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One comment on “Entry 498”

  1. Love there idea here as well... and I don't normally suggest photographers taking a bath while on a job (lol!!!) but what caught me on first look was the amount of "things" immediately in the foreground .... I would get rid off the soaps and little towels... the plant and the book and candles are plenty... the way it stands here... is that the little "things" compete for attention with the faucet and your "live" stream of water happening and overall they work together to form another "false" architecture element as we'll as kept me trying to decipher everything before even thinking to look to the vanity and the shower etc... I also think raising the camera would have been a good move as well... would love love to see just a little more of that ceiling.... also the idea of this shot could really be helped with some directional light hitting the foreground and robes... the light is coming from the top down on the robes and I can see a shadow on the beam just above window but dappled light coming in from the window itself... even if you have to fake it ... utilizing a little shadow creation on the nearside of the foregoround elements and the right side of robes would increase the depth and force the eye through the photo better IMHO...

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