ID Critique? Allright!
We have an ID's Author in the foreground with camera in snap-like position. It's a self-portrait made by aiming into the mirror which was additionally reflected once more to make result more natural - watcher is seeing presented person as natural as in real life.
Author is soft and clean - representing She's own work this way - "Hey my art is like dream - so I am!". In the Far East there is a motive that says woman should be pure as snow. And this is the factologic example! Smooth and almost invisible make-up says "I have nothing to hide - I'm natural". That's very good.
Usually in ID light is of one genre. Here we have Two. It's the most fantastic feature of this snap. "That's how I look in cold light and that's how I look in warm".
Someone can say that it's just ID. Still - there is a one perfect impact punch. What I mean - dress is sided on the right arm. In cold light it looks great while in warm light it would be almost like dark grey. I have no idea it was on purpose but result is fantastic. Bare left arm adds a little of intimacy - especially that on this side is "no-no paparazzi area" away from bedroom's (?) window.
Technically lens accomodation is perfect - both different lights are put in right balance. One unfortunate thing is: part of head is cut by image frame while mirror made a second reflect of hand.
Generally everything is great