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I much prefer this one over the last one….and would like to see this on in B/W.
That's an idea worth giving a try… +Jay Patel I have had mixed results on b@w glamour.. As in from viewers…. I tend to really like it…
I like the pose and composition of this one, but would prefer it to be less warm. Beautiful pic!
I love the pose and her facial expression. Even though her lips (and nails) have the sharpest focus, I'm drawn to her eyes. But, being as they're softer focused, my gaze wanders back down to her lips… and then those eyes pull me back again.
I guess I'd like to see her eyes the sharper focal point. Actually, now that I'm considering it, I'd like to see more depth of field overall so that her buttocks looked more lifelike. As is, it looks to me a bit like a painting.
Minutiae aside, really nice image; certainly better than anything I could produce in this genre.
I like the pose & expression here. I don't have a problem with the depth of field, but I do agree that a white balance adjustment to back the warmth off a bit might be good.
Another thing to consider would be your lighting position or crop. I like how the fur borders the image, but with it being one of the brightest parts of the image, my eye is naturally drawn to the blown bits and away from your subject. I am not an expert here, but I would think that distraction isn't a good thing…
I totally missed the focus on this.. I took this at a time where all the buttons on my camera were too much to handle…. and then I had to remember to actually have the model do stuff also…
I like this pose better but I have to agree with +Edward Bartel, the blown highlights on the rug are very distracting. There are also blown highlights on her hand and along her nose that look strange when zoomed in the lightbox (slightly bluish?). I like the pose and expression better, but the exposure is much better on the other one.
HEY, Wait a minute! +Brent Burzycki This is some sorta trick to get us to look at half naked beautiful women isn't it?
I agree the blown highlights are a distraction but a great shot with beautiful curves and color none the less. I am a fan of the B&W's tones as well. Face it +Brent Burzycki I am no help!
+William Hughes I am pretty good at getting people to look at beautiful women…