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Date Uploaded: Aug 12, 2006

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08/12/2006 01:17:57 PM
What happened? Did she lose her key outside the verandah or something, and was looking for it?
08/12/2006 01:00:30 PM
I'm in agreement and thought the same myself.
08/12/2006 01:13:51 AM
Example of how a different crop can transform a photo. In this case, I followed the "golden rule" of placing the models eyes/nose at roughly thirds in the frame. The original is titled "The Look", something better emphasized in the upper image -- according to my eye at least.

I find concentrating on the eyes or center of a face and puting them somewhere in a "rule of thirds" position provides a great starting point for framing portraits. I try hard to take all my original shots with this in mind. It's SO easy to forget and snap the subject dead center.

The original photo is by crystaline, who has being sharing lots of wonderufl "nudes in nature" with us.

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Message edited by author 2006-08-12 01:27:26.


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