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composition wise, it's not as interesting as you may have seen it. I believe you have seen the warmness in the blue of the place you are at.

Try going a little wider or directly under the lamp (if possible) and meter slightly off the warm lights to get the bluish ambience light.

If not, try a straight on shot and a wide angle to show the contrast of light in the room.

Keep shooting!

Cheerz!
 

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#4
nice idea. but will be better if the windows at the bottom right corner wasnt there, like a totally black background. then churn up the saturation. =)
 

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