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3 comments on “Entry 163”

  1. Love the image. Love the lighting, love the comp. Love where the human element is placed. Might be nice to see the interior where that bench is a little bit lighter so to draw the eye in (it does get a little stuck on that right side wall). For arch work, I might repaint the red curb to match the rest?

  2. Very nice. I like the treatment overall. And I think the figure adds a lot to the shot. Wish the entry were a little less crowded by the tree and also wish we could see a bit more of the ‘cutout’ wall behind the tree. But yeah, I can see how framing around that middle tree was a challenge…if the camera were moved further to the left (and shifted back right), that nicely-defined upper left corner of the structure (which I think we need to see, since the one on the right is not visible) would start to become crowded/obscured by the left-most tree. So...hmmm. I think the ratio of sky-to-house-to-pavement is just right here.

  3. This is a great architectural photo. nice job running to get into the frame real quick lol! Even if this is for real estate, I would have probably jumped at the chance to go the extra mile with a great home like this as well... any rate... I do tend to agree with jenn and Julie... it was actually my first thought... maybe a bit too much of the right side of home in this shot. I actually think by moving a little closer and moving to left just a bit, not panning right but just simply moving to left a tad and closer would bring more of the entry detail on front facade as well as entry into the frame (and, taking the front facade as the subject, the entry area is in my mind the focal point...), by doing so, the red curb could be dropped as well as less road in the frame. I might have tilted up just a tad to mitigate road if needed as well... I think there's a way to keep the right edge of home in there as well... but call me kooky... is that how you spell kooky?

    Really love the overall treatment.. .almost going rendering... I like but don't see humans added for scale in RE photography too often... but why not... I love it. (for some reason, whenever I try to put myself into the shot as the model, it never works... I just look to weird lol!!!)

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