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2 comments on “Entry 459”

  1. Really nice job overall. Lighting, composition, contrast, window exposure…it all looks good. Small staging thing: In this instance, I kind of want to see all the chairs facing the table, rather than having the near chair angled towards the camera. There’s already lot of stuff going on in this scene, so I’m wondering if imposing a little more order on the chairs might not be a bad thing here? But…hmm, not sure. I’m not at all minding the unevenly-opened windows, though.

  2. Julie, that was my first thought ... the chair was causing a little confusion rather than acting to open up the scene or draw the eye ... with such a compressed focal length also, I think its lacking natural separation between elements causing everything to bunch up on top of each other... there's a slight miniaturization effect happening to the actual dining table and chairs and it makes me feel like the dining area is small as well... but lots to like... I do like the overall feel

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