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2 comments on “Entry 329”

  1. This is a nice clean image and I like how well exposed the interior is. It looks like the options for camera placement may have been quite limited by the property boundary but I'd like to see the view of the entertaining are pulled in a bit. Maybe a standard 3:2 crop would look better with some of the pool cropped out?

  2. This is a nice shot all around. Regarding composition, I wonder if there was room to move to the right a bit to get a more pleasing angle. Possibly not, and there's no way for me to know. Lighting is nice. The sky itself is not over the top, but it does look like it has been replaced, so I would suggest that the photographer takes a moment to try to tone down the contrast between the sky and the house so the "photoshopping" isn't as apparent. Subtle edits are hard when replacing what was natural with something fake, but there's an art to it and it makes all the difference. Case in point - it's well executed in every other area, but all I see is the weird line between the roofline and the sky. Brighten the sky by a stop or so and it would be seamless. Nice shot overall though.

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