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3 comments on “Entry 189”

  1. Great job nailing a 1PP. What is distracting to me are the blown-out wall/ceiling from the sconce. For me the only part that should be totally blown-out is the sconce itself.

  2. Very nice work! Love the composition and the stairs! Great work on composing so we can see that glass all the way to the top and some of where the stairs sit in relation to the entry... Very smppnh blending although I would like to see a touch more care in toning the pinkish color cast that permeates throughout...

  3. I find it kind of hard to compose a straight-on shot of stairs. So I really admire the nice composition here. Wish it could have been shot a little less wide, though (noticing some distortion in the base of the plant, and in the size of the steps as well). But I’m guessing there wasn’t much/any room to move back? Agree with Kerry about the blown sconce. And with Garett about the pinkish cast.

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