Lighting, execution, well done.
There are a few nits that I like to clean up in post. Has nothing to do with the execution of the image. The button is a bright as your face. the little emblem is dright.
what I tend to do is darken the emblem to where is just barely shows. And the same with the button, but not to the extreme of the emblem. Placing it into the shadows to leave shadow details. It's outside of the taking of the image, it the presentation of the image. Most folks say, close that emblem out. That could look good, but a small amount of shadow details is cool as well. As it is, the emblem is brighter than the zipper. and I think the zipper has the right amount of light on it.
One other think is logic. If I can see your face, and the light looks like your looking at it. and, your looking over your shoulder; where is your shoulder? I would go for cloning out the emblem to make that area black, but have some small fading details in the shadows for the shoulder your looking over.
In the days of film, one need to add contrast and then pull the process a bit in the development. And then control adding it back in the print. With digital, I find that the process (computer darkroom) adds contrast for each step. So, I have been tending to shoot with low contrast and as I processes it, let it naturally build, with control. Just my two cents. That and $300 more will get you a cup off coffee at starbucks. shows you how much my two cents is worth.
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