Thanks Samer. Yea i usually get some CA under these type of conditions with the 50mm.Fred,
The first one is stunning. I could stare at that one for a while...
actually, I think I will :biggrin:
Second one is good but I much prefer the first. Is there some CA on the outline of the dress there?
Thanks so much for sharing!
Thanks Graeme. She wore very little makeup for the shoot - it's all Kasia's natural beautyLove the first image Fred.......... as natural as natural can be.
Thanks - I agree, it is a very pretty name.Very nice, and a Kasia is a beautiful name as well.
Thanks Woody. The way the bench interrupts the flow of her arms? Now that you say that, it does bother me. Actually, I also shot her hands from the side.......doh!! :frown:I like the subtle attitude in the first shot. I don't like her hands being cut off in the second.
Hands communicate, and in a composition like this a big part of the story is missing along with the hands.
Outstanding technicals and PP.
Thanks, I really appreciated the kind words.#2 is great. It captures her personality and warmth.
Thanks Tom! I agree on the hands.Love the first shot Fred. Beautiful!
I do agree with Woody about the hands in the second shot. The skin tone also looks odd to me in this one for some reason.
Thanks Eric - I agree!Really love the first one Fred. She is truly beautiful..