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sent on May 14, 2013 (11:01)

Very nice pix, light and realization.

Olivier

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sent on May 14, 2013 (16:37) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Olivier Thanks! :-)

avatarsenior
sent on May 14, 2013 (19:03) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Featured nothing short of fantastic, the rest does not convince me a little bit like the softness on the plants and the cut that you have given to the sky ... I completely ruled out the reflection of the sun so cut a little out of place in my opinion anyway .... nice!
a greeting!

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sent on May 14, 2013 (19:55) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks Andrea! :-)
Always appreciated every comment.
The softness you are referring to is the fact that, having taken freehand, I focused on the first floor so the background is out of focus and soft leggermnente.
Regarding the cutting of the sky, I did not do to save the flowering plant on the far left at the bottom, but now that I look at the picture again, I realize that I could clone the reflection on the sea.

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sent on May 14, 2013 (21:25) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Very beautiful backlighting on the plants and the landscape, I agree with Andrea ;-)
Hello.

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sent on May 14, 2013 (21:42) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

hello weave! excuse you always hammer:-D:-D but the photo is beautiful compositional, the plants and the colors are beautiful, but we always leave a black line which is a shame! if you look at the photo of the pine trees there is a strong black line that continues making too unnatural picture, I'm sure you did it to darken the sky, and rightly so, but the halo is finished also on the plants. The double exposures are already difficult for them, when you put contour horizons etc but not net as branches of the trees will complicate his life. should have an exposure + or-exposed correctly for all so you do not have brutalemte darken a portion of the frame where you encounter undefined boundaries. And if you stop on the light there is another mistake: we have a setting sun that tends to brighten things more slowly and other things below remain in shadow, the sun in your photosand is clearly almost on the horizon but the light is on plants at the bottom and not on the trees. See what I mean? unless there's something you do stay in the shade (but does not appear on the shape of the landscape), the light is wrong.

I'll write it just because you make some nice photos but could be super if you correct the post production work!
a greeting


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sent on May 14, 2013 (21:46) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks Catherine! :-)
I should add that, having had as to reduce a bunch of shots in recent days, only later I realized that I did not even correct the bubble out of 24 for which the trees at the edges converge in out upwards. ...
Photos ... this is certainly to be revised as many others, as in PP and I'm learning very slowly refining the technique, but still I am far from mastering it.

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sent on May 14, 2013 (22:06) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Gianluca,
do not worry if I hammers. You should know that I treasure this type of comments and I'm grateful indeed. ;-)
Let 's see if I understand your point of view: the upper part of the pine trees in the background is darker than the lower part, is so'?
My reasoning is this: if you look at a backlit subject, such as a tree, you'll see it most likely as in the picture, that is, be able to see to some extent the details and colors in the lower and more sheltered from light, while you'll see almost black at the top of which is invested by the light from behind, that is in full backlighting.
So in the process of PP melt in the sky / sea with the land (as you have rightly pointed out are two different shots), I appositamente shaded the top of the pine trees.
There was also the option of using the hard-edged, but other than that with the trees I have yet to refine the technique (as long as there is a technique), the result would look unnatural with the sky and the sea darker than trees in backlight.

You talk to properly expose both for the earth and for the sky, but it is possible with a backlight so 'direct?
With my old 5D seems impossible to me .... maybe with more modern sensors ... I do not know.

Regarding the second error I completely understand what you mean. The answer is the same I gave you before, that the parties in sharp backlight that have as background the sky, are naturally darker although more exposed to the sun most of those at the bottom that year as sfondo the earth or other vegetation ... in my opinion ... but even here I may be wrong.

Anyway thank you for your accurate judgment. :-)


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sent on May 14, 2013 (23:09) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

hello weave!
I knew then, unfortunately, see the post I was misled, how comes it seems that the sun is below the horizon!
your address is correct, however, the pines are practically blacks, in reality in the correct part is right at the base of the same where you see that are dark but the light cmq let the color stand out. Where did you do that darkened excessively and pines have become blacks! I think it can not happen unless we are talking about a wall (know what I mean:-D) the error you see, now that the ovverso even more specifically, to the right of the frame on the line of the sea, you see that the water azzura is clear as above (about where the pines end) becomes the whole darker? even there the pines in the clear are correct then blacks are net.

as regards the form in qhese cases you should use a mask on the shadows, so as to safeguard the lights (in this case the trees) and just touch the sky behind it.

the shot with correct exposure in your case it could have, not being a full backlight using the lens hood and putting his hand (in this case the right) to cover the sun maybe you could a little to keep the histogram in the middle, in cm ² sottoesponi doubt always a little more, the sight of your car lights then you can always recover but at least you avoid hassles to darken!

a greeting

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sent on May 15, 2013 (1:43) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Well, the sun was above the horizon, even if only slightly.
I understand exactly what you mean and your observation makes me think that we monitor calibrated differently.
Please note that under the right coast sprouting clouds which are lighter than the overlying sea ... the sea also has points in the shadow of the clouds and so it is darker in others point since there is no shadow is brighter.
Ok for the tip on the mask of shadows.
I will take note also of the suggestion of his hand by way of the screen, I never thought of that.
Gianluca Thanks for your input! :-)

avatarsenior
sent on May 15, 2013 (11:29) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Beautiful first floor, something to remember in post, but you have said it all ;-)

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sent on May 15, 2013 (13:50) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks Luka180! :-)

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sent on May 19, 2013 (12:04) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

So beautiful, congratulations. Beautiful the last grazing light on the foreground.
At most I would get a bit 'more than reflection and colors on the left to delete a bit' of blue (and white) on the right.
But I love it so.
Mauro

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sent on May 19, 2013 (14:07) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks Mauro! :-)
The problem is that I had to cut a chain-link fence on the left so I had no choice ...

avatarsenior
sent on August 05, 2013 (8:18) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

First floor amazing, I would have included the sun or excluded altogether.

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sent on August 05, 2013 (16:58) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks Nile! :-)
I could not include the sun to complete ... and even exclude it, to the left I had a fence and I could not go further on, under penalty of exclusion inflorescence at the bottom and moving too far to the edge of the inflorescences in the foreground.
Maybe I could clone the reflection of the sun on the sea .... thanks anyway for the suggestion that I find very useful.

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sent on February 10, 2017 (14:33) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Happi shot not easy but high-impact, beautiful, congratulations.
7Ciao, Raimondo

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sent on February 10, 2017 (14:48) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks again Raymond.
Very nice.




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