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2 comments on “Entry 23”

  1. I love the angle, the bright colours & especially the sliver of an open door, showing another slice of colour.

    Would've been a perfect shot for me, if the white wasn't quite so bright.

    Great shot, nonetheless - well done!

  2. Thanks Franz because you noticed the details, -and regarding the walls, they are white (typically Danish lifestyle), but large house, and all pictures of the same consistent quality (and the customer and the real estate agent are very satisfied).

    PS: I love my light meter, CC Passport and clipping warning in ACR because of my overexposure and last but not least, my calibrated displays. So everything is fine 😉

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