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© 2000 Steven Jones

Church Bucks County Pa.


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Hi... Exposure is nice, so is the color, but I'd prefer seeing the building from a different angle. Maybe like looking at a corner or window instead of head-on and dead-center. Maybe think about what feature of the architecture you would like the viewer to focus on and then "arrange" foreground and background accordingly (trees, wall, grass, etc). Just my two cents and a few things that I'm working on after looking at my own shots.
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Steve,

The color and cheerfulness is wonderful.

But I feel as if there is just too much going on here for my eyes to focus on. I keep jumping from the tree on the right to the blossoms on the big tree to the red door to the tree on the left..

But this church has such nice details - I would try closing in on the portal with the bright red door - the bright sunlit red and darker shadows would probably be very interesting. Also, try closing in on the very nice windows - maybe work in some of the stone wall into the shot of one window or part of a window. I'll be the stained glass is beautiful from the inside, too - again, get really close and isolate beautiful details.

You have a lot to work with here - good shooting!!Best regards,SteveR

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