a famous house two shots
Hi, is the house in the USA as I don't recognise it?
I like both shots. I find my eye being drawn to the building picking out nicely defined detail. And then my eye roams around the trees/leaves that nicely frame the pics. The framing also helps draw the eye in. (is that a method used in photography?)
Including figures in a shot is something that I want to try myself. I've always stood around for ages waiting for people to disappear out of view before taking a pic. But now I think people in the shot aids perspective. I think 'perspective' is the right term? The size of the people help show how big the building is.
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