With such soft warm tones saturating the excellent composition one is transported to foreign summers, youthful affairs and exotic thoughts. The picture captures a significant moment in a woman's privacy. Dishabille is capivating offering more to a voyeur, more usually the viewer in today's image-packed society.
Visual and well controlled perspective and peripheral defocus enhances the gentle air of grace and femininity within the room. Here masculinity succumbs to gracious charm and chicness; a narrative with sensitivity and emotion.
An intriguing beautiful model provides just the right amount of sexuality, provocation and romance. Spectacles belie what she may desire while eyes peer disarmingly wishing perhaps for jewellery for she wears none.
A well crafted photograph with elegant composition and technical prowess. If undertaken on location rather than a studio, with masterly appreciation for lighting, and with sufficient post editing to complement the scene. B R A V O to all involved.
Nice and soft, and a brilliant idea placing the model as if her reflection is painted on a canvas. I'm not sure about cutting off her legs just over the knees though... It might've been better if it was composed differently, even if it meant breaking the rule of thirds. Still loving the photo, though.
This works really well. The foggy light sets a really nice atmosphere. The model is really nice from the front and the back so the use of the mirror is a great choice. Love the look with the glasses slightly down.