Thanks for the feedback and all the wonderful information. I appreciate the heads up on the rules of engagement. The lifeguard was laying out right in front of the jobsite, so I assumed not to do that to her there in that moment. Besides, I wanted to speak to the Mrs. about taking photos of other women before I seriously engaged that situation Give me five, I'm still alive. She was appreciate of me offering to delete the photo etc...maybe next time if the circumstances are different.
I love your suggestions and feedback, thank you. When I revisit this one I am thinking of lowering the noise in the darker clouds. The part I struggled with was the jacket. It is so dark and it felt very "fake" any lighter than where it is now. Any suggestions?
My original posted version was with the concept of tagging it as "Street Photography". My understanding is that it is not supposed to be processed much. I am not very informed needless to say, do you know if that is true? I did alter another at the same time with a little darker feel to it, but tried not to over process it. I was not very happy, but posted it below for reference.
This is a darker version of street photography version.
This is a a tighter crop, although not 1/3 still includes some of fencing. This is "angrier version".
Tighter crop of the darker street photography version.
1/3 crop of the "angrier version".