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2 years 11 months ago - 2 years 11 months ago #5803 by Brent Ross
Hey just wanted an honest critique on this landscape



I'm new to landscape and just wanted feedback.
I framed it so that the building would be opening up to the fields of hibernating trees
I graded and cropped it so your eyes would migrate towards the sun. lemme know if it worked.
rather than vignetting i made a saturation gradient. The further you are from the sun, the less saturated the image is.
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2 years 11 months ago #5804 by jerry
A couple things jump out at me right away, 1: the building is cut off, 2: the building doesn't seem level if you look at the vertical lines and appears to look like its on a upward slope a tad. 3: If you could have gotten sunrasys, i think that would have been neat and I think you could add more vibrancy to the sky/ I do like the timing.

Or it could have been done a bit later to get more of the sunset colors or vice versa if it were a sunrise shot possibly
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2 years 10 months ago #5807 by Brent Ross
I agree with the building cut off. Should have been framed more left.
The building is not level because its not shot head on.
I agree, later in the day would have helped for more dramatic effect

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