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3 comments on “Entry 242”

  1. Very nice. Love seeing the home in its pretty surroundings. Though for some reason that I can’t quite put my finger on, the camera feels just a little high to me. Maybe it’s the fence above the roofline on the left that’s bothering me? Not sure, but would be curious to see how it might look if the camera were just a bit lower, while still retaining a view to the hills and mountains in the background. Also wish the lower edge of the frame were resolved a bit more.

  2. Very nice tonal range and post... I think the view here warrants an elevated shot and shows off that landscaping and hardscaping well... Im with julie although I think the height is fine... I probably would have cropped off right a bit... seems a bit empty and with having the home left justified in the frame without something amazing carrying the right third to the edge, Im left feeling a little unresolved... I know that pool was the reason for the camera placement but I would like to see a shift to the left in post myself... might help the lower third resolve better for julie... also, I may have opted to back up just a bit to get more of the lower steps into the frame

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