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3 comments on “Entry 385”

  1. Very nice. I love the gentle quality of the light and the quiet mood. And the control of the colors and white balance...feels really natural. I like this perspective. The composition feels a little crowded/busy to me on the left side, though. Wonder about a slight repositioning of the camera to put a little space between the intersecting light fixtures? And maybe nudge the trio of items on the island a touch towards the left? And perhaps a little towards the camera as well, to fill in a bit of the foreground island space? I could also see this zoomed in a little tighter - say, to ~halfway into the 2nd-from-the-bottom stool? - to compress the space a bit more (hmm, it might turn into a landscape orientation shot at that point). The horizontals and verticals feel a tiny bit off to me, but am guessing this may have to do with the construction. I like this shot a lot.

  2. Wonderful work! Love the light and color treatment and the composition is strong yet unique... shows the best of this kitchen without needing anything else in the frame ... if any big pick i would have scooted the wine and cookbook to the right almost center that section of counter ... seems to crowd the center subject matter a bit ... and i could see raising camera just a small bit to include a tad more of the near pendant detail at top and bringing the fixtures closer together all while gaining a tad more of the range dials but it’s a nit pick... well done!

  3. Lovely! Camera height is spot on for my tastes. Color looks real good. Gorgeous natural lighting. If flash was used, it's blended and hidden well. I agree with Julie that there is a bit too much foreground here. But just a bit. I like her idea of cropping up into the second stool from the bottom. Very pleasing trio of items on the island. Nit-pick: I don't love the reflection of the hardware in the fridge. Easy to clone that out. This is the kind of image that would not only feel right at home in a shelter magazine, but would also be a great "scroll-stopper" for a real estate listing. I THINK I know who took this one.... It's got a bit of a signature look to me that I think I recognize. I'll be curious to see if I am right. Great work! Bravo!

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