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Regards,

Armando

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The image itself is wonderful Armando but I struggle with the skin of the lady ... it is too smooth for my taste ... especially compared to the fingers of her right hand which appear to be a bit dirty ... but I am more into edges and corners anyway :)


Never mind the words ... just hum along and keep on going...

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Thanks for the comments

 

I noticed her fingers while processing the image, it is neglected nail polish, quite hard to notice while shooting, I regard this as something the model should take care by herself, often they do not realize thee camera doesn't forgive, regarding her skin she  got makeup , I did nothing to it in PP , and I was actually surprised how smooth it looked

 


Regards,

Armando

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Guest pisq

nice portrait, I don't mind the fingers, matches the mood

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excellent job Armando - Mongo really likes this image.

 

It has great :-

 

Expression/emotional content

balance in its framing as an almost square image due to position of her arms/doorway/foliage

B/W tones & contrast

character on the door frame

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I like this fine image.

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