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2 comments on “Entry 430”

  1. Pretty shot. Nice job on this. A few thoughts: Wouldn’t mind seeing a slightly brighter window view, particularly the top/sky half of the windows. The interior has a nice light and airy feel to it…I think a brighter exterior would feel more consistent with the brightness of the interior. The lower half of the window wall feels just a touch flashy to me. And might rearrange/neaten-up the dark throw to reduce its heaviness and reveal more of the chair. And not sure: Is one of the bureau drawers partially opened? Might push that in and also clone the bit of something on top of the bureau. I don’t mind the turned-on light fixtures, though with the overall treatment here I'm not sure that they’re needed.

  2. I agree with several of Julie's points, particularly the way that throw is overpowering the chair. These types of ceilings really emphasize when things are shot a bit too wide. I'm assuming there are four 90 degree angles in the tray ceiling, and that one in the upper right is looking rather obtuse due to the distortion. I feel there is a lot of space on both the left and right sides that we really don't need to see. I could see losing that bureau and plant on the right altogether and cropping into the night table on the left. Zooming in would help de-emphasize the distortion seen here in the ceiling. It feels a little flashy overall to me. I'd expect to see more shadows in the side the bed facing the camera as well as on that closer night table. And maybe it's me, but the is the focus soft in spots?

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