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4 comments on “Entry 496”

  1. Really nice. Lovely light. Good window exposure. I like the vertical format a lot here. Maybe move the camera just a hair to the left, to center the tub and light fixture perfectly? Would also like to see more included along the right edge of the frame...for more symmetry in the composition, as well as to give the tub some breathing room on the right side. And wouldn’t mind seeing a touch more floor between the tub and the bottom edge of the frame. Nice mood here!

  2. Nice approach. Julie's sharp eye is right. A smidge more to the left. So close! I would also be curious to hear why more of the right side wasn't included. It looks like there's a nice shower there that could be revealed a bit more. I could also see a bit more included on the bottom edge. Very tranquil mood captured here. Good job!

  3. Beautiful detail shot. I love the amount of view from the outside too, but there appears to be the tiniest bit of haze / blooming in the upper right window? Should be an easy fix. Great work!

  4. Love this one! Super beautiful light... controlled and clean execution but with a hint of that natural mood of real light... like the blooming jenn mentioned... just me but I like an element of letting it go somewhere in a photograph... but within reason of course... definitely agree with centering the comp a little better... looks to me (this might be a crop?) but possibly moving back a little more away from the tub might have allowed the tub to center without losing any of the shelving on right... very well done...

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