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Rob Nelson It was getting quite dark and I was fighting for light in this shot. I... (show more)

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Matthew Saville Hi Rob,I think you've assessed the situation, in hindsight, very well. Dropping the shutter speed down to 1/200, and your ISO to 100, would have allowed you... (show more)

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Matthew Saville Stunning job, very clean and very editorial! I wish that a key light had been low enough to make a sparkle in her eyes just a bit brighter, but it's still... (show more)

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Matthew Saville Hi Matt,This image is simply submitted as an assignment image, so that's usually all that we critique.Editorially speaking, though, sure, it could be a page... (show more)

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Allison Fanning Any critique on this image?

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Shriyan If she is looking i would give some space or directions towards right by placing subject more to left. Also you could reduce the sky a bit since this sky is... (show more)

Butch Layson Want your opinion. She is a fitness model but we always try to shoot... (show more)

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Nicholas Githiri The lighting and reflection are good but her pose looks off can't tell if shes posing or dancing

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Bogdan-Alexandru Bucur Any critique/feedback is welcome!

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Dave Hardison Love it.  Great use of empty space, great use of lighting, great use of shadow and architecture.  The only thing I would change is that one of the... (show more)

Michael Deaton I’m just looking for a general critique/constructive criticism.... (show more)

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Dave Hardison I think the idea is fun, but I agree with the others that the lawn chair is distracting from the effect rather than adding to it.  You might be better... (show more)

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Eileen Devereux Does the fact that the earring is out of focus pull too much focus from... (show more)

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Matthew Saville Hi Eileen,I think the focus on the earring only matters depending on the usage of the photo. In other words, if you're hoping to sell this as an editorial... (show more)

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