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    The Scent of a Flower

    The Scent of a Flower

    My friend took this and would like some feed back... Please comment.


    -Jaimes 12 years-

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    Re: The Scent of a Flower

    Jaime

    I think you must have joined up after I left on vacation three or so weeks ago. So - hello from me.

    The biggest problem we have with this one, I think, is that it's pretty small. We can't really see it all that well to be able to give some feedback. Are you able to post it at a larger size?

    You may have already asked for help on posting images, but if you have any questions about how to get them into posts at a bigger size, then just ask.

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    Re: The Scent of a Flower

    yep'er, I agree with Donald.

    What is that in her hand?

    Dutch tilt...

    Lower POV

    Wider (more environment) would help place the composition

    good start!!
    paul

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    Re: The Scent of a Flower

    This is the biggest photo I can find my friend took it and wanted feed back......

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    Re: The Scent of a Flower

    I'll give it a try, Jaime!

    From what can be seen, it appears that the girl's face is on the soft side, which is a good thing ... it matches the mood of the image. I would withhold judgment on the composition until I have seen a larger size image ... I can see why some might want to see a wider view but the close-up version that is presented might actually be more compelling, assuming that the detail in the face is pleasing to the eye (composition is highly subjective ...) It appears that the right cheek and the area just below the left eye might be over-exposed, while the hollow areas of the closed eyes might be under-exposed; again, a larger size would be beneficial in making a more definite determination. Cheers!

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