- alin-m (2564)
- [2009-11-04 5:39]
- shelbeesmom (58278)
- [2009-11-04 5:46]
Nice modeling shot Edward! I love the perspective here, making her look extremely tall, which is always preferred in models! Love that blue blue sky. The wires make an interesting lead in line to the model! Nice work!
- pozaru (21386)
- [2009-11-04 5:54]
I'm very glad to see you're bsck with another great work of yours.
Excellent low POV, excellent perspective !
- Beger (23042)
- [2009-11-04 6:54]
We have missed your photos! Nice to see you are back!
The extreme low POV makes a glamorous portrait! As Linda said, it made the look of your model so tall!
The light is finely rendered. I like the lit contrast of your model against this deep blue sky. Final touch, the nice perspective of the electric poles and lines intersecting this lovely young woman! Bravo! Annie
- caledonia (31)
- [2009-11-04 9:15]
Nice to see you back, I have missed your distinct style and those delightful stocking tops, the lovely deep sky really projects the model.
- rewshearer (24649)
- [2009-11-04 11:45]
Cool shot. I like the low POV. Good wardrobe!
Not so keen on the power pole protruding into the shot on the right, but to remove it would then involve removing the wires also, and that would impact on the gradient of the sky so I understand your choice.
- Teresat (15934)
- [2009-11-04 12:08]
Boa noite Edward
Great to see u...itīs a joy to revisited good photos,
Love the perspective and "pepper" of your innocence lovely lady.
The Point of View is really adding some drama in the image! Just for a thought if this was my image I may have preferred:
1. To crop out the electric pole on right side.
2.Blur the sky to get rid of banding in the sky.( Did you have used polarizer with wide angle lens?)
- Urfaust (13317)
- [2009-11-13 2:20]
simply an effective pov.. over a fabolous model..
light is strong and so well combinated with the bg on the blue sky!!
excellent the final visual effect.. really impressive!
thanks, my friend