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One comment on “Entry 146”

  1. Great composition the home! Great focal length! just wishing for less shadow enhancement... it is washing out the overall photo to me... want to see some depth in shadow areas more so around trees and landscaping... probably would have worked the home and the surrounding as two separate frames and masked together... as the home has some areas especially around entry that do need to retain some detail but love the comp and I know its tough to work with a shaded lot

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