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3 comments on “Entry 5”

  1. ok... love it... yes just cause horses rule. this is a show stopper and attention grabber on line in the sea of bland listing photos ... this would garner attention for the listing and that is the prime job in my mind of the photos. Yes, it is a tad soft around edges and focus might could have been adjusted to bring edges and horses a little sharper.. but from an online and smartphone, its not an issue... looks great... love the lighting and the comp... very well done and what a rare opportunity to shoot a dinging setting in a horse barn... complete with - obviously hired Hollywood trained movie horses lol!

  2. Who wouldn’t love to dine with these two? Such a cool and playful shot. Nice job. For my taste, the camera is a little high. And I wish there were more included around all four edges of the frame. The bottom and top, in particular, feel too tightly cropped to me.

  3. You gotta love horses, I guess... My first thought is, "I don't want to eat in a barn." Lol. Fun factor is high on this one! For the right buyer, this shot says it all about the lifestyle at this property. A little soft on the focus, and I agree the crop feels tight. But overall I think the positives this shot brought to the listing agent far outweigh any critiques it might garner in a photography contest. So rather than stirrup any controversy, I'll get off my high horse and get to my mane point: I'm sure your client was psyched with this shot, and for that... you win!

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