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Varese - Villa Panza - 5 - Reception Hall - 2 sent on January 04, 2020 (18:56) by Roberto P. 4 comments, 259 views. [retina]

at 10mm, 1/60 f/5.6, ISO 2500, hand held.

Domenica 23 aprile 2017, 17:02. E' la foto precendente, modificata con il software Dxo ViewPoint 3.1. Ho, in tal modo, attenuato l'effetto della deformazione laterale (o anamorfica), la cui principale controindicazione consisteva nel fatto che la malcapitata signora sulla sinistra appriva enormemente ingrassata e la lesena corinzia, dietro di lei, assumeva proporzioni da ordine tuscanico. Tuttavia ho l'effetto collaterale che la prospettiva non è più rigorosamente rettilineare; lo si nota osservando gli andamenti degli angoli che la parete di sinistra fa, sia con il soffitto sia con il pavimento, che si incurvano avvicinandosi al bordo. Ma è come una coperta che la si tira o da una parte o dall'altra; e le leggi dell'ottica sono ineludibili... #Ville #Monumenti #Fotografi

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sent on January 04, 2020 (22:31) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

yes, the laws of optics are inescapable. The price the lady pays is to have her feet a little stretched now :-D
Thanks to you, I think I think if G. B. Piranesi lived today... maybe he'd still prefer to draw :-) and don't photograph 8-)

sent on January 05, 2020 (0:25) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

sent on January 05, 2020 (10:02) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Well, once again you make it with your kindness more unique than rare a small little door, which I open with the naivety and ignorance of my usual... and I end up in a fractal matroska :-D
You reminded me of the "mistakes" of some of Caravaggio's paintings from the use of the darkroom.
Thank you for your time Roberto, I joke but it's always beautiful to read you.
Good Sunday.

sent on January 05, 2020 (13:27) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

However, with the Dxo ViewPoint software, which is very flexible
you can shorten your feet to the unfortunate photographer on the left.
I made this for fun in a couple of minutes (Dxo ViewPoint has the merit of simplicity of use, turning the perspective into a spherical type:
[IMG]https://i.postimg.cc/DwL7yTx qq/DSC09892b-CR-Luci-100-Shadows-75-Chiar-60-Nitid-70-1-7.jpg[/IMG]
Feet have actually shortened, but it does not need to list the contraindications that this intervention has entailed...
In short, the usual speech of the blanket that you either pull it or to one side or the other...
Good Sunday

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