Thank you. My eyes must have a problem, since I don't really see the blur issues. Perhaps there is too much spread in the top to bottom correction in my glasses.
The top crop is a great idea. I had already experimented with it some. Actually almost no processing; just exposure and levels to spread out the histogram. A little clarity and vibrance in RAW because that seems to help all images.
This is my first real attempt at street photos, it was late evening and with no flash needed lots of light somehow. I'll have to go back and experiment some more.
First Impressions Hmm.. good potential, but snapshottish feel to it and blur issues. I gave this a 2 during voting.
Photograph Information, Technicals & Composition Review Tough - with the image as is, I'd hazard a guess that either going for a very surreal and 'out there' kind of image: blurred up and processed heavily, or otherwise, maybe toning adjustments, as the greens clash. A shutter speed of 1/50 for street photography, is an unusual choice, unless you were aiming for some motion effect, in which case I think this needed more/slower shutter speed. But with an ISO of 500, it doesn't seem that that is the case.
Compositionally, I'm not sure what to suggest. I think definitely a big trim off the top would help, otherwise depends what you had to work with originally.
Comments, Score & Placement Review 403/418 - is low down, and your score of 4.47 is also telling of the reception of the image. I think it was both the subject matter, but also the way it has been portrayed (not focussed). As mentioned above, I think there is potential, but the model is not able to be directed by you and you take your time capturing an image, so you're left with trying to capture a street candid that requires a faster shutter speed and/or a variation in context/framing/etc.
You received two helpful comments, one of which extremely so.
Summary Possibly good potential, but you need to be quick in these situations. Portraying your vision in an image is sometimes very difficult to do. Your viewers weren't there and all they see is a 'fresh take' on the 'frozen moment'.
I'm assuming you didn't set this shot up and she was made up for something else? It's a great setup for a shot and a good concept but the execution is not good, it's very out of focus and she looks mid blink. So much potential.