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3 comments on “Entry 293”

  1. I like a lot of things about this one! Strong composition. Killer window pull. Love the way the pendants on the overhead fixture get brighter as they get closer to the window (as they should!). Great directionality of light. I think a lot of smart, tasteful decisions were made in creating this image to capture a very natural, very pure experience. Bravo!

  2. I like this a lot. Really interesting composition. This is very nicely done overall, but I’m having a few reservations about the lighting. The window view seems just slightly dark to me. (Or maybe it’s the saturation level?) I love seeing what’s outside, but something about the window feels a tiny bit off to me, in relation to the interior light. Or maybe it’s the brightness of the ceiling and wall around the doors that’s causing the window view to feel a touch strong to me? Makes me wonder how it might look if the ceiling and far wall were a little less bright/a little more shadowy. Also, something about the light hitting the chairs on the left and the light hitting the pendant globes feels a little incongruous to me. Guess I’d expect the light on those chairs to be a bit less bright and the shadows on the near globes to be slightly less intense (especially since the near globes appear to be further from the camera than the near chair...?) Sorry, I know I’m nitpicking the light to death here! It just doesn’t feel perfectly seamless and natural to me. And I so badly want it to, because I love everything else about this photo. (And sincerest apologies if I’m perceiving things – flash? – that aren’t there!)

  3. Well, I just looked at this on a different device and the window view and wall/ceiling brightness didn't bother me at all. So it's just the light hitting the chairs and the shadows on the globes that I'm wondering about. Sorry to have been unduly nitpicky!

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