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  1. SkyAce2004

    SkyAce2004 New Member

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    cute girl, nice tits
     
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    she's directly in the center, though the tree trunks sit at 1/3. it works i think.

    nice picture.
     
  4. IntheWorks

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    it's a good shot, but I would have framed it a bit different... more like this

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  5. SkyAce2004

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    that works to :dunno:
     
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    Her face is too dead-center. You should have framed so we could see less over her head and more of her tits.
     
  7. peoplescar

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    head is too centered for sure. you want to move it over to the left or right of the frame. makes for a more dynamic shot. nothing a little photoshop can't help.
     
  8. SkyAce2004

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    i dont get all the hate with the picture being centered. its trees on either side of her. you would rather have more tree stump in a picture than her face? i was under the impression that portrait shots are meant to be centered?
     
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    You could have framed the picture the same but move the model. Have her lean on one of the trees. That'll allow you to keep the frame by the trees and keep your subject off of center.

    I personally do centered portraits only if I'm doing headshots.
     
  10. GlobeGuy

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    This is my attempt at crop

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  11. peoplescar

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    that makes it much better :) just slightly off center helps a lot.
     
  12. SkyAce2004

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    meh, i dont like it. if anything, a tighter crop would work, but off center doesnt work for this picture.
     
  13. peoplescar

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    yes it does. with it right in the center you don't look at the picture as a whole, you only look at the object in the center.
     

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