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One comment on “Entry 452”

  1. Very nice. Pretty light. The window exposure looks perfect…since this is such a simple scene, I think it’s good that we’re seeing some detail in the window view (love the big green leaf!) For me, there’s too much emphasis placed on the wall at the left and not enough on the tub. I think this is partly due to the gorgeous shaft of light that’s hitting the wall and highlighting the artwork. So I wonder about a slight adjustment to the composition, to shift the eye a bit more towards the tub and away from the wall? Maybe move the camera a touch to the left and pan slightly to the right? And perhaps lower the camera an inch or two, to put a little separation between the faucet and the handle on the left? I could also see a tiny pop of light added to the tub.

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