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growing upward and down

growing upward and down

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Date: Sun June 15, 2008
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Vladimir, this is just almost a perfect photo! The only thing I can see that would be better is a crop to take out the bust at top. It's cut through by the frame, which to me is almost always disturbing. And it doesn't seem to increase the understanding of the woman for me. Excellent placement of her hair against the dark rectangle, by the way.

#1 Sun June 15, 2008 11:31pm

Thank you very much, Chris! ))) I left the bust because it is involved into the idea. The dark rectangle directs the woman's vertical hair-dress upwards to the man's beard (which grows downward! ))) It is obvious for me only I am afraid Sad So, the link 'hair-dress - beard' is just what I was going to show. It seems to be better if I would include the bust completely but, unfortunately, it was cut - street reportage! Anyway, thank you very much, Chris! Smile Vlad
#2 Mon June 16, 2008 3:46pm

I see it now. Perhaps it would make more sense to me by cropping some off the left and making it a vertical shot.

#3 Mon June 16, 2008 6:15pm

Lol ... I got it and I am not always the quickest in these things! That is quite a "beehive" hairstyle - I have not seen one since the late 60s early 70s! Viv
#4 Mon June 16, 2008 7:30pm

I agree, Chris, it is a good idea to crop the left side. I will try.
Viv, the only answer is that some people are still living in 60s and 70s! Smile
#5 Tue June 17, 2008 8:56pm

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