need input, please...

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  1. blindfoldinosaur

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    did you take them with RAW?
     
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    A little overexposed maybe?

    That's all I can think of:lol:
     
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    I agree, the mid-tones are almost as strong as the brights and shadows. I'd touch it up and show you what I would do, but you gotta say the word. ;)
     
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    I would say the house is just slightly over exposed maybe if the brightness was dialed down just slightly it might help
     
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    Looks like it is midtone heavy because that's how the scene was -- grass, dirt road, trees, blue sky all become gray.

    This is not a good composition; it doesn't take advantage of the unique characteristics of b&w work. The front of that house has a lot of rough textures, like in the upper right. Why not shoot that instead?
     
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    the house is interesting....

    exposure seems to be the issue at hand.
     

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