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    Indian Interior Architectural Photography

    Indian Interior Architectural Photography

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    Re: Indian Interior Architectural Photography

    Hi Surinder
    I like this shot, to me it portrays a sense of peace and tranquility, you can almost hear the silence(if you know what i mean)
    however in my opinion, humble as it may be and i am no expert by a long way i find the clock and ceiling fan draw your eye from the main picture. Other than that well done.

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    Re: Indian Interior Architectural Photography

    Strange how different viewers perceive things, i hadnt noticed the clock or fan until they were pointed out and now all i can do is look at them! it was the change from white light to green hue that caught my attention.

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    Re: Indian Interior Architectural Photography

    Took me ages to find the clock.

    It could, I think, be a wonderful image, but I'm afraid that strap across the bottom completely ruins it for me (sorry).

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    Re: Indian Interior Architectural Photography

    I agree with Donald;I find these trademark banners & watermarks inserted into the body of an image a travesity, surely the photographer can find a better way to "mark" their effort

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    Re: Indian Interior Architectural Photography

    I find the photograph very pleasing and the light transition very effective along with the composition.

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    Nice! Did you tone map the image?

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    Re: Indian Interior Architectural Photography

    The only two things that drag my eyes upon them are the ceiling fan and the banner...

    Sorry

    I would be a nice shot without them.

    Toņo

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    Re: Indian Interior Architectural Photography

    I think it is a very nice shot, surinder.

    I agree with the others, the clock should go.

    The green shadow area should be corrected and the wall and door on the right side should be straightened.

    The fan really doesn't bother me because you have several other fans in the photo.

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