nice overall. Love the pose and composition. To me the original version is much more appealing than the cropped version.
Very good work. I prefer the original post (no crop).
John, I am also attaching the original size for you. Rgds.
Thank you my friend, it's fine like that too. I left the bed on purpose, just a matter of taste I guess, though it's not necessarily better .. however, the contrast is off in the original, I was on my laptop. Just came home, I will correct that.
John, I think you will not mind if it looks like this and also It will not becomes too simulated studio like for you ... Rgds.
What an awesome idea. A beautiful sculpture for the bedside table...fantastic! I might crop out the closet (?) door...definitely leave the bed, though.
I prefer the original image because it affords a greater sense of place. The cropped image could have been taken anywhere. But, then, I'm partial to environmental portraiture.
Great pose, she resembles a sculpture.
Both versions are excellent , maybe the first one is closer to your style, you do have an excellent eye to capture the women´s beauty either in color or B&W, well done and best regards John, / Salvador
Marvelous John, I particularyly like the hand gesture.
John, I love the pose and expression on this very seductive model. Both photos are excellent but my preference is for the cropped version...keeping full attention on the pose of the model with no possible distractions. Again, that's strictly a personal preference and nothing more.
Untitled I'm on a laptop and cannot judge the intensity of the greys .. I may have to correct on my return