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Old 17-01-2021, 12:16 AM
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Cool First time posting an image!

I've been signed up to IceInSpace for a while, but due to a whole host of ridiculous technical issues, I've never gotten far with astronomy. I didn't realise there was an off topic section!
I've been into portraiture for a long while, and I'm about to get back into landscapes, so it will be great to get thoughts and feedback from here!
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Old 17-01-2021, 11:46 AM
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It's a fine shot. Comments follow:


Positive
  • Bokeh looks really good, particulary on the center right of the image
  • Vellus is well defined with backlighting, giving it a natural appeal
  • Depth of field is great, keeps your attention on the face and eyes


Negative
  • Something about her left hand doesn't look natural to me. Seems like her thumb is as long as her fingers, which gives it an odd look.
  • Lens flare is overdone and the resulting colors distracts from the overall composition
  • The softness of her nose does not align with the fine details of her lips.
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