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Kristine Kohl
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3 comments on “Entry 357”

  1. Lovely lighting in this shot. The bench feels a little too in my face. I feel like it doesn't have to be there. Also the sofa and side table right doesn't feel centered under the pendants. Not sure if it was possible to move things around, or if it even makes sense for the time that you're there, or if it even matters. It honestly doesn't bother me that much just feel curious to see would what happen. I do like how the coffee table is asymmetrical though. Front bench just blocks too much though for me.

  2. Nicely done. The lighting looks great. I love how the light and shadow on the wall hint at the (mostly) out-of-frame windows. At the same time, I’m guessing it’s kind of an awesome-looking set of windows/doors over there, so wouldn’t mind seeing just a bit more of them. I wish the bench had been completely removed from the shot. It’s so dominant in the frame. Think I’d rather see more of what appears to be an interesting-looking rug. And if the curve of the base of the coffee table were revealed, it might add a nice element to the composition. To me, camera height is particularly important in living room shots. It has such a huge impact on the overall feel of the shot. I think the camera height here is just perfect.

  3. i do like this overall... very nice control and colors... light on wall is great for this angle... i also wish there was more of the windows on left and that the bench could have been minimized... removing or even just scooting it to left so we get just about a foot of the end peeking into the left and anchoring ... or raising camera just a bit more to diminish its scale and presence

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