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3 comments on “Entry 488”

  1. I really like the choice to go with a one-point perspective on this space. I think a vertical orientation might have made for a more powerful composition, though. A vertical would eliminate much of the blank space along the left and right sides of the frame, would allow the bath/shower to fill more of the frame, and I think would bring the interesting lines/geometry of the shower and ceiling into focus a bit more. Would also like to have seen a little more control of the highlights from the skylight.

  2. Agree with Julie. A large percentage of this photo could be cropped out without sacrificing any of the impact. I feel like the inside 40% is where the magic is and the rest just doesn't add much. The wet room feels like it's a million miles away. I also agree the skylight wasn't handled as well as it could have been. Just too blown out. For the purposes of contests like this, why not clone the vents and fan? With such a clean design and composition, the vents and fans just become a distraction.

  3. Concur with both Michael and julie ... this were my first instincts, the light is a nice drama but there's a point that's acceptable as far as blow out at least to me.. Also wanted to bring the whole center of the frame closer so cropping or tightening up on site would have eliminated that left wall... Just for perspective... I don't shoot and deliver photos staying within the locked constraints... never had a complaint or a problem ... I shoot for the subject and if I can't make it happen on site I will crop to where the photo looks like what I wanted.

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