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Indeed, all of those out-of-focus branches in the foreground are distracting; however it seems the distant objects aren't in focus either. I don't think there's anything you can do to improve this image other than stand in a different place next time !
Also, it's possible that the building might need property release to be used here?
I don't think the building will need a release in this case. I'd say it's the branches. Not a good look!
Thanks a lot everybody!
Hi @Tobes_17 ,
The shot seem to be under exposed. It comes across as though you attempted converting to black and white. If I am correct, it is a better idea for you to let it remain in natural color.
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