Helen

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Posted by Christopher Azzopardi on Fri, 07/26/13 06:17
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Comments by Nathan Leonard Kern on Fri, 07/26/13 06:42

The contrest between her face and her head dress makes the picture.


Comments by Nathan Leonard Kern on Fri, 07/26/13 06:42

The contrest between her face and her head dress makes the picture.


Comments by Jan Bjorklund on Fri, 07/26/13 09:19

I like the quality of the light as it highlights Helen's face and enhances the contrast between Helen, her head dress and the background. A very dignified feel to your profile composition.


Comments by Sandi MacDonald on Fri, 07/26/13 10:09

Excellent. My only nit is the small lighter background area behind her head. Maybe needs to be filled in?;-)


Comments by Michael Meek on Fri, 07/26/13 15:24

Ai yi yi, that is not a joyful face. Love the richness of the colors set against all that blackness.


Comments by Garry Schaefer on Fri, 07/26/13 20:04

It is always a great pleasure to see a new image from your wonderful collection. Their rich intensity draws the eye and mind into the personalities of the subjects. This one is no exception. Kudos!


Comments by Tony Scheuhammer on Sat, 07/27/13 05:44

nice work! the red shawl is perfect!


Comments by John Long on Sat, 07/27/13 12:32

Great shot Christopher - I would like just a little more space in front of her face


Comments by Jacky on Sat, 07/27/13 13:57

Beautiful! Wonderfully lit.


Comments by Ayvarith on Sat, 07/27/13 14:37

Great profile shot and rich colors and the lines of the face tell it all. However, we kind of have a loss of story. Probably a faint background that gives an impression of a church or an old house would add something to the overall environment. Also, more parts of her body can help on building a story (sitting? standing? holding something? ... etc).
I think that black and white with high contrast will do some good stuff to this image specifically because such tones are somehow, usually, attached to drama, and drama here attached to the lines of the face, as I believe, would go perfectly together.


Comments by Ayvarith on Sat, 07/27/13 14:38

Great profile shot and rich colors and the lines of the face tell it all. However, we kind of have a loss of story. Probably a faint background that gives an impression of a church or an old house would add something to the overall environment. Also, more parts of her body can help on building a story (sitting? standing? holding something? ... etc).
I think that black and white with high contrast will do some good stuff to this image specifically because such tones are somehow, usually, attached to drama, and drama here attached to the lines of the face, as I believe, would go perfectly together.


Comments by Ayvarith on Sat, 07/27/13 14:38

Great profile shot and rich colors and the lines of the face tell it all. However, we kind of have a loss of story. Probably a faint background that gives an impression of a church or an old house would add something to the overall environment. Also, more parts of her body can help on building a story (sitting? standing? holding something? ... etc).
I think that black and white with high contrast will do some good stuff to this image specifically because such tones are somehow, usually, attached to drama, and drama here attached to the lines of the face, as I believe, would go perfectly together.


Comments by Ayvarith on Sat, 07/27/13 14:38

Great profile shot and rich colors and the lines of the face tell it all. However, we kind of have a loss of story. Probably a faint background that gives an impression of a church or an old house would add something to the overall environment. Also, more parts of her body can help on building a story (sitting? standing? holding something? ... etc).
I think that black and white with high contrast will do some good stuff to this image specifically because such tones are somehow, usually, attached to drama, and drama here attached to the lines of the face, as I believe, would go perfectly together.


Comments by Ayvarith on Sun, 07/28/13 04:16

I apologize. Seems I've hit the refresh button several times and got multiple posts.


Comments by Linda Frey on Mon, 07/29/13 13:45

Fine portrait. I love the rich colour of her scarf, and her wonderfully lined face.