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4 comments on “Entry 2”

  1. Clean! Great color. I'm normally not drawn to images this bright, but I like what the photographer has done here. I really appreciate the way those super-cool doors are handled. You can really see the detail in them! The right side is maybe a bit hot, losing some detail in the floor there. Remove or clone out the keys in the door. I might like to see less of the right side (potentially losing that whole display case) which would help pull the table more to the right third and less in the center. Nice bright, airy feel that showcases the best features of this room. Well done!

  2. Very nice. I agree with Michael about the bright and airy feel here. Yeah, I really like that about this shot. But also agree that the right side is a little hot. The colors and white balance look great. Since dining tables so often require a little chair work, I'd have taken a moment to straighten/adjust their spacing (especially the ones on the right side). And not sure what that white line is on the left edge of the frame, but would have cropped it out.

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