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12/08/2005 02:36:23 PM · #1
this portrait.

Thanks, George.
12/08/2005 03:10:57 PM · #2
I see that no one has commented but I like it. The model has a very nice profile.
12/08/2005 03:11:04 PM · #3
anybody else?
12/08/2005 03:12:34 PM · #4
I like the use of negative space and the profile view, but the image looks a bit flat to me and I wish you hadn't cropped the chin.
12/08/2005 03:13:45 PM · #5
Originally posted by idnic:

I like the use of negative space and the profile view, but the image looks a bit flat to me and I wish you hadn't cropped the chin.


I was going to say something about the chin. I'm not a fan of where it is cropped.

Nice work
12/08/2005 03:18:59 PM · #6
I thought it'll look better with the chin cropped...
12/08/2005 03:20:42 PM · #7
I think it's a bit of where it's cropped. Try either higher or lower and see what happens...
12/08/2005 03:25:15 PM · #8
The chin is one of the prominent facial features which helps each person to look unique. IMO cropping the chin is like cropping the eyes.
12/08/2005 04:18:31 PM · #9
How about this one?
12/08/2005 04:21:18 PM · #10
I like that better! Now it looks very artsy and intentional and the negative space works so nicely with her downcast glance.
12/08/2005 04:26:51 PM · #11
Added a comment.
12/08/2005 04:42:00 PM · #12
Thanks fotomann & idnic.
12/08/2005 05:38:30 PM · #13
What should I do to improve the photo?
12/08/2005 06:09:19 PM · #14
left one on the site
12/08/2005 06:39:10 PM · #15
thx
12/08/2005 06:59:06 PM · #16
Originally posted by Giorgio:

How about this one?


Much better than the one with the cropped chin.
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