Going through life with the lens cap off
I like this picture, but it looks too close in for me to represent "solitude." Maybe if it was her sitting on a vaster "tableau" with no one around... For me, it evokes an odd combination of attitude and calm reflection. There's a certain "lost in thought" look to her face...
Good point, Matt. I changed the title. Thanks!
Hi Michael,very nice tone to the b & w, and a very interesting moment to catch. She looks like she's going to turn around and punch you after she's done with that cig. Smoke also excellently captured. A suggestion: I don't think you could have done anything about this, but the background behind her feels a little busy. I mean, I do like that I can see the anti-freeze powder at her feet, but other details like the fence and things beyond it give me a bit of a claustrophobic feel. This may be a framing issue, or you might be able to address it by lightly blurring some of the background around her in photoshop.
Hi Evelyn,Thanks for stopping by!!I agree with you about the background. I think Photoshop offers a quick fix. Thanks!
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