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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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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Apr. 17 2022 20:53:00
 
Richard Jernigan

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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.

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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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Escribano

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RE: Back into my photography (in reply to Escribano

Still cracking on and trying to find a market. Seems that people still like postcard shots and Italy is so beautiful.

Vernazza in the Cinque Terre last week. I'm lucky that is only an hour from my house.



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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jul. 8 2022 20:25:42
 
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RE: Back into my photography (in reply to Escribano

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ORIGINAL: Escribano

Still cracking on and trying to find a market. Seems that people still like postcard shots and Italy is so beautiful.

Vernazza in the Cinque Terre last week. I'm lucky that is only an hour from my house.




Scenista? Is this your company, Simon?

That looks like a pic my father took in the 50s and somebody photoshopped outboard motors on all of the boats - lol.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jul. 8 2022 22:44:50
 
Escribano

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Scenista? Is this your company, Simon?


It's my nom de plume and one I trade with for images.

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RE: Back into my photography (in reply to Escribano

Wonderful blues. No / very good colour rebalancing either (I suspect?) as the sea looks natural.
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Escribano

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No / very good colour rebalancing either (I suspect?) as the sea looks natural.


I tend not to overdo it in the edit and this was with my most expensive camera, so it is generally spot-on with the white balance.

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  REPORT THIS POST AS INAPPROPRIATE |  Date Jul. 10 2022 17:35:35
 
Stu

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RE: Back into my photography (in reply to Escribano

I rarely venture into off topic.

But these photos are really wonderful! How is it they look so vibrant? I know the vibe is old on this thread now but cheers for sharing Simon!
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Richard Jernigan

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RE: Back into my photography (in reply to Escribano

The landscape is utterly beautiful. The piazza in Livorno is intriguing to me as a mathematician/physicist. Both are outstanding photographs.

RNJ
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Escribano

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Thanks, I have been learning a lot. It was too hot this summer but I will be going back out soon. Autumn is a good time for Tuscan landscapes.

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TANúñez

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Absolutely love this one.


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




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