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7 comments on “Entry 408”

  1. Nice! Great bedroom shot. Hard to imagine a more impactful way of showing this bedroom. It’s gorgeous. At first I wasn’t sure how I felt about the framing/crop. But…yeah, I like it. I like where my eye is drawn in the frame. With the presence of the fence in the background, I’m assuming this house is located not that far from other houses? Yet it feels so secluded. I really like how the foliage frames the house here. And I love how the ferns are reflecting in the glass along the lower edge of the bed. Wondering if the horizontal lines might be a tiny bit off? (I’m looking particularly at the roof/ceiling lines). And my eye wants to wander to the upper left corner of the cantilever…I’d be curious to see what effect it might have on the shot if the blue were pulled out of that area.

  2. Wow. I agree with Tony and Julie. An exceptional shot. The composition is outstanding. And what a brilliant idea to capture the bedroom from outside the house! One thing: I couldn't sleep there unless there are some kind of window coverings 🙂

  3. Looks like my dream bedroom (perfect for an introvert) LOL! I love it. Beautifully captured. Love this lines and the framing.

  4. YEah, now this is could be defined as a master bedroom shot since we are seeing defining elements like, most of the space including a bed... as opposed to another entry which had some light in a "room" but no definition as to what that space was ... nice shot

  5. very strong composition, I don't mind the blue... very shady and late day colors... great architectural approach to this... wonder what the rest of the tour looks like...

  6. My first thought was, "I would have set the bed up on the opposite wall (facing the exterior of the home)". My second thought was, "Killer shot". Really well done. Kudos!

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