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3 comments on “Entry 303”

  1. Beautiful light. Captured at exactly the right time. I wish the photographer had backed up just a bit so I could see more of the left hand side of the home. The image makes me want to see more of that side. A tiny bit of light on those large boulders in the foreground would really make this shot pop. Very nice.

  2. I can't help feeling that a move to the right would have produced a more pleasing composition - maybe even a 1-point perspective. I think the rocks on the lower left are a bit too prominent, partly because we see a little too much of them and partly because they're not dark enough. Maybe if the overall exposure was lowered a bit it would help.

  3. Great timing on the house, but the sky is a bit much. With the red light on the clouds, I expect to see some of that color on the trees on the right side of the frame. It's a bit too contrasty and the colors are off, so I would suggest toning down the sky replacement a bit. The goal for me is to always make it look like it was the real sky. If I can tell it has been replaced, it means it doesn't match.

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