I love it! I love how her gown flows upwards she looks off into the distance. So original, and and unique. I like the ideas of having the rocking chair to help her gown flow. the backdrop looks old, sort of like a Gothic/Victorian warehouse.
Her makeup and contour is just perfect. Whoever did her makeup deserves a two thumbs up. Everything just blends in so perfectly. Fabulous work on this piece of Photography. Great old time look, great lightning, so much all of the above.
I love how she is completely covered as well. Very VERY good art work
I find it an exquisit photograph, the position of the model is perfect, it balances the rocking chair absolutely fine and it is to see that the model is secure in her balance, also the looking of her eyes, as she was a little bit bored in this moment. Although it must have been heavy to hold this position, she seems to dance in the air and does not even need this rocking chair to keep standing in the air like a coloumb. My watching is disturbed by the two very light windows in the back, they blind my eyes. The model's head is too small and surroundet by too much darkness. On the ceiling I would prefer a light shining of light, just a little bit lighter than her head. The two windows steal the foreground. But if their light would not be in such a hard, concentrated way, but wave smooth into the room, that the light would no more build such a hard contrast. The sides of the chair should be lighter, and the windows little darker and with less contrasting light. Under the windows is a little bit foggy or smoky light to see, this could increase into the room and lighten the sides of the chair, reflect in it from behind. These are my impressions to your picture, hopefully useful.