You clearly know what you're doing when it comes to using your camera and directing your model which is great. I love how simple this image is, just her the rocks and the sea Her pose is great too, she looks relaxed playing with her hair and feeling the cool breeze on her neck. The crop works well but I feel like a rectangular crop would have worked better? The subtle tones work very well and the soft focus on everything but your model really draw your eye in. I also like the textures of the water, the rocks and then the models skin and clothing adding something soft to the images. One thing I must say is that you've gone to all the effort to edit this and shoot it and it's worked well but it reminds me a bit like iPhone instagram photos, just my personal taste puts me off a little bit, but it doesn't detract from the beauty of the image and the tones make me think of a lovely summer morning.
How beautiful! The monochromatic background and blurring around the edges give me the feeling that her world is just revolving around her. She looks so serene. Yet despite this, for whatever reason, the photograph does not come across as hopeful. Another commenter mentioned that the blurring of the ground made it seem as though she were about to fall... maybe that's it. Anyway, you've done a wonderful job of creating a moment seemingly suspended in time.
I love the expression on her face. She's relaxed and pleased with her mind, and surroundings. This is revealed by her expression and body posture. I loved how with this picture is somewhat faded on the rocks and partially amongst the waves. This is an astounding photo in my opinion.
I like the colours and the idea. But in the left down corner (I hope you know what I mean) there is too much movement with the blur effect. Because it's just the rock and normally rocks don't move so I think less blur would be better there Anyway the model is beautiful!
*dies* SO MUCH MOVEMENT I'm no photographer (though I wish to be good at it someday) so I dunno exactly how to give you any like... good critique. The blurriness thing, it makes it look like the WHOLE picture is moving and she is sat there enjoying herself on the beach (if that is where she is sitting?) like.. the sand and water is moving away from her or something.. but I do kinda agree with them other comments about it making you rather dizzy. But I mean, if your point was to get it to look like she was doing things in her own time sorta thing, then I think you got that well done
Now this, is truly an awesome shot. It looks SO much better now that you've reduced it, very lovely And of course, I will always give any tips and help whenever I can to anyone who asks for it, because I know how much it means
This is a really pretty picture! I'm not a photographer, so I don't know a ton about the techniques and technical terms, but there is onw thing a notice. The bluriness of the sand and water kind of hurt/strain (I don't know the right work for this) my eyes, especially because the girl is the same color as the blurred spots. I know it's supposed to make the girl stand out (and it does), but you may want to lessen the blur.