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3 comments on “Entry 195”

  1. Beautiful shadowing on the wainscoting that really emphasizes the grandness of this staircase. Light streaming in through the windows is a nice touch. The whites are bang-on! Distortion comes in where the rug seems to be falling off the lower righthand corner. Clean shot!

  2. Not sure it was necessary to widen up so much as to get the ceiling into the frame... introducing extreme lens distortion (most lenses will start showing their true natures when used at the widest focal setting) I think the photographer could have tightened up just a bit and cut off the ceiling and still had the windows top left and back wall leading out of the frame all while possibly cleaning up a little distortion on the edges and then further fixable in post. not bad on light and colors are nice ...

  3. This is lovely. The light looks terrific, through most of the scene, but I just wish there was a bit more light up at the top of the stairs. I do find that tends to really make a big difference in photos of stairs. Other than that, again, the light is great. Nicely done.

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