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That's definitely a fine picture : let's admit is rather easy to get an unusual picture using a strong WA, but this has been executed finely, with a correct composition, not trivial nor "too strange" point of view, and the face at the "right" place: also the choice of bw is well done (and processed) given that framing and expression "make" all the pic : with those characters, color is a well spared detail. VOTE ? 8/10 or 4/5.

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Looking at the girl's lower body against her upper body ....

 

Way too much lens (21mm?) distortion, too unnatural, IMO.

 

Also, the crop enhances this effect and doesn't help.

 

EDIT - As regards to the setting, .. nice 60's feel to it.

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I wouldn't say that this is natural looking or what I think most people might consider to be aesthetically pleasing, but I like it.

 

It has a sort of Adam's Family/ Tim Burton feel that is accentuated by the peeling paint on the stairs, exaggerated size of her head in relation to her body, and the hypertension of her left arm. I would like to have this picture mounted or in a book and be able to view it over and over (that's about as strong a compliment as I can give).

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