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Brian Berkowitz

4 comments on “Entry 136”

  1. Love your lighting here. Nice clean shot. Wish there were a few props to give it a little more life. But, still a good job.

  2. Agree with Jenn. The lighting is really nice. I like the calm, minimal composition, but the complete lack of staging makes it feel just a bit too austere to me. Maybe a plant, to add some life? Also would prefer to see the camera raised an inch or two for just a slightly better view into the tub. Then shifted back down (real or faux) to maintain some floor between the tub and the bottom edge of the frame.

  3. I agree with Julie's point about camera height and floor space below the tub. Would love to see a tiny bit more of the tub interior (just a bit) and a slightly higher camera would help provide that. Might minimize the underside of top corner shelf as well. Light is pretty. Needs a little more space on top, bottom and left for me. Needs something to break up the palette, too. A wooden bench with rolled towels? A plant? Nice natural feel.

  4. Yeah, a little too low IMHO... good choice in angle. This seems like its way too cool in WB and color toning... almost blue overall. Also, its super easy to adjust the sprayer handles on these shower hardware sets... I usually will lower them or raise them to a nice complimentary height in relation to the water knobs and tilt it out like at 2 and 8 on a clock ... especially when there's not any staging and its a bare scene... all these elements become more important. Also, I feel like the window surround could be a little brighter with some ambient light to bring it into the same family as the reflection on the right wall...

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