Start by stating the obvious: the model is gorgeous! the country setting is lovely as we can all see the beautiful "farmers daughter" and in that aspect you nailed it quite well...The lighting is not doing it for me ..its a bit too much - I feel you would get a lot more out of it with some more shades, and the beautiful model looks uncomfortable - not in her face/no she is very good there..not at all the face is fine --it's the unnatural pose that doesn't quite work...if the arm was perhaps holding her up or wrapped around her knee, or her left leg on the floor...hmmm--of course these are my .02... Thanks for sharing and asking for a critique.
This art is about transitions of two colors. The subject has a tan, which is brown. The fields and other objects in the picture are brown of different shades and depth. There is another subject in the photo, the bushes. It is only a subject because it carries the secondary color of the photo. The awesomeness of this piece of art is that the secondary object carries a transition of greens. The Photographer / Artist knows that two transitional colors in a photo causes intrigue for the brain. The Model is beautiful, yes. But the Art here is even more astounding! The Artist did well by choosing this Model, as her outfit also fits a third transition (but let's not stretch it too much here). What if the Model had beautiful dark hair? Then what would we need else in this picture? I am sure the Artist would have made the right adjustments (transitions).
The idea is interesting, however, would have a better plan if photography was deployed horizontally rather than vertically. Model to capture the attention more. Her beautiful legs, or hair or face. The second plan will dydonans art. Remember the golden ratio. Regards
I like the transition of browns to the tan of the Model. There is a secondary transition of the greens to another subject in the photo, which makes this a well balanced piece of art. Nice work my friend.