Hi there Jim, the colors are really nice, and her expression is quite storytelling, maybe a little bit more air surrounding her face would have been nicer. This in order to enhance her staring pose. Also a lower POV would have been good for the overall aesthetic of the shot. Thanks for sharing!
Jasenka’s cropping suggestion is the one that truly nails it mate! Just follow her advice, you have a fantastic portrait, a bit eerie yeah, but that doesn’t diminishes its beauty. Take it to the next level with a tighter crop.
I really like this one Chris, maybe some of the distractions could be shut down simply by converting it to black and white, but I’m sure that you wont do it jaja. I do love the colours, but as Dahlia pointed out, the background is a bit distracting, but not that much.
The trick with double and multiple exposures is to use whole images as composition blocks that will build upon a larger composition. What Jasenka pins out is extremely valuable, this shot deserves a higher level of complexity, otherwise it stays in the “interesting trick” zone. Sometimes scale differ and make it even odder to juxtapose or blend…[Read more]
Mucho mucho processing indeed, but it is still an extremely well performed composition. My favorite thing is how clean and well balanced this photo is. Also the processing makes it look very much like mid century film, which is always a delight. Thanks a lot for sharing this one mate.
After all the progress there isn’t much more to be said here, great shot Petr, not too fan of the vertical cropping though, I would love to see the same processing but in the original frame for further (different and horizontal) cropping.
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