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Any feedback would be appreciated. Thank you in advance.
Exif Data
  • Canon EOS 70D
  • TAMRON 17-50mm f/2.8 Di II A16
  • f/10
  • 32mm
  • 1/200
  • 100

9 Comments

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  1. A
    David Hill

    Try to create ‘angles’ at joints for amore flattering look. Try to avoid the joint going the wrong way as is the case here. Dave

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    • Jonathan Tineo

      I honestly didn’t even see or notice this, thank you very much i appreciate your comments.. great catch

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  2. B
    David Hill

    Observe how her arm is ‘bulging’ here. Something most ladies want to avoid. Experiment with a different arm position to get the bicep ‘away from the body’ which helps with that…..Dave

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  3. C
    David Hill

    I love the dramatic lighting…a look that I enjoy! Nice one! Dave

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  4. D
    David Hill

    Personal preference I guess but not so keen on the heavy vignette. So a little subjective Im afraid. Dave

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    • Jonathan Tineo

      i agree with the vignette. i was so excited to post my first image i didn’t spend enough time reviewing my work. i greatly appreciate you 

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  5. E
    David Hill

    I think that the image benefits from cropping everything to the right of this mark out. I just zoomed in on here to re cropped. But I appreciate that moves away from your vision and onto mine! Dave

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    • Jonathan Tineo

      i wanted to keep a 4×6 dimension crop and if i crop the areas to the right of her then i would lose her shoe and foot and i didn’t want to take that away

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  6. F
    David Hill

    I expect that you are aware that ‘broad lighting’ makes a face look ‘wider’ than it is. Something she may he very happy with. But she has a ’round face’ (not meant rudely to her of course!) so it probably looks bigger than it is in really life. Dave

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