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5 comments on “Entry 165”

  1. A perfectly executed winter image. And that is not an easy thing to accomplish. The falling snow is the most difficult to capture. It was done perfectly here. Beautiful.

  2. Beautiful winter image! Love how the snow is "untouched". It feels a bit otherworldly to me, I think just because it's about 95 degrees with 10000% humidity right now, but hey, makes me want to be there even more!

  3. This is so pretty. I’ve shot very few snowy scenes, so will defer to Michael’s expertise regarding the execution here. Will just say that I think it looks fantastic. As for nitpicks: Would love to see the house given a bit more breathing room, around all four sides. And I’m sort of dying to see the camera moved several steps to the left (then panned back right a touch…and possibly raised a little?) I do like how this current camera position reveals some of the steps leading to the front door. But I think I’d rather have a better view to the left half of the façade. Also think that moving the camera to the left would help with the proportion and balance of the composition. As it is, the octagonal space on the right seems outsized, while the area to the left of the chimney seems diminished. (Sorry, this comment was meant to precede my previous comment).

  4. Yes, love the snow and its not easy!! I agree with julie here... I don't know what's to the right but the largeness of the right side is a bit too much for me.. nice tilt work to get this done so close... also, overall, I like the scene but feel its just a bit crunchy especially towards sky... if snow is falling I almost wish the upper portion was a little softer and that the highlights were unrestrained ... highlights and whites could help the snow overall here, just to bring a little more life to it, looking a tad dull and almost desaturated... anyway, this is a nice job and Im sure there was probably some obstacles to shoot around for this and the right detail is an important feature... but really wonder what other angle options were available... I think this home would look great straight on as well from my comfy couch lol!

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