The Barn C&C

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  1. stone_family3

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    Okay what about this one? Just finished it up today.
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    im thinkin too much grass or sky. go one way and see how it looks.
     
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    Defiantely agree with ya there, try soem different angles it's just a plain picture I bet if you really examine the barn you will find some cool shots and angles.
     
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    I think another time of day with cloudy sky would be better and less grass. Both have way too much negative space that competes with the barn. So why is it famous, I want to know.
     
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    Oldest families in the area, they still operate a farm market today. They donated the farm and the land to the parks service. They use it today for day camps and programs.
     
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    Thats awesome, my dad has a farmers market too so I understand the value and hard work.
     
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    I like the negative space in this one, it gives a sense of loneliness. But if you try a different angle, I say take it landscape with more of the grass showing so you can get more of the shadow its casting from the rising/lowering sun.
     
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    I added a different shot. What do you think of this one?
     
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    The sky is over exposed on the second one. I like amount of grass in the second one. It there was an interesting sky in it it would be good i think.
     

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