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Shooting Real Estate and Architecture - Composition

Miguel Lecuona (miguellecuona)


Keywords: real_estate, architecture, miguellecuona, composition

This is the second part of the series 5 Tips for Shooting Real Estate and Architecture

Composition

"There’s nothing worse than a sharp image of a fuzzy concept.” – Ansel Adams

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Cane pruning, Chateau Cheval Blanc, St. Emilion
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1 comment

Bruce Henderson (hendo55) on October 15, 2018

Thanks for sharing quite great article.

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