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3 comments on “Entry 186”

  1. For me I don’t feel that we are seeing enough of the stairwell. Was there a wall just out of frame to the left that prevented you from taking a large step to the left while being able to maintain a 1PP? If there was then I feel it might have been better to move as far right as possible and panning left to show more of the stairs. Why are two of the bottom posts silver against the wall and then black against the hardwood?

  2. Love the directionality of the light pouring through the stairs. We KNOW there's a big window off to the left! Love the detail on the construction of the stairs, especially on the ends. I also like the way the angle of the partially open door parallels the railing. I don't know why more people don't clean up/clone out things like smoke detectors and outlets/switches for the purposes of these contests. I think in this case it would add a level of pureness to an already sophisticated and stylish space. Well done!

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