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Sweet Romance
01/10/2007 07:38:13 PM
Sweet Romance
by MissyKay

Comment:
The angling of the shot is fantastic. I think I would like this one so much more if the subjects didn't look so disinterested in one another... Overall, this composition is a well-earned 7 from me.
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gaby
01/10/2007 07:36:44 PM
gaby
by arsenal

Comment:
This is my favorite kind of portrait: the casual candid taken against an undistracting though nevertheless common contextual background. It is so obviously NOT a studio pose that it works far better emotively than something that is obviously contrived. Thanks so much for sharing!
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Blushing Bride
01/10/2007 07:35:08 PM
Blushing Bride
by HawesPhotoKC

Comment:
Okay...seriously, I know you were going for a nice effect of isolating the color of the eyes against the rest of this composition, and you've done a fine job of that, but I find the effect very unflattering and...well...a little creepy even. Post-challenge, I might suggest two-toning this in a dark blue to match the hue of the eyes and complement--not isolate--them. Just a suggestion. 6 from me.
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The Bedouin within
01/10/2007 07:33:13 PM
The Bedouin within
by HighNooner

Comment:
While this is duotone, one might argue that it's not technically black and white. I hope the voters will not do you a huge injustice for that, but I'm inclined to say that I think the brown two-tone (or at least this bright a hue of it) was a poor choice for this subject. There needs to be greater contrast to frame the face.
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She
01/10/2007 07:31:17 PM
She
by Joey Lawrence

Comment:
Not sure I'm buying the incongruity of a handsomely dressed young woman and a garden hose, but the execution and overall composition of this photo is amazing. 10 from me.
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Smirky
01/10/2007 07:30:21 PM
Smirky
by jenesis

Comment:
Hehe...I love it. Reminds me of something off the cover of a old-fashioned Sears catalog.
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Imogen
01/10/2007 07:29:29 PM
Imogen
by silver_avocado

Comment:
This one is lovely. I just wish it didn't appear overexposed. Try tweaking your brightness and contrast settings.
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in between.
01/10/2007 07:28:53 PM
in between.
by ShannonLee

Comment:
I love the framing effect of the two buses in this shot. I think you could probably draw just a tad more from it by applying a blur brush to that background. Overall, a 7 from me.
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These Eyes
01/10/2007 07:25:04 PM
These Eyes
by scmaxfield

Comment:
I looks like you may have used a blur tool on the left eye, perhaps to make an unintentional blue from the camera appear more intentional. Focus is definitely drawn to the right eye, and I suspect that's what you were going for. But I'm not convinced that it's working for this composition. Have you considered simply cropping the left eye out entirely, generating a more rectanglar composition that ends at the nose bridge?
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Your eyes
01/10/2007 07:23:16 PM
Your eyes
by Valdo

Comment:
Elegantly simple. Reminds me of an homage to an older generation's school portraits.
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