Oh, thank you! I was thinking about leveling as well but wasn't sure whether it is necessary. I agree with you about the movements of this arm and leg, but it's rather hard to catch the moment when the person is dancing, haha I'm trying to do it though!Personally (and I know a lot of people likely disagree, and that it's completely subjective!) I generally like my horizons to be level in my photos, I think it can sometimes look as if people are falling out of the frame when it's at an angle. Generally I can tell if my images aren't level if people tilt their heads to look at them, which is what I did with this shot. As I said though, it's completely subjective, and with the one-foot pose a slight dutch angle could work well here to balance the image.
Another quick note is that while I love the pose, you've clearly captured a key moment in the performance, it feels a little bit like the arm and leg are on their way down from a movement rather than hitting the peak. Often referred to as the 'decisive moment', getting a shot as a person's action is just hitting it's peak can lend more power and impact to an image. I think it works best if you can get the moment just before the action finishes and it starts to return to it's previous position.
Hmm, I like the way it looks now. I didn't think about darkening but now I see it changes the whole image greatly.BMTH!! I love them so much!
The photo looks good to me but I'd darken it a little bit, right now the highlights look way too bright. Here is what I got after making a light color correction in Photoworks. You may not like it though. as it was wisely said above, the whole thing is very subjective! But I like the angles your photo has.
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