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3 comments on “Entry 130”

  1. Nice work. Good focal length here. Nice comp, like the lighting, showing details and fixtures. Great shot for a builder or designer. Usually not a huge fan of bathroom rugs.. would be interested to see without. There's some strange magenta coloring happening on the bottom left of tub closest to the vanity. Not sure what that is from.

  2. Great job on this. Nice quality of light. Good control of the highlights. I love the slatted light coming in through the shades. It adds something really nice to the scene, without being distracting. And I love the geometry of this composition. The rugs…I like how they sort of add to the visual rhythm of the shot. And as much as I’m not a fan of shag in bathrooms, it does add some texture here. But the rug at the lower left makes that area feel a little dense, and both rugs cover up a lot of the nice-looking floor. So definitely feeling ambivalent about the rugs here.

  3. Another nice shot of a narrow bathroom whose width is determined by the size of the shower. Like the other shot, the photographer has found a nice comp! My thoughts on rugs and bath mats are "hardly ever", especially when the floors are this nice! The mats/rugs add nothing for me here and I'd rather see them removed. The reflection and light through the blinds are a nice touch. Well done.

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