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Trento - Piazza Duomo sent on February 06, 2016 (18:16) by Rriccardo. 11 comments, 490 views. [retina]

, 1/60 f/6.3, ISO 160, hand held.

Quando si unisce l'utile al dilettevole. A Trento per motivi di lavoro ne ho approfittato per un giretto in centro, città incantevole che mi sono ripromesso di conoscerla meglio nelle future "gite lavorative" che dovrò affrontare.



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sent on February 06, 2016 (20:29) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Trento is a wonderful and very interesting photographically city because, among other things, is (almost) all concentrated in Central not very large area. The Cathedral of San Vigilio, which thou hast well taken part and a corner of the square, it is very beautiful from an architectural point of view. I'm sure, in your "working trips" in Trento, you will know seize many other beautiful and well made shots like this.
Richard Bravo and see you soon!
Hello !

maximum :-)
PS. When you have finished taking pictures Trento, a few kilometers, if you have time, there are many other beautiful places to photograph (from Rovereto to Now and Lavis up the Val di Cembra, but not only ...).

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sent on February 06, 2016 (21:00) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Well Richard, good framing with a nice angle, lacking a bit 'of space on the right, but maybe You just ate in the correction of the distortion where you did a great job, both before and after ;-)
Perhaps it would make more with a slight underexposure and a bit 'of clarity, however, one of your best shots 8-) ;-)
Can I ask you a question? What happened to the pavement in the foreground?
Hello
Claudio

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sent on February 06, 2016 (23:46) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

@ Max, thanks for appreciating shooting. I agree with you about the beauty of Trento and hope to seize other angles to be proposed, unfortunately the time before and after work is little and so I have not much space for hiking but I take notes, never.

@ Claudio, was definitely not machined except for a slight cut on the left and a bit 'of contrast. For clarity I still have some problems with the goal that continues to make the tantrums and probably the flooring has suffered (I can send you the raw and you will receive no work post because I use Fastone and is rather limited) . Thanks to approve in general.

Hello everyone and thanks

Riccardo

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sent on February 07, 2016 (0:00) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Beautiful Riccardo, I agree with Claudio, well cared for in the composition, bravo you avoided falling lines :-D
I think you got a problem coupled lens camera, or the camera shake? I could not tell exactly what it can be but the ghost images that have been created are quite annoying.
Congratulations, hello and good Sunday.

Fabrizio

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sent on February 07, 2016 (0:07) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Fabrizio, I am glad that the shot you like though (looking very good) some hints of shooting line there, on the other hand does not use Photoshop, but for the moment these are still my limits but over time I'll try to overcome them . To the obvious mess on the cobblestones I know precisely that I have to run for cover, bringing the car to be revised.
Thanks for the ride.

Riccardo

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sent on February 07, 2016 (1:42) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I endorse fully what he says Fabrizio adding the focus that lately had given you problems.
Since the photo of stones is perfect, it may have been the coup de Lavertezzo to get high order.
You have posted two pictures simultaneously and the rain came! Now we know who to blame for the increased drought.
Hello Riccardo

Angel

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sent on February 07, 2016 (9:01) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Ssssssssssssssssttttt, Angelo do not know about that I also have this power, I could be swamped with requests.
Thanks for the ride, and I think I'll have to pass by the workshop of Luca for Recalibration of the Nikon.
Hello

Riccardo

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sent on February 08, 2016 (21:22) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Ric. In my point of view you do not have problems nell'accoppiata lens / body; I just think, as you've pointed out
was definitely not worked except for a slight cut on the left and a little 'contrast.

I took the liberty of making some small administrative attention, and it seems to me that the result is more better!
I should point out that starting from the photo posted the result is not optimal, you could do better starting from RAW, surely others will do better and with much better results this to get their hands on and avoid the usual maria asylum.
Rather than FastStone I suggest you download free "CAPTURE NXD" from the Nikon website which I think works better and makes impressive results when compared to FastStone.IMHO
other bodywhat I feel to suggest to me is the point of MAF that with the opening you've used you as little sharpness in general. Maybe a hair more would not spoiled Perhaps they might fire between the manhole and the steps of the fountain. The 18/105 is the darkness of her though your D7000 would also have helped you to raise the times if you went with higher ISOs (eg 400/800), and the noise would not bother you that much. The soft feeling may also result from excessive use of noise reduction that your PP program ill-digested.
Here is what little I could do; I forgot resized 1200px long side.






A greeting
enry



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sent on February 09, 2016 (22:09) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Enrico thank you for the time you have devoted to this file (drawing among other things a more "alive" than mine) and for the suggestions. Kindergarten let go of who has yet to grow, go ahead all the considerations that you believe, the limit will banno :-D :-D if they are not to my liking. I'll try to download the Nikon program but laziness that lurks in me already begins to rebel at the thought of going out from the usual routine to try new paths. I promise I'll try. For soft feel we can say that that day was a certain veiling which favored that situation, just look at the sky and see what dish.
Thanks again and please do not hesitate to switch to sprinkle my shots.
Hello

Riccardo

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sent on February 28, 2016 (9:38) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Beautiful shot congratulations hello Giulio

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sent on February 29, 2016 (5:55) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Giulio, thanks to the passage of acceptable comment.

Riccardo



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