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Vision in my mind

  • Posted March 24, 2010 by Sandra Vermeulen Viewed 6485 times

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Glorify a vision in your mind, the ideal that you enthrone in your heart -
this you will build your life by, and this you will become.

model: Aagje, my neighbour.

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    • # Anomisse

      peaceful, quiet. Well done! [long time no see, but I'm back in business for the time being]:)

      2010.04.20 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Contesina

      This is one of the best posts I've seen on PB!
      It's wonderful! This picture is perfect!

      2010.03.28 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Robel Narte

      oh wow that is an excellent capture ... the detailed edges are really had to attained specially when the subject wear a dark dress but you did it! excellent texture and subtle lights... well done sandra...
      best regards ,
      rob

      2010.03.26 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Neil

      Nice capture!! There's something dark about this, don't know what it is. cd

      2010.03.25 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Soubhagya Sagar Behera

      I like this portrait, but rather than technicality i will like to comment on the mood. The picture is dark. Very dark. Her posture, her clothing all dark. I like all that, but wonder about the smile on her face. That doesnt go with the picture. Maybe more of her face could be viewed, maybe smile is for hope. :)

      2010.03.24 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Jukka Malkki

      She makes a great model. I think it would be a depressive picture, if it wasn't for that smirk on her face. She knows where she is and has no problem accepting it.
      Beautiful picture!

      2010.03.24 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Sandra Vermeulen

      [u]She lies in her favorite pose of joga: The fetal position.
      Why does everyone think that this picture should be a depressive one?[/u]

      2010.03.24 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Kelly Lamaster

      Somehow the curled up pose and the soft happy face don't quite match for me, but the image is still beautiful and exceptionally well done. :)

      2010.03.24 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Jacki

      I'm with Stefan on this one. I think the shot two days ago with the arches said "serene" better. She looked 'safe' there. For me this composition has a sacrificial look to it, and while she does look fragile it doesn't feel positive.

      2010.03.24 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Larry Nelson

      Love the way you've placed her softness and light hair against the brick and stone. Black and white is perfect for this shot.

      2010.03.24 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Lynn

      SUPERB!!! I think it's perfectly executed...I love it very much!!! BRILLIANT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      2010.03.24 Edited Reply Cancel

    • # Stefan Fletcher

      She does a great job, your neighbour. Again, fantastic post-processing but I rather think the one two days before had more drama, more tension - maybe that isn't what you're after here, but I've been spoilt...

      2010.03.24 Edited Reply Cancel