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3 comments on “Entry 482”

  1. Nice job. The crop feels a little tight to me. Think I’d prefer to see a bit more included along the top, left, and bottom. I think the emptiness of the towel rack draws attention so would like to see a towel there. Depending on the client, might remove the bit of gutter showing up in the window.

  2. Agree with Julie. This composition feels choked. Let the sucker breathe a little! Also, not a huge fan of that basket precariously balanced on the far edge of the tub. It's creating unwanted tension for me because I'm worried about the whole thing falling into the tub if I sneeze. I think some well-placed items on that bottom shelf would have been a better choice. That rack does need a towel.

  3. Definitely a little low for me... top is distorting and I believe its partly because of how low the camera is ... not losing anything by raising up and getting a touch of the ceiling... agree on towel and staging ... also... a major issue for me is the far shelving... Would expect deeper shadowing especially under the shelves

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