Model and pose are very good. The red hair and the tattoo add some contrast to the picture and red color adds some intensity. Colour of the tattoo could have more intense. Pose of the model is perfect.
Nothing to comment on the light, It is very good. Composition is very good too. Focus is really on the model. It would be been interesting (at least for me) maybe not to crop as much the photo and have a bit more surroundings around the model.
I like the fact that the photo is not in perfect focus - some art like life should not be absolute. And even though the photo is in colour the red of the model's hair almost leaves one with the impression that it's the only clour IN the photo - nicely done.
Hi - I'm not going to put your work on a scale and try to tell you if it's "good" or "bad" - only you know that - nor do I wish to express an opinion - you don't need that. Here are a few things that I notice when I look at this picture Her feet. 'Cause the shot has a short depth of field the viewer is drawn to the face and eyes so the tone of the right foot under the left acts as a distraction to the face & eyes. Also 'cause you have cropped it through the feet there is a loss of flow & balance - the legs don't add to the shot when they could. Also the tight cropping on the hair and face creates a tension which may or may not be intentional? The eyes are not looking at the viewer and coupled with the mouth expression there is an edge to this shot that again may or may not be intentional? Hope these reflections are usefull.
I have to agree with amerstudios, other than again the fact that the eyes are looking directly at the viewer. How the photograph has been cropped, and I find this especially true with the legs being cut off, it takes away from the photograph as a whole. There is an immense loss of flow and consistency I find in the picture.