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4 comments on “Entry 137”

  1. Love the lighting here. The plant life is a little too much for me, distracts me a bit. Would be interested to see what it would look like with just the orchid and not the others.

  2. This shot is very inviting to me. I really like the lighting and the mood. As much as I love seeing greenery in a scene, agree with Jenn that it’s a bit much here. The staging overall feels a little haphazard…wouldn’t mind seeing it thinned-out a bit. And I have mixed feelings about the focal length: I like the intimacy of the scene, but at the same time the space feels almost too compressed. Love the open window!

  3. Love the mood here, too. I see what others are saying about the excess greenery. I think those mirrors on the right aren't helping that issue, and the reflection of the open window presenting an entirely different scene than the window itself is tricky to register at first. I also agree that the whole scene feels a bit too compressed. Would love to see the scene breathe a bit more. I do appreciate how the bright window and darker foreground pulls the viewer through the scene.

  4. Really nice light and love the open window. Love the darker foreground and how it is pushing the eye to the shower/tub combo (really cool space saving design) I do feel like its a bit too tight and too constrained - actually, the more I view this the more I like the focal length! Its really saying yes, full bath has a vanity but check out this killer shower/tub combo and awesome window, so... Im in!) Yes, lots of plants and maybe if there was more staging to make it into a lifestyle type photo the greenery would work better, but Im a little distracted by it here) I think I would maybe had taken the taller green out and replaced with folded towels if possible and taken the one on tub out as well as it competes with the green in the window to me. Also hide that little lotion bottle by sink. (Some people say, its only realestate not worth it, but If I can, I always will grab little things and just hide them on other side of sink or grab a couple towels from their closet and when manageable and quickly executed like these plants, would definitely grab them and move them out - takes two seconds and its not like your having to clean out someones stock full shower cubby or clean a counter with everything literally stored on it, that's definitely not the job, but the easy quick things that will improve a shot by 80 to 100% - totally worth it!) Little color toning on that sconce on right would help as well as maybe just taking an edge off the yellows and reds, especially around the base of tub. But its close and really has a nice feel to it as is and would make any agent happy to have!

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