Well, I can't say I know that much about this, because this is my first critique on anything, really. What I do know, is that the angle at which your body faces the camera works well to show off your curves without being too exaggerated, your pose conveys a subtle sense of fierceness and sophistication, almost like a trained bodyguard, and the even lighting combined with the gentle colors of your clothes helps to eliminate most of the vivid contrasts, leaving just enough that are spaced out well enough to highlight all of the important features of this picture, the only issue I find is with the tilt, it is slightly disorienting, but it's only minor.
I hope that I've done a decent job of providing a critique, and I hope that you continue to pursue excellence in the field of cosplay.
Inu Sakuya, it is awesome dog. Touhou cosplay in Europe... is not so major, and I'm interesting in how do you know Touhou fanarts by? And what Touhou characters do you like? The legs are so attractive, and your posing is so interesting. The other photographs have attractive posing, but the posing of this photo is "waiting for matching"! Lighting of this photo is good, have enough contrast. The costume, outfits and props are also interesting. For example, dog tail, gloves, dog ears. What is your concept of prop choosing? And Are you make some cosplay props? I hope your Touhou life is amazing and you enjoy Touhou life in Europe.
I think the outfit is very well done same goes for the wig and makeup. I think the contacts are great as well and the gloves look good looks like they could be better not sure from the picture other then that the rest of the cosplay is amazing. the photo is also done very well
This is a very well-composed shot. I appreciate the photographer's decision to have your body positioned so that it goes across the frame from bottom-left to top-right. Your arms, meanwhile, are posed so that your elbows create a line that crosses the line of your body, and I think that balances the shot even though your body is at an odd angle. The choice to go with a light colored, but not white, background was smart. I see so many white cosplayers choose a bright white background and I think often that washes them out. The colors here provide enough contrast so that we can clearly see you and they go well with the colors of the outfit. I really like this shot.