Critique Challenging kitchens

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Am just getting into real estate and had one of my first jobs to shoot 2 kitchens for a contractor. Would love to hear some opinions how I did? How I could do better? And how I could edit differently?

Mostly I shot them with 1 or 2 speedlights to balance the light, I also took some brackets which I used in some of them although I think I'll stick to flashing only in the future to keep post processing a bit more reasonable.
















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I think you've done a great job. Only thing I noticed though, is it looks odd to have a light below only one wall unit. Makes it look unbalanced. If only 1 unit has a light underneath I'd turn it off.
 
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I think you've done a great job. Only thing I noticed though, is it looks odd to have a light below only one wall unit. Makes it look unbalanced. If only 1 unit has a light underneath I'd turn it off.
It's the lights from the cooker hood! It's over the hob
 
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I think you've done a great job. Only thing I noticed though, is it looks odd to have a light below only one wall unit. Makes it look unbalanced. If only 1 unit has a light underneath I'd turn it off.
Thanks, though yeah unfortunately they only had lights under the hob or it would have looked a lot nicer.


Just wondering though..... Does anyone prefer that light being warmed up, or left at the same colour temp of the room? I unintentionally did one photo with and one without in those and now thinking I should have warmed it up in all of them.
 
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Nope! I think a good kitchen picture is clean crisp and sharp! Almost cold feeling! Warming it up makes it feel wooly! That's my opinion
 
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