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    Another photo from a group studio night with Mark Coventry.
    The lovely Tori......Fully clothed I will add

    Tori by Jeff Cranwell, on Flickr
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    I would be happy with that Jeff. Lovely pose with Mona Lisa smile, good lighting and placement to the right of the frame. Did it need the scalp? Not sure and as I don't have the full shot for comparison, I go with your judgement.
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    A lovely shot...nice lighting...and soft glow to her skin. Not sure about the offset framing...but it makes me look into the shot more so I think it’s a positive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by colin C View Post
    I would be happy with that Jeff. Lovely pose with Mona Lisa smile, good lighting and placement to the right of the frame. Did it need the scalp? Not sure and as I don't have the full shot for comparison, I go with your judgement.
    Cheers Colin,

    I prefered the crop to the top over the non scalped version
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    Quote Originally Posted by brianvickers View Post
    A lovely shot...nice lighting...and soft glow to her skin. Not sure about the offset framing...but it makes me look into the shot more so I think it’s a positive.

    Thanks Brian,

    I do like leaving space on one side or the other.

    Probably from taking shots at the cat rescue and avoiding clutter in the frame.... has made me partial to this type of style
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    Default Re: Au Naturel

    lovely shot

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stan View Post
    lovely shot
    Cheers Stan
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    A lovely natural portrait
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpringfieldPhoto View Post
    A lovely natural portrait
    Many thanks Alan
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