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I actually don't like the processing. It feels fake and way too contrasty. But more importantly, for these types of interiors, it's really important in post, to really nail the straight lines. Too many of these shots are just a little bit off, with camera not being level front to back or even tilted a bit. This is really distracting as it forces your eye to figure out why it's not right. You need to be more careful about where you place the camera and be hyper aware of the frame and how everything fits together. Sometimes just moving the camera a couple of inches can make all the difference, and that's what I'm seeing in several of these. Sorry to be a contrarian here, but you're getting false praise here and it's not going to help you in the long run.