Holy L glass Batman, it's addressed to you
Yes these look much better
1-3 look great and 3 is a stone cold keeper.
What was your aperture setting?
In #2b or whatever it is, that big hole is sort of awkwardly sitting in the corner of the frame and the cam is angled slightly upwards.
You might want that first set of windows parallel with the frame and bring the hole line at the top right into the corner of the frame.
You have to move around and play with it when your there to see what ends up looking best.
Shoot for keepers, but shoot a lot of images.
If you shoot it square, you can always crop it down...
Again in #3b just a slight amount of cam angle up. It happens
|Posted by Johnna|
I was not sure if it was ok to cut the window in the last photo but I wanted to focus on the door and chair
and the 2 ladders I could not get right so I lined on the left????1.
I'm curious what's to the left? Wuv the color and texture.
Cracked and peeling paint are a real big deal here
The focus point is perfect.
Otherwise it wouldn't look right, but experiment and see how it looks.
I hope you had it set to f/5.6 or f/8? Wherever your lense is sharpest is many times a good f setting to use or at least start with... experiment.
Crop that ceiling wall line into the upper right corner of the frame.
Try to get lines like that directly in or near the corner of the frame.