Quote Originally Posted by giannisg2004 View Post
Nice, though I'd frame her head on the right third.
Or flip the image horizontally.
My eye reads it from left to right, so in your framing I set from the head and are lead to nothing.
Anyway, that's me and maybe others read it the exact opposite way.

As for the ⅓-⅔ overexposure, if you account your lens' true t-stop, the shutter'a and the lightmeter's accuracy, it's as small as a normal statistical error.
Yeah you know I was imaging an over the shoulder shot so I started framing her on the left side, but she doesn't really look over the shoulder and you're right I think she should have been framed on the right.

Great point about the exposure.