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3 comments on “Entry 179”

  1. Very nicely done. The exposure looks just right to me, as does the contrast level. And I think this is a well-chosen camera position. At first I wanted to see the camera moved a couple steps towards the right. But from its current position, I like that we’re able to see the depth of the house, the interesting architectural details along the left side, the garage, and the lovely mountain peak to the left of the palm tree. And I think the camera height is perfect. I don’t mind the cracks in the pavement (they’re hard to escape in this desert town!) Could see a tiny crop off the left...maybe to just inside that bit of red curb back there?

  2. This is a great comp... but I really want to see less of the street.. I think cropping closer to home would still communicate home and its setting... as well as get rid of some of the road blemishes and over all, blockiness of the bottom half o the frame... there's a strange rhythmic heaviness to bottom half- Bottom left frame to side walk, to home corner .. its a repeating element of three similar stories.. and with a bit of a tilted feel, forcing the eye downward to the street kind of competes with finally getting to the payoff of the home and mountains... So... overall a tighter frame either on site or in cropping in post would really help here and wouldn't really lose any necessary info ... you could leave a nip of the street at bottom showing the corner lot, and you have plenty of info on the right and left that doesn't need to be there... bring the beautiful home and the mountains in center and fill up the frame with it so the home and mountains are where the eye immediately falls...

    Also, I could see darkening the road a bit more... not black but just deeper and it will help to add some contrast overall to the surroundings.. great work on the overall treatment... nice colors, balance

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