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Does the carpet match the drapes?
03/02/2012 01:01:37 AM
Does the carpet match the drapes?
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Comment by hmbutler:
I'm kind of glad that your picture doesn't answer that question lol (judging by the eyebrow colour, I would guess no... lol).
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Does the carpet match the drapes?
03/01/2012 12:07:33 PM
Does the carpet match the drapes?
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Comment by Tiny:
Like the composition and whatnot here.
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Does the carpet match the drapes?
02/29/2012 12:40:22 PM
Does the carpet match the drapes?
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Comment by JamesDowning:
Nice image for sure. Great facial expression.

If I wanted to be picky, on my laptop screen her head was a bit blown out, but it looks much better on my LED monitor.
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Does the carpet match the drapes?
02/29/2012 09:56:07 AM
Does the carpet match the drapes?
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Comment by Denielle:
I like the euphemism here. The platinum colored hair does suggest that the "carpet does not match the drapes". The face and pearls seem a little overexposed, which left harsh tones on other parts of the skin. I would to have liked to see a softer overall skin tone (a slight glassiaun blur would have worked well here.
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Does the carpet match the drapes?
02/29/2012 08:24:14 AM
Does the carpet match the drapes?
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Comment by sinistral_leo:
I am sure you know this, but it seems her top half is overexposed while the bottom is under. There are a lot of washed out areas, which is a shame because it is a really nice composition.
(I'm guessing they do match, once she takes the wig off)
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Does the carpet match the drapes?
02/29/2012 04:46:33 AM
Does the carpet match the drapes?
by Eisley

Comment by Giles:
skipping voting on this as i know who it is from your forum miss hap
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Maneater
02/23/2012 09:33:12 PM
Maneater
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Comment by tanguera:
Really awesome framing, and I like the bright caught-by-paparazzi look. I love how comfortable she is with the camera - a bit Marilynesque. I agree with Joshua about shooting up the nose, though. She happens to have a cute one, but it's not generally a very flattering angle for anyone. Also, there is just a bit of an odd greenish tinge in the fur. Don't know if that is intentional or an unwanted byproduct of pp'ing.
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Maneater
02/23/2012 08:56:49 PM
Maneater
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Comment by MinsoPhoto:
One thing to be careful of when composing a portrait is to not shoot up the nose. It is unflattering and awkward to look at. The eyes appear dead with how they are open, or perhaps very sleepy. I would personally have them open a bit more. So same composition but bring the face forward so it is more straight on and open the eyes a bit more and I think this could be a very nice portrait.
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Maneater
02/23/2012 08:47:00 PM
Maneater
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Comment by cowboy221977:
I'm not big into portraits, but the lighting is definitely not right...Maybe from another angle. I do like the composure. I like the model and the pose.
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Maneater
02/23/2012 08:40:44 PM
Maneater
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Comment by GeneralE:
Very evocative ... I think the under-saturated look works well, especially with the framing by the dark hair.

ETA: It looks like you may have used a ring-light/flash -- it makes the catchlights look a bit odd to me, though it could be intentional ...

Message edited by author 2012-02-23 20:43:03.
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