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2 comments on “Entry 363”

  1. i think showing the way in dining area to left with this kitchen could have been done from an angle to the right of this one... this is shot so wide that it is causing severe distortion on the island and the stools and the pendants as well as the fridge to right... and the meat and potatoes are packed a mile to the background and unintelligible for online viewing... if the photographer was not so concerned about getting the dining area into this shot, it would be possible to zoom in tighter and frame the middle areas of this angle into a much more pleasing composition and thus providing a stronger view of the space... also using a little lighting would help clean up the texture and detail of the woods and hellp color balance especially aiding the washed out/desaturated spot on the fridge wood to right

  2. Agree with Garett that the severe distortion from the wide angle is really throwing things out of whack here. I also feel the verticals and horizontals need a check. With the minimal staging available, I probably would have played around with the tulips and fruit on the back counter so they weren't fighting for the same space. I feel you could provide the same information by going in tighter, showing just HALF of the fridge and less of that dining area. Back up as far as you can. Then move a chair and back up some more. Until you hit a wall. Then zoom in. This will help tremendously with that distortion that it taking the viewer, whether consciously or unconsciously, out of reality.

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