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11-02-2019, 05:15 AM - 2 Likes   #1
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Just a simple interior
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There is something about this image that works for me. It is always satisfying to capture the design intent of the client plus it demonstrates the capabilities of the K-1. Hand held with natural light.

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11-02-2019, 07:47 AM   #2
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Great shot, I take it that is a desk glass reflecting the wall and what looks like a light switch. Nice work.
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Great shot, I take it that is a desk glass reflecting the wall and what looks like a light switch. Nice work.
This is a kitchen bench with induction cooktop.

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I probably would have tried to get a little closer to the wall to get the tie point between the kitchen worktop and the rear wall in the corner of the picture, but that might would have messed up the reflections on the cooktop.
Well done.

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the composition is pleasant and well managed.
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There is something about this image that works for me. It is always satisfying to capture the design intent of the client plus it demonstrates the capabilities of the K-1. Hand held with natural light.
great lines, i'd crop much of the right 1/3d of the frame to re focus on the woodwork
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There is something about this image that works for me. It is always satisfying to capture the design intent of the client plus it demonstrates the capabilities of the K-1. Hand held with natural light.
Nice job.
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QuoteOriginally posted by BROO Quote
There is something about this image that works for me. It is always satisfying to capture the design intent of the client plus it demonstrates the capabilities of the K-1. Hand held with natural light.
simple and nice :-)

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There is something about this image that works for me. It is always satisfying to capture the design intent of the client plus it demonstrates the capabilities of the K-1. Hand held with natural light.
I really like the frame, it has something about it that caught my eye. Maybe the reflexion, I don't know, but it inspires calm.
Photographically-wise, I have nothing to complain about, I really like the photo.
I would have liked something else on that gray wall instead of that wall socket, but there's nothing you could have done about that.
Nice shot, keep up the good work!
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There is something about this image that works for me. It is always satisfying to capture the design intent of the client plus it demonstrates the capabilities of the K-1. Hand held with natural light.
The reflection completes it, Broo!
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Nice and minimalist but I would somehow make it even more minimalist, as bigoak suggested, to emphasise on vertical lines.
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Quite simple indeed!
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