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4 comments on “Entry 398”

  1. Great job on this. I really like the quiet, relaxed mood. Very nice light and time of day. Good composition and simple staging (that is one expertly-laid throw!) As much as I like this perspective on the space and the view to the outdoors, I kind of wish the row of trees didn’t command so much attention…wonder what it would look like if the yellow in the trees were desaturated just a little? Couple of staging thoughts: Might either pull the lamp a bit forward or push it back, to show either more of the base or none at all. And I wouldn’t mind if a bit more of the chair were included in the frame. I’m trying to figure out the bed. It seems extremely short…was this a daybed or something?

  2. so happy to see this... very well done! Great lighting and control and direction... very thoughtful composition leading us to the outside... the biggest selling feature of this space, I'm assuming... love the colors and the treatment... I would be inclined to stick a book or something on the bench but getting stuck there visually may deter from moving to the outside... ?? I love it... great work! I know its RE but also scooting left chair to right just a bit and bringing the right side lamp to the left just a bit so its base peeks around the pillow would help

  3. One of my favorites this month. Julie and Garett nailed all my points. Chair left - out. Lamp right - in. Perfectly tussled throw. Plus, the photographer knows what they did well here. And, more importantly, what they'll do different next time. Great work!

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