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3 comments on “Entry 367”

  1. I really like this one... it can be difficult to execute sometimes with the lighting but this is handled very well! i think it’s an important angle for this style home and this kitchen space while but allowing much of the actual kitchen ad would expect... i’ll place my bets that this is the dominant selling feature of this area and probably the home overall so to me this would be the main shot needed for this kitchen... i know those doors around here are a huge draw and the outdoor area and large island is obviously made for entertaining or large active families... i think the editing is handled well although i wish the far sliding door in background was pulled just a little more shut to define that it is a slider door... but besides that i love it! well done

  2. Very nicely done. I like so much about this image. A few small things: Like Garett, would like to see the slider closed a bit (1/3 or 2/3 of the way?) And I’d expect the white ceiling to be a little less bright (especially the upper left area), so wonder how it might look if a slight darkening gradient were pulled down from the top of the ceiling? And maybe remove the bowl from the table (mostly because of its relationship with the faucet), then pull the two chairs on the far side of the table out a touch, to define the dining area just a little more? Also might remove the bit of schmutz under the corner of the cabinet just to the right of the refrigerator. Lastly, I wonder if the transition between the sun highlights and the shadows could be a little smoother overall? I’m really not sure. It’s just that it looks smooth and seamless to me in some areas but less so in others. (Probably only wondering about this because it’s an issue I’ve encountered in my own photos!)

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