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Josie Henderson
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2 comments on “Entry 306”

  1. I feel like the house (not the interior views) should be brighter and the foreground a bit darker. Also there is something weird happening in the central room - is that a result of the reflection of what's behind the camera, or maybe part of a sky replacement which was overlooked?

  2. Thank you for the critique, Matt! The weird thing happening in the central room was a result of a reflection in the window from what is behind the camera. This image was actually one of the first twilight sessions I've shot, I will definitely keep this information in mind on the next twilight shoot I'm editing.

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