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2 comments on “Entry 442”

  1. Would have loved to see this with the lights out. Nice comp, and directional lighting, but the bright sconces are killing me.

  2. I really like this composition. And the light from the window/door is gorgeous. I’m in complete agreement with Jenn about the sconces, though. I’m kind of dying to see how this scene might look/feel if the sconces and ceiling lights were turned off. Then, if necessary, a lighter frame could be blended in to bring out some detail in the ceiling. Or maybe even a bit of flash could be used to lift the shadows up there just a touch.

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