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Thank you guys for the responses.
@sbeme - Yes, good point, i'll try something like that. I liked the gold-ish tone the red bump gave but I do see now that it's a bit much for her skin, especially in the shadows.
@RustyBug - Thanks for the input.
@cgardener - Thanks for such a detailed post! That was one thing I was worried about - her body is in kind of a contorted position.
Here is another shot taken a few seconds before:
This shot was probably the second best but in this one I feel her arm is very prominent and takes the focus away from her face.
Also, this shot was not shot with a wide angle lens - but a long one. 180mm f2.8 on a crop sensor.
I've been planning to invest in a grey card, guess I probably should soon! Thanks for the color adjustment - I'm trying it now and it seems very natural.
@dmacmillan- Not totally true! I really value your opinions. The graphic designer actually sepia'd it, so my color edit didn't even mater, I'm just trying to perfect it for my portfolio.
Vignetting is also a good idea. I will try that.
I would have loved to get her all in the frame, I was burst firing shots of her as she was on a moving swing. The fact that I managed to get a few keepers was great. Not sure how this worked, but I told her "Kathryn! Model for me!" and she pulled all these poses on the swing. It was hilarious.