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    Eye Candy

    Eye Candy

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    Re: Eye Candy

    Hi Joanne,
    my first thought; other than I liked this picture, was that it needed to be cropped on the left side removing the emerging side of the face.
    However, after careful consideration and giving myself a long talking too, I actually think you have got things about right and nothing should be changed.
    Well done another interesting and well executed composition.

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    Re: Eye Candy

    Lovely mono.

    I'd personally like to see less black on the white of her eye on the outside corner though, just for a cleaner image.

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    Re: Eye Candy

    I like this image! I would not change a thing, the space on the left IMO gives depth.
    I think selective coloring would be fun for this image..

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    Re: Eye Candy

    I like it just as it is Joanne, one for the wall me thinks, well done

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    Re: Eye Candy

    like this a lot... maybe the left side noise is a little too for me defined but that's a fine photograph

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    Re: Eye Candy

    Joanne, I really like your photos!
    I agree with Daisy to the extent that I would at least like to see what this photo looks like without the large dark area under the lashes. I suspect you could do this with some layer masking during processing
    Regardless, I do like this photo. You will have to share with me your post processing techniques

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