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2 comments on “Entry 424”

  1. Really nice. Great job on the lighting. Overall, I think it looks gorgeous. And the window exposure seems just right…there’s a credible-/natural-looking balance between the interior and exterior light levels. The composition also looks good. Might have nudged the tray on the bureau out-of-frame a bit more (if there were any room to do so before hitting the wall)…I’m finding that area on the right to feel a bit heavy/crowded. As it is, maybe a slight crop off the right side? (might then also take a touch off the left, for balance). At first glance, this didn’t feel too wide to me. But then I noticed the sloping side table, which made me wonder about zooming in a little. At the same time, I can see that the current focal length allows the bed a little room to breathe at the bottom of the frame and doesn’t cause too much of the ceiling fan to be lost at the top (guessing that in a desert home the fan might be an important feature?) So maybe the sloping table is an acceptable/unavoidable compromise? Hmmm. Small thing: Wouldn’t mind seeing the green and yellow in the flora outside toned down just a little.

  2. Overall very nice... Agree with julie... I think the sloping side table is combo of tilt and the overall alignment being off ... leaning to right... also could be due to shooting at this angle and focal length... and complicated to straighten without detailed work in PS ... just my guess

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