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Orin O'Rourke

One comment on “Entry 491”

  1. I tend to not love the blown out interior lighting... its a bit much here and provides a very blurry and hazy top half that kind of distracts me from the main elements like that cool sliding door design and the treatments... also think that far room reflection in the mirror is competing for my attention since its pretty much right in the center of where you want your eye to drift out of the photo but I do like this comp and I love the plant grounding the left side and hiding any wide angle artifacts in the corner of the tub... like the light on the slider door... I really think it would have been possible to use a little more flash to tame those pot lights or even utilize a darker exposure and brush it in delicately with the addition of a curves layer to bring it back into balance... or ... just turn the lights off and give yourself some extra data to utilize in post... also would have tried to warm it up a little ... at least tame the blue cast that's swimming around in top left corner, top left wall ceiling joint, under vanity, tub, etc

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