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4 comments on “Entry 32”

  1. Nicely done. I think the lighting looks really good. From this camera position, there’s a lot of blank space to the left of the table, there’s some crowding happening with the table and sideboard(?), and the light fixture is not centered over the table. So, short of moving the table to the left, I wonder about moving the camera a couple steps to the right and panning left?

    1. That definitely makes sense! Thank you for pointing that out about crowding and not being centered. It's the whole photo! Got to make sure I pay better attention.

  2. Nice light and overall treatment... are with julie.. I think if you moved back and zoomed a little you could have pushed the couch a little more closer to the table without moving it... I feel like its just a tad wide for how close the camera was set to the table.... by moving back you would be able to raise up a bit and get a little more of the rooms height as well and it may have helped take some of the wide angle stretch effect off that right wall and the foreground floor as well as tightened up that negative space between couch end and table.

    1. Thank you! I completely agree with you. I have been zooming in more since I seem to have a big distaste for wide open right now.

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