Well, I love all of your picutres but this one is way too obvious the pictures r taken separately. Look at her shoulder next to that thingy that holds her dress, you can see the background. Besides around her face you used a brush that had a lower hardness and the light is not well either. So I'd put it under mixed media or photomanipulation rather photography.
Beautiful! But it looks like you used copy and paste. The line of her arm and shoulder does seem to sharp AND if I look very closely I can see a line of the background right next to her shirt strap (I don´t really know how it´s called in English). It´s on the left of the strap.
wow.... wow.... beautiful backdrop, the colors seem to make her skin so warm and soft too! I LOOOOOVE her tank top and the twist in her strap (which may have been a happy accident) makes this picture seem all the more relate-able and makes it easier for the viewer of this picture to fall into the world of it!
"Flaws" can really be our best friends can't they?
i absolutely adore everything about this shot. From the color of the light to the composition its all in the perfect place to achieve the maximum emotional effect. I love how its so balanced in its diversity. The color of the light reflected in the color of the model's skin and hair and the texture of the rain on the window with the texture of her shirt.
I love your work; have for long, long time now. It inspires and eggs people on to better themselves within the craft. I just wish you left remarks regarding your process! I've never been able to capture such clarity between model and background, while you have yourself a successful niche in the community of having perfected the very simple attempt of melting your foreground and background together while still instilling depth of field. HOW do you manage this? What drives you? What equipment do you employ at any given time? TEACH us. Please? We don't look to copy you, but we would be forever indebted to you if you could teach us something of your method!