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5 comments on “Entry 106”

  1. I think overall this image has the best colors, tonality and its just a sweet master ensuite! If you were to deliver this for a commercial client be sure to get rid of the one sensor dust spot above the left sink below the towel and get rid of the dust spot center right on the flooring. Excellent work.

  2. I like this a lot. The light is really nice. The colors look good. Was there any way to get the camera just a bit further left in the doorway? And at the same time, maybe slide that near set of towels as far to the right as possible? I’d love to see the view to the shower opened up a bit more, and less attention placed on those towels. Also wouldn't mind seeing the camera raised an inch or two.

  3. Yeah, I dig the colors and directionality of the light here. Got that "BAM!" diagonal happening across the vanity. I like the camera height, but I agree with Julie that adjusting those towels closest to the camera would allow more of the shower to come through. Even just the shower door. Good work!

  4. I have just one thing to add to what has already been mentioned. The distortion on the left side from shooting wide-angle is obvious because the left sink is so much wider than the one on the right. This is an easy fix in Photoshop (look up my perspective correction video on YouTube if you are curious). I wouldn't bother for a real estate photo, but in the case that this photo goes in your portfolio or you re-license to another party.... or enter it into a contest!... I would take the extra step. Very nice photo all around. The light looks great, the composition works well, and I think you did a nice job.

  5. I love the light and the personality of this shot... everything works well together. Agree with Garey about comp distortion... Almost thought this was shot on a tilt shift, with the shift a little too far to the left... (little thing that bothers me about Tilt/shift photos sometimes is this weird effect where the frame feels like its leaning to one side or the other even thought the horizontals are perfect... ) I know the photographer was trying to save editing the camera out of the mirror more than likely but I think they made it work here although I would have liked to move to left just a bit and would have opted to edit the reflection to save the stretch and give a little breathing room to the line shower edge and towels... but I do like this overall and think this would stop someone looking through a sea of listing photos.. the lighting is really bringing the wood vanities and beautiful tile detail to the forefront... great work...

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