Small barn in a cornfield

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  1. Big

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    Finally got this shot I have been eying for a while now. Thought it was a nice scene.
    c&c always welcome
    Thanks -BIG
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    No image :(
     
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    Hmm let me try again...
     
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    it looks like it lacks some contrast. I like the composition and the scene, but it needs to pop a bit more.
     
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    Its a nice scene, but it looks a tad underexposed and the colors seem a bit flat.
     
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    With the perspective of the barn (showing the left wall and the door facing that direction) I would say the barn needs to be on the other side of the frame. That or move around so that the door is facing into the frame from the right and the right side wall is showing.

    I'm not one who's much for commenting on photos. It's just my immediate thoughts when I looked.
     
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    There's a house about 10 feet to the right so moving the barn to the left of the picture won't work...
    I'll try to do something about the color, it's a RAW file so it shouldn't be too bad.
     

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