nirmalya007: Nice start. Don’t worry about just getting to the challenge now, there’s still over a month left to work on your entry. I think what your image needs most is shadowing. Start by adding occlusion to your bounce lights. Think about questions such as should the ceiling be just as bright as the floor? Another improvement would be some brighter bounce light from where the sun is hitting the floor. A few places that would be very noticeable for the bounce should be the crate on the floor and the character that’s standing in the sun light. Keep going!
bimalbose: Getting better and better. One thing that would really help this image is some glow in the windows and ceiling lights to soften the contrast as well as convey the overbrightness of the light source.
lchukiets: Nice work so far. Try to use the light to shape objects a little more. One instance of this is the wall and ceiling. The only way to tell where the ceiling ends and wall begins is because of a thin shadow from where they occlude.
tuffmutt1: Awesome! This image looks great. There are a few things that could be pushed a little further if you want to work on this more. One thing would be to increase the sampling on the floor, it’s very grainy. The other thing I’d like to see is some glow from the window, the sharp contrast from the bright sky to the window draws too much attention.
esswar4u: Good work. I’m having a hard time figuring out what’s going on. It’s ok to have objects strewn about but the light seems to be sporadic as well. Try to give the light some more motivation and focus.
Voigg: Looking good. The flute on the bottom left is looking more like plastic than metal. Try lowering its diffuse and increasing it’s reflectivity. The bright white object right in the center of the image draws a lot of attention to itself, try to tone it down a little bit.
MartinRomero: Nice concept. It’s a difficult situation will all the object similar in color. The objects in the foreground are defined pretty well especially in its contrast compared to the background. However, the easel splits the composition in half. The area where the ceiling and wall meet is very abrupt and could use more of a transition.
pmcb: Nice improvements. The light setup in the foreground really takes a lot of attention away from the rest of image and I think it might look better without it. A few areas seem to be getting just a little bit too dark. Adding just a hint of fill light will help to define objects some more.
OndraNedved: Welcome! Interesting concept. Try to focus your light some more. Where should my interest be?