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3 comments on “Entry 490”

  1. Very nice job on this. I like the lighting and composition. Camera height looks good: not too high for the tub, and just high enough for the vanity/sink (I find it can be hard to strike a good balance when both the tub and vanity are in the frame). The colors would probably be cleaner if the lights were turned off, but I kind of don’t mind that they’re turned on here. I think the color casts are subtle enough that they feel natural. Wouldn’t mind if the window view were a tad brighter. Maybe clone the bit of rug fringe poking in on the lower left? And getting super picky, remove some of the water spots on the cabinets and shower glass as well?

  2. One of my favs this month! Well thought-out composition. Excellent camera height. Love the split story of the shower (half on the right side of the image, half in the reflection). I'm not a "lights on" guy, but it works well here. I don't hate it. The sconces were handled with skill and care. The outlets are hidden nicely by the staging. If we're picking nits (because that's just what we do...) I love the layering of the items on the left side of the sink and wish the items on the right had some similar layering going on. If that tub faucet could move, a slight counterclockwise rotation would give us some nice shape rather than the less interesting position it is in now. Overall, a wonderful job! Nailed the composition and lighting in my opinion.

  3. Yeah, actually so many good comps and well treated submissions this month... I love this one... very clean and well thought out... comp is perfect for showing all the main amenities of the bath without utilizing a super wide wide composition. Love the natural yet clean and sharp look to the overall, great natural light and the lighting in the bathroom looks great and realistic to be expected shooting in daytime with windows open... colors are well controlled. very well done!

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