Watch your wings grow back

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© Kyleigh Digregorio
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UploadedJuly 5, 2008
TakenJuly 6, 2008
MakeNikon Corporation
ModelNIKON D40
Exposure1/250 sec at f/8
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length18 mm
ISO200
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9 responses

  • FALCON LARA OSCAR

    FALCON LARA OSCAR said (5 Jul 2008):

    A gorgeous shot. Amazingly well done. I like it so much.

  • marshall

    marshall gave props (10 Jul 2008):

    has a real cool feel to it. helps that she's a doll. good work.

  • Chris Walker

    Chris Walker gave props (7 Aug 2008):

    God, the contrast between this and the "Urban" shot is amazing. Nice.

  • Julien Maury

    Julien Maury gave props (17 Mar 2010):

    superbe.!

  • Huite Bos

    Huite Bos said (17 Mar 2010):

    mmmm, it is ok. not very special. Aperture was almost closed so no depth. The sky has no contrast. It is a nice snapshot.

  • Kyleigh Digregorio

    Kyleigh Digregorio said (17 Mar 2010):

    not everything is technical and not everyone has the same idea of what makes a photo special. but thank you.

  • Wojtek P.

    Wojtek P. gave props (17 Mar 2010):

    Beautiful Girl :)

  • Dale Veach

    Dale Veach said (18 Mar 2010):

    I'm reading Huite's comments and don't agree. First to get "no depth" the aperure would be OPEN not closed down. This is not a landscape so depth of field is subjective on this. And being a portrait the sky is not the subject. Your eyes immediately go to this young girl picking flowers and you are drawn to the face. What is nice is the overall composition and subject. Kind of a sultry and seductive pose but still young and innocent. I think it's a nice shot, well done for the effect.

  • Kyleigh Digregorio

    Kyleigh Digregorio said (18 Mar 2010):

    wow thank you. Genevieve will be excited to hear that she was called sultry :)

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