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saeidNL 10 3 Netherlands
12 Feb 2011 12:13AM
Great composition with lovely light,well done,.
saeid

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andylea 11 37 1 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2011 12:41AM
wonderful light krystal brilliant detail and colours love the comp a beauty Wink
andy
morpheus1955 13 3 2 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2011 12:56AM
Excellent shot, great light, beautifully captured.

Hugh
acousticmist 9 10 1 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2011 9:35AM
Great light, and well captured.......Martin
Alvar 12 23 2 France
12 Feb 2011 10:10AM
Good shot well composed Krystal.
Alvar
fudgy 9 48 United Kingdom
12 Feb 2011 12:31PM
agree the light is gorgous

fab shot Smile
12 Feb 2011 2:06PM
Calm peaceful artistic place. Very nice shot Krystal

Jamm
LexEquine 13 1 19 United States
12 Feb 2011 3:54PM
Artistically-composed capture with excellent clarity & color. The rather harsh light, emanating from the doorway, I think, somehow, detracts from the overall thrust of the image. I find my eye being forced towards the light in the door, & not towards the lovely green vase on the antique wooden table. I would recommend capturing this 'ensemble again,' if you can, Krystal, using a different perspective, pov, and angle. Use the available natural light, but you may be forced to use a high ISO or a tripod. Just my constructive thoughts. I do like your creativity, & imagination, regarding 'interior design.' It seems, to me, that this may be 'your calling in life.' Stay well, my Friend, & have a wonderful Weekend.
Regards...Peter
12 Feb 2011 4:29PM
Thanks Peter for the great comment.
Since I can't re-visit this place for now, I can try digital manipulation or artwork to change the doorway. The light here is extremely bright and the interior very dark for cooling effect. This is the perception when you are standing there. Yes it is extreme.

Krystal
banehawi Plus
15 2.2k 4049 Canada
12 Feb 2011 8:28PM
Blown highlights and verticals off vertical spoil this one.


W
12 Feb 2011 10:05PM
Thanks for the comments, I'll see if I can improve this image by tomorrow.
I could do one better, post my new improved image for critics and allow modifications Smile

Krystal
Peagreen 9 1 1 England
12 Feb 2011 11:13PM
Excellent shot, Krystal. brilliant light, lovely colours and detail. Well composed and beautifully captured.
Take care,Pauline
jabe 9 10 4 United Kingdom
13 Feb 2011 3:53AM
Grin Love the extreme harsh light flooding in,so natural, gives the shot that hot atmosphere,at the same time you have the effect in the glass,and the wooden beams of the ceiling are great,all it wants is a Mexican Ban dido to walk in wearing a poncho,like out of a spaghetti Western.This is a well taken picture that could be used as a back drop for a film set,i love it.
13 Feb 2011 4:25AM
Great sw image Krystal . I also like the harsh light, I know all about it, this is actually what you see on the high Sierras - blinding light - almost like going to heavenSmile
Jabe has a great suggestion putting a bandido poncho dude in the doorway.
I'll try to do Mod for you - next upload.
keep well.

Jamm
leman 8 5 United States
22 Feb 2011 4:19PM
I posted this message on your next upload MODs version, but I want to post it here too because they go together.
Great work Krystal. I don't understand why are they trying to "change" your perfectly great design concept which IS THE STORY you want to tell: the huge DISPARITY of light and dark as seen from inside. I think they are being disrespectful to you. Critique is one thing, but to say you must go back and redesign a perfectly beautiful artistic shot sounds vindictive. Some people are strictly "paint by numbers" by-the-book guys, have no artistic vision. You are an artist not afraid to step outside the box. Thats what sets you apart Krystal. I like your work it stands out from the rest. Theirs is mudane. I like this original image because its true, that blinding light is true. I much prefer it to the cloning of aspen trees in the doorway (your Mod next upload). As far as Modifications go, I think Jamm's Mod with a gun-toting poncho-gangster in the doorway is funny and I'll take that for humor.

Leman

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