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Dennis Ramos's picture

Beautiful! Excellent lighting!

Dylan Patrick's picture

thank you Dennis!

Simchy Zuckerman's picture


Dylan Patrick's picture

;-) thanks Simchy!!

Jesse Rinka's picture

Great portrait...colors are awesome and her eyes especially. Love her expression too...basically everything is working here.

Dylan Patrick's picture

Thank you Jesse! Yeah she knocked it out of the park.

Don Crossland's picture

Love that look. Looks like she's up to something.

Dylan Patrick's picture

hahaha! thanks Don, yeah if you knew her that statement fits her perfectly!

Percy Ortiz's picture

This is mint… how do you type the thumbs up emoticon? :P

Dylan Patrick's picture

hahaha thank you Percy!

Rob Nitsch's picture

great expression!

Dylan Patrick's picture

she was definitely on point Rob

Andrew Yianne's picture

Great lighting and colors!

Randy Budd's picture

Impressive. Love the light, soft colors and the wonderful background. A beautiful image of a beautiful woman.

Dylan Patrick's picture

thanks a lot Randy!

Marcus Ekman's picture

Grate shot!

Will Phillips's picture

Wow! Love how you separated the background from the subject!

Dylan Patrick's picture

Thanks Will, most of my Headshots are shot beyond 150mm

Joe Hubbard's picture

Great look!

Dylan Patrick's picture

thanks again Joe!

Anonymous's picture

Nice work!

Mike Patrick's picture

I like the shot, but something for me is off. I would have moved her more to the left, getting her positioned out toward the open space of the shot. Not that she's posed wrong, just that the open space for me should be on camera right in this particular shot. There seems to be a tension between the model staged to the right that works against the shot for me. I notice much of your work is this way. Is your thinking that the eye should flow into the shot toward the model? My thinking would be the model's pose is staged to open up to the space filled side of the shot, not having her back toward the negative space. This type of shot does work better if the model is the first element you encounter in the shot, with the negative space on the right, but when the negative space is the first thing you encounter with the model edging to the right, it always looks odd to me. Still, it's a great piece of work. Nicely done!