>>1440340>dont forget to brace the shed diagonally
He has diagonals in there for stability which will work fine as long for the open frame and if he decides to add sheathing, the sheathing will provide the lateral restraint... but then I don't see any hold downs and that three sided thing would become a big sail and catch wind.>and be aware that your roof isnt as strong since you oriented roof braces "wrongly" so if you have snow you might consider reorienting them
You have decent common sense my humble croatian red aerated terracota brick salesmen friend. You are correct that they should be on edge if you want strength out of them, but there are a lot more things wrong with the framing if he actually intends to put a roof on it. For example, check out that back top black with the beam centered over at ~3' span between studs. Also, FYI, those members that you called roof braces would be called joists, purlins, or rafters depending on the region and occupation of the person with whom you are speaking.
...and I just now realized that he may intend to put some corrugated metal on that thing.