For starters, I love Goldfish! So that already is a plus. I can't say enough how stunning she looks (and also for the goldfish cooperating giving you a side profile ^_^)
I like this picture very much. It's perfect. If the world wasn't so 'sensitive', I would use this for an ad campaign for Tetra or Hagen. The expression on the model has this look of innocence yet its warm and sensual. Her eyes just captures you and pulls you in. The lighting is good in showing off the colors of nature around her. Looking at this reminds me of those care-free Summer days of old, before the advent of electronics where we would all go venture out in the woods and catch all these fantastic creatures and keep them as pets. Pictures like this, that remind one of the good days, are the ones that leave a lasting impact. Excellent!
Over all this is a great picture in my opinion. Not overly produced and not too much make-up on the model. Sweet and simple. I love it. Bravo!
An image that is both beautiful and carries a touch of humour, given the title.
What struck me first was the use of color. They're crisp and clear, the model's brightly colored top and the goldfish contrasting with the rich greens of the background grass and foliage. Too many images have colors that are muddied or unclear. Not so with this. The lighting used is just right, not too dark or light.
The model is particularly appealing with her stance, and her look towards the camera which seems to be saying, "look what I've found?" She is well positioned in the entire image, enough space to focus on her, not too much background to leave her dwarfed and insignificant, but enough background to highlight the richness and clarity of colors already mentioned. She is holding the goldfish in the right position, not too low, which helps to emphasis the hint of humour given by the title. Her blue eyes and blonde tresses falling over her shoulders are final appealing touches.
I'd die if you put that gold fish in that swamp...you almost look like you don't have a aquarium and aren't sure where to put the fish... when are you gonna become a mermaid so I can stop thinking about the fish?