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One comment on “Entry 381”

  1. Nice job. I really like the natural feel of the lighting here. Wish there were a little more light hitting the kitchen, though. To me, it’s feeling a bit dull back there, especially in relation to the beautifully-lit dining area. I’d also be curious to see what a crop off the left might look like. The window over there is nice, but I think it might also work if this were cropped into the dining table, to shift more focus to the kitchen. And even if the window weren’t included in the shot, it would be implied by the lovely light hitting the table and chairs. A few small staging things: Maybe slide the plant on the table a little towards the left, and the orchid a little towards the right? And not sure what the stuff just to the left of the fridge is, but if possible, maybe remove it. Also might pull the bowl of fruit(?) forward and to the right a little, and straighten the artwork on the left. And the photos on the counter straight ahead are kind of crowding that area…was there possibly something else available that could have been placed there instead?

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