I feel slightly unsure about giving a star rating for Technique cause I know very little about HDR beyond a vague comprehension of how its done (without any experience to back it up, in my case) and an appreciation for how cool it looks when done well and with a big dose of colour.
I haven't seen many HDR images of people, so this feels very fresh to me. Many HDR pictures I've seen have a muted colour palette, something to do with the tone mapping or other technical aspects I know nothing about, but this one is vivid and bright, benefiting from a strong acidic palette.
The subject is very appealing, hinting at a bigger picture, a longer story. You've created a deliciously enticing and luminous picture which I stared at for quite a while before collecting my thoughts and starting to type.
I know we haven't known each other for long so I may be premature in saying this, but you seem to have hit on a very striking and memorable personal style with this photo, something I can't quite put into words but would love to see more of.
The green was from the reflection off of the ferns around the building. It was a great place to shoot. The post was simply some "fake" HDR with multiple raw exposures and some light tonal changes in photoshop.
Sometimes there are not enough words that can express what a picture means to me.. I do know that the essence of Art comes from the artist who enriches a piece with emotion and their unique conception. They then bring forth colour and definition and the clarity that enables us, the viewer, to appreciate the beauty before us. Know that when I it is because I enjoy your piece immensely...
Very nice shot. The expression, pose, and composition are excellent. I like the model and the green-ish light works well with her wishful look - almost conjuring up ideas of jealousy or desire for something.