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Henry Ford Estate
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Posted By: apac, 12-04-2010, 02:50 PM


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12-04-2010, 04:21 PM   #2
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Not bad pic, but the composition here could go both ways IMO.

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It is as with birds: those irritating branches are always in front....
Nice photo....!
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Makes the place look forbiding and bleak - great shot for the ghost hunters.

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does give it a forboding look, but overall way to distracting. call out the ghostly landscaper and remove those trees
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I intentionally took the picture from behind the trees. Thought it would give it an interesting look rather than just taking a traditional pic of the house.
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Pretty cool. The trees are obviously an issue. I think it might work well if it were cropped a bit more closely. The way it is now, the emphasis is on the trees. If it were closer, it would put more emphasis on the house THROUGH the trees
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