this is my favourite one that I’ve seen in a long time, I love how the boots don’t hit the same place on her leg, and how she wears her scarf under her coat. But THAT HAIR, the hair just makes it 10x better. If she had long hair she’d look too bohemian/dark, the short hair compliments everything perfectly.
Sart, another great photo pair. Very nice put-together look. And I love the close-up. You always manage to capture such intensity in your portraits.
But, Sart, I’m looking real close at her eyes. To me it looks like natural light & shadow rather than super-subtle smokey eye. There have been times that I’ve been complemented for some subtle makeup effect, when in fact it was just natural light & shadow. Usually, I’ll accept the complement and bask in the adulation of being considered a makeup virtuoso. In that situation, to you think it’s wrong to not straighten out someone’s mistaken complement? My own feeling is that any and all complements are always welcome, and there are more important ethical conundrums to worry about.
Whatever the case here, her face is stunning! You have a gift for making something special out of each photo you snap.
She looks cute, I like the hair and the eye makeup. I feel like this is a really old fashioned thing to say, but I still find it a bit odd to see a warm cozy scarf for cold weather paired with bare legs. But that’s “just me” I guess, and she has a cute look about her.
She made me think of BjĂ¶rk (which is a good thing).. Anyways, she’s really pretty. And the eye-makeup as well. But doesn’t it make her look a bit tired? Or perhaps it’s because of the fall. November has a bad habit of creating circles under people’s eyes.