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JasonM

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RE: Back into my photography (in reply to Escribano

Wow! The lighting looks really good. These could be desktop wallpaper!
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If we can have photos what about some eventempered guitar?

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Escribano

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If we can have photos what about some eventempered guitar?


I do one thing at a time and had to do a lot of learning to get these photos up to snuff.

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Escribano

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The Torre Aurora, at Monterosso al Mar in the Cinque Terre this weekend.



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Richard Jernigan

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RE: Back into my photography (in reply to Escribano

Beautiful photo, Simon.

It prompts fond memories. During six weeks in Italy in May and June of 2015, we spent a few days at Monterosso al Mare, before heading on north to Bellagio on the Lago di Como.

Such a beautiful country, such friendly people.

RNJ
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Paul Magnussen

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The Torre Aurora, at Monterosso al Mar in the Cinque Terre this weekend.


Beautiful, like all your photos, Simon. Are you, as I think, using a tripod?
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Escribano

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Beautiful, like all your photos, Simon. Are you, as I think, using a tripod?


Usually, but this one was handheld at f5.6, 1/150 secs. ISO 200 at about 7:30pm and low down with a tilting LCD screen. 15mm lens (APS-C).

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kitarist

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Beautiful, like all your photos, Simon. Are you, as I think, using a tripod?


Usually, but this one was handheld at f5.6, 1/150 secs. ISO 200 at about 7:30pm and low down with a tilting LCD screen. 15mm lens (APS-C).


I almost never do landscape, so perhaps a silly question: How is this seemingly infinite depth of field achieved? - Is it just the aperture being narrow enough (high f#)?

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Escribano

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I almost never do landscape, so perhaps a silly question: How is this seemingly infinite depth of field achieved? - Is it just the aperture being narrow enough (high f#)?


f5.6 is not that narrow but the distant subject is not that far away and it's a wide angle, which increases DOF. I didn't do landscapes until a few weeks ago either, but there is a lot of it here. I have a lens that requires almost no focus (12mm).

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kitarist

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Thanks Simon; forgot to note the short focal length. 99 percent of what I shoot (hobby) is long focal length and wide aperture - portraits; dance photography.

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