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Just give me a minute ......

Bolivia 2014

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Just give me a minute ... sent on September 08, 2014 (18:28) by Commissario71. 114 comments, 6516 views.

, 1/100 f/6.3, ISO 200, hand held.

E'quello che ho chiesto al sole quella fredda,freddissima (mamma mia che freddo!) mattina all'alba sul Salares di Uyuni.Solo il tempo per cercare l'inquadratura,giocare con le linee delle crepe del sale,scegliere il tempo di scatto e scattare.Credo di aver avuto a disposizione anche meno di un minuto,dopo i raggi del sole hanno illuminato tutta la piana e il gioco è finito.L'unico rammarico non essermi portato il cavalletto. sullo sfondo il bellissimo vulcano Tunupa 5300mt dalla bocca coloratissima.



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sent on September 08, 2014 (18:31) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

oh, but the finish ????
that beautiful, that spectacular place .... and that light, really stupensa, so 'as the lines are fantastic ....
but ... I can not understand one thing ... are fuzzy the first 2 cm of photos that I see or am I wrong ...
would not you .... wow! wow!
perhaps it is the distortion of 14 ....
by the bacchettami pretty well:-D:-D:-D

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sent on September 08, 2014 (18:32) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

the gaze is lost pleasantly. But the foreground is in focus? I do not distinguish well. Must still be a fantastic place: Ragguagli?

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sent on September 08, 2014 (18:34) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

According to me there is a fire, a little 'disturbing but not excessively, great shot!

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sent on September 08, 2014 (18:42) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Oh, you never have time to write a didascaliawow! :-D

I quote car
The only regret that I have not taken the stand.

you all are absolutely right the first floor is completely out of focus, you have to say linciatemi well: - |: - |: - |:-D:-D:-D

is always the same speech, when you are traveling, you can not ever take pictures as you would like, if I had the tripod with the cabbage that I shot at f / 6,3;-)

I only hope that shooting also send instant so unique and picturesque dawn on salares.

thanks for your visit and (despite the fire:-D) of your appreciation
a greeting
Simone

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sent on September 08, 2014 (18:42) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Very delicate.
The foreground blurred in reality, in my opinion a sense of depth.
The look does not dwell too much and the plot driving up the mountain.

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sent on September 08, 2014 (18:49) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Oh, you never have time to write a caption
then I break that you do not write on your photos:-D:-D

Cmq could use the head of the wife as stand:-D:-D

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sent on September 08, 2014 (18:51) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Beautiful landscape you've framed with a pdr aptly; the gem are the rays that illuminate only the tip of the salt, in this I have to admit that you have used perfect timing.
Oh, you never have time to write a caption
: Given the current crisis, I have to admit that your intro you are at least halved but are still a little full-bodied advice: caption word out, please the photo, copy / paste:-D
if I had the tripod with the cabbage that I shot at f / 6.3
it was possible to increase iso or quickly raged really?
hello e..buona the second:-D

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sent on September 08, 2014 (18:51) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I do not know ... the wife of Simon, but knowing my own and those of many others ... it is more likely to allow the opposite ...

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sent on September 08, 2014 (18:51) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Kame Hello and thanks for your contribution
What can I say, in all honesty I'd rather have everything in focus, then I I'm also very sick, but in these cases, and in these situations you have to settle, in fact, the depth is not affected in any way and you will come quite easily to the volcano , I guess.
a greeting
simone

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sent on September 08, 2014 (18:57) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

All in all the eye "part" after seeing the blurry (there is nothing in the foreground to attract attention;-);-);-)) and therefore does not bother IMHO otherwise excellent shot, I do not pronounce the light because as I understand if there is not that picture is not even considered in your area:-D
Hello claudio

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sent on September 08, 2014 (18:58) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

... I do not know his wife Simone, but knowing my own and those of many others ... it is easier to happen the other way ...

ahahahahah I already imagine the scena..fai also a cross for me are your:-D:-D:-D

You could use the head of the wife as stand MrGreenMrGreen

has a head of hair that you do not dico..poi was crazy with the Healing Brush:-D

it was possible to increase iso or quickly raged really?

as well as sharpness, I'm sick of dynamic range, with a single click I need the file as clean as possible, I also did some shots at 400iso, but were beginning to shake hands:-D came and moved more than blurred:-D to800iso I started sweating and I gave up:-D:-D:-D
however lasted a minute really wow!
hello and thanks again to everyone for the always welcome visits


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sent on September 08, 2014 (19:01) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Claudio
I'm glad your appreciation
I do not pronounce the light because as I understand if there is not that the photo is not even considered in your area mrgreen

forget the clouds in the sky otherwise have to throw away:-D
hello
simone

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sent on September 08, 2014 (19:35) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

wow, you are so popular that after an hour has already been said pretty much everything ....: - |
I one thing I'm telling you the same thing, ISO800 and were in place

is however BEAUTIFULST

hello

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sent on September 08, 2014 (20:35) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Simon,
I follow you and respect you as a photographer because your shots, as well as being beautiful, often bordering on perfection ... I'm glad that sometimes happen even to you of "wrong" one click:-D
Seriously, fantastic PDR and as usual you pulled out the best of the situation.
For what it's worth my humble comment ... you notice the slightly blurred but it is annoying and I agree with Turibol.
A greeting.
Alessandro;-)

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sent on September 08, 2014 (20:54) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Great shot, in the initial fire does not bother me, I knew that the lack of clouds would be properly exploited and balanced properly, congratulations:-P:-P

A salutone, Michele

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sent on September 08, 2014 (21:09) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Beautiful trip I think, given the photo !! This exceptional hive kissed by the sun, great composition ... Congratulations BYE

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sent on September 08, 2014 (22:59) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

This composition is beautiful !!!!
I love it ..... those sunlit cracks in the salt crust only in the form of a single-shot this photo !!!

Given that I am a semi-newbie in photography, talking about errors seem really exaggerated.
True that the first part is out of focus for the PDC but the feeling that conveys the atmosphere of color, depth obtained making it stand out so well those designs created by time and climate conditions is priceless.

So many times you see pictures "perfect" that do not transmit anything ..... I wish I had shots like that in my library Lr;-)

Bravissimo !!! I love it !!

ps Simone switch to Canon ..... Raise the ISO without noise and you're good to !!! :-D:-D:-D

Now I'll kill:-P:-P:-P:-P

Luigi

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sent on September 09, 2014 (6:22) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

extraordinary

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sent on September 09, 2014 (8:49) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Great shot Simonewow!
The Salares de Uyuni must be really an amazing place!
The only regret that I have not taken the stand

..and I imagined that I kinda like Robocop with the prop in place of the arm !! :-D
However, in this specific case I have to say that having the foreground out of focus does not bother me and, indeed, move a little attention to the upper third of helping to "balance" compositionally the picture! ;-)
Hello and congratulations .. even for the trip !! ;-)
Ermanno

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sent on September 09, 2014 (8:58) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

what a wonderful place, and you give me get there without a tripod !!!: fconfuso:

In all honesty disturbs me very out of focus, for me I see no other solution than a nice cut pano to eliminate the blur! ;-)


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