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This is a discussion on Window Portrait within the People photography (portraits, sports etc.) forums, part of the Show your photo (Color) - Landscape & Nature (flowers, mountains, storms etc.) category; 1/500 at f/2.0, ISO 100, 50 mm (Canon EF50mm f/1.4 lens). I liked the black and white version more....

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    1/500 at f/2.0, ISO 100, 50 mm (Canon EF50mm f/1.4 lens). I liked the black and white version more.

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    I dig the comp here - and I also like the interesting lighting as it sets a dramatic mood.
    That said - I'm not convinced the lighting is flattering the model (especially in the BW version). IMO it's too dramatic
    In addition - the armpit got the most light - so a good portion of our attention goes there.
    Hope that may help
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