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3 comments on “Entry 158”

  1. Ill tell you from experience, these homes with the garages in front at an 'L' are not easy to frame! They are plentiful here in Nashville and It is struggle every time! This is great but I have towards cutting into the foreground, right side of the garage to bring the center of the home more into frame and take away some of the largess of that garage addition... following the same principles of regular interiors practice and not having to complete objects at edges in their entirety to communicate what's there.. .losing even just a a little less than half the garage front would still show the whole home... and if the lot was a priority to show, possibly getting this view from farther back and tighter focal length could work better... possibly, I know nothings for sure as I can't see what you were working with...

    Also, the front door area has been brightened and that's nice but its lacking a little contrast and coming out a bit flat vs the rest of the composition... its ok to lose a little detail there as long as there's enough of it to still read... also at this position, the door is so small in the frame, one would have to zoom way in to see its detail anyway, so preservation is not necessarily as important here... imho...

  2. Nice. I like this perspective on the house, and how the trees and tree shadows are sort of framing the house. For my taste, the sky is a little too deeply blue. Looks like the horizontals could use a slight adjustment. Maybe clone those couple of white bits from the grass?

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