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Like mentioned in my previous post I appreciate the comments and input, as it helps become a better photographer.

And as this HOSPITAL opened in 2014 and so unlike the old HOSPITAL the new one as private rooms which may or may not be a good thing, and like the last few uploads the title says it all, and was captured like the previous one at the Margaret and Charles Juravinski Centre for Integrated Healthcare, with the post processing fixing the colour balance in Camera-in-the-RAW the best I can do with mixed light sources , then opened in Adobe Photoshop Elements 7 and applied the UNSHARP MASK then resized to met the requirements of this URL and lastly saved as JPEG for the upload this SITE.

Brand:PENTAX Corporation
Camera:Pentax *ist DL2 Check out PENTAXPORTAL!
Lens:smc PENTAX-DA 18-55mm F3.5-5.6 AL
Recording media:RAW (digital)
Date Taken:18 Jan 2014 - 11:12 AM
Focal Length:35mm
Aperture:f/4.5
Shutter Speed:1/50sec
Exposure Comp:0.0
ISO:200
Exposure Mode:Portrait
Metering Mode:Multi-segment
Flash:Auto, Fired, Red-eye reduction
White Balance:Auto
Title:a CLIENT BED
Username:TimothyDMorton TimothyDMorton
Uploaded:26 Jan 2014 - 12:38 AM
Tags:A BED, Architecture, Canada, Hamilton, MARGARET & CHARLES JURAVINSKI CENTRE FOR INTEGRATED HEALTHCARE, On
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I might had used a wider focal length Timothy, to contain the pillow fully and the desk furniture (?) on the right.

I see a small shadow near the wall behind the bed; I think you might had used only the camera's flash rather than an external you could bounce so the shadows aren't visible.

Why did you use flash?

Isn't the room lit with natural light? I suspect there was natural light on the left of the frame, but I can't be certain.
I think being able to see outside is a positive thing for any patient.

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