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Selecting the best all-around lens from so many available alternatives might be difficult depending on your photographing style and budget. This article will help you choose the best all-around lens for Nikon helping you improve in shooting real estate images.

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2 comments on “Entry 282”

  1. I've seen this somewhere before (can't remember where now...) and I like it. Strong composition. Nice gentle treatment. Good time of day. I kind of wish the light in the two large windows/doors matched a bit more, and I'm partial to the light in the one on the left side of the image. Less orange. I may be wrong, but the fire feels a little "augmented" to me. Something feels off with the shape of the flames that is hampering the authenticity for me. Overall, a very pleasing shot. Well done.

  2. Really nice job on this. Agree pretty much completely with Michael. To me, the fire is stealing a lot of attention. It's very 'forward', so would be curious to see this with a much more smaller/quieter fire. Also, the horizontal line where the roof meets the sky...feels like it's leaning very slightly down towards the left.

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