In a young lady like her, there should be no eyebags. Well, all have some eyebags, but should not be prominent. It is your play of light which accentuated the eyebags. Look at the face carefully with the modelling light and position the head accordingly.
what setting were you using? your 2nd pic make her face look very granny....errr....or maybe her skin not very good? then better make up would be better.
Pay more attention to details like lighting because the lighting you used makes her eye bags more obvious.
I think you trying to go for a certain style by giving more space and not cropping tight to her. Looks very magazine like ha....as if she thinking of something like that...maybe a image of a LV bag ha.....keep on shooting!!
thanks everyone for comment, critiques and suggestions.
for pic 1 and 3, i think some how i like spacing pics / mag style pics, but i will consider you all options as zoom more and tight cropping.
for pic 2, actually the original pic is like pic 1 and 3 but while resizing for web publish, i found this cropping is quite nice, so the 2nd pic is result of cropping, and about the quality... these 3 files are export from FDI, so once you do cropping, the quality of pics degrade liao.
for the lighting.. yes i was saving hard to get a light meter, this session setting is using Manual setting and reference is get from my friend's DSLR which serve as metering for me. As I'm using F90x and 85mm 1.8D, but i have plan to get a DSLR in near future.
fro others like hair, straps, and eye bag, will pay more attention to that on next shooting. thanks everyone! :thumbsup: