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Met harry ............. v2.0...

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Met harry ............. v2.0 sent on July 02, 2013 (21:36) by Capellone24. 48 comments, 6486 views. [retina]

, 1/60 f/5.0, ISO 100, tripod. Parco del Gran Sasso e Monti della Laga, Italy.

Questa vuole essere un omaggio alla foto più commentata dell'area macro (almeno da quando io frequento il forum...).......ovviamente con tutti i limiti del fotografo e della sua attrezzatura... circa 20 esposizione f5.0 iso 100 1/60 ,in luce ambiente di due damigelle collaborative sistemate su plamp ,slitta micrometrica (quella cinese di ebay),Zerene stacker e tanta pazienza (ne avrò cestinate 7-8 serie) per dimostrare a me stesso che la foto di Alberto è ahimè inarrivabile :-D Ciauz!!..... ritoccata in photoshop e croppata...



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140 persons like it: Adriano, Airsimon77, Alberto Ghizzi Panizza, Alberto Perer, Albertophotos, Alpi05, Angelo84, Antonio77, Babu, Bambi's Revenge, Barbara76, Baribal, Beppe Cialona, Boyetto, Carlo Longoni, Carlo Ricci, Cave11, Ch3m, Cincisquicis, Claudio Cortesi, Conniecomment, Cristian Arghius, Cristina Giani, Damiano68, Daniele Martinucci 97, Danilo Bassani, Davide Falossi, Davide Folegatti, Diego Cattaneo, Diego Dalla Valle, Donato Romagnuolo, Elìa Pellegrino, Elena87, Elias Piccioni, Elleemme, Emozionevisiva, Enricor69, Erica Scamperle, Ernesto Patricolo, Esaphoto, Eurialox, Evelina79, Fabio Castagna, Fabiopisciotta, Fabrizio Municchi, Falconfab, Fededef, Fermoimmagine, FilippoPellegrini, Flavio84, Francesco C, Francesco Iafelice, Free Spirit, Fuli, Gabriele Di Rollo, Gabriellam, Gaetano Perego, Gagarose, Gaijin, Gazza71, Gian Antonio, Gianfrancopiga, Giorgio Guarraia, Giosa, Giovanni Boccardo, Giuseppe Guadagno, Gtabbi, Gustiweb, Guz, Ilaale, Ivancosta, Jahromi, Jj_ale, Kikozzo, Korra88, L'oggettoindistruttibile, Landerjack, Lara Zanarini, Larissa71, Lina11, Loredana Schena, Lorenzo Bel, Losi Andrea, Luca Candido, Luca Filidei, Luca.cina, Luigi Torino, Lulù, M3ndoza, Manuela Serra, Marco Moscaritolo, Marco Mottillo, Marco Palazzo, Marco Stuard, Marmor, Martello, Mascia Cristian, Massimiliano Mormile, Matteo Perilli, Mattfala, MaxNikonista63, Maxspin73, Mene70, Mimmo Macaluso, Mirc_s, Mnardell, Momo, Nabat18, Nicola De Crecchio, Nicolav, Nik-mac-toni, Palmy, Panz76, Paolo Caloisi, Paolo Viviani, Paolo-tave, Pdeninis, Pronor, Puliciclone, Riccardo Arena Trazzi, Riccardo Bacchi, Roberto Albergoni, Roberto Caliari, Roberto1977, Salvo L. G., Simona Loredana, Simone Rossi, Simone Simonetti, Soujirou17, Stiglic89, Tiroby, Tupa66, Va.mark, Valerias1993, Valpil58, Vasile Gori, Vsevolod K, Wladimiro Cavina, Yago, Ziomauri


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avatarsupporter
sent on July 02, 2013 (21:41) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Bravo!

I feel very good result and especially loving the saturation of the colors I love it.

HELLO

avatarsupporter
sent on July 02, 2013 (21:43) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Modest, but valid, beautiful photos.
You'll see by the time you are good in equal measure. ;-)

a greeting

avatarjunior
sent on July 02, 2013 (22:05) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Fantastic. :-D:-D:-D

avatarsenior
sent on July 02, 2013 (22:18) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Saw the result I would not say that "the photo of Albert is unfortunately unattainable." I would say that "well begun is half done." Congratulations, great result!

avatarjunior
sent on July 02, 2013 (23:58) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Great! beautiful and very nice! There really is a kind of human behavior!

avatarjunior
sent on July 03, 2013 (0:10) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

WOW

avatarsenior
sent on July 03, 2013 (7:01) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Great shot, congratulations

hello Gaetano

avatarsenior
sent on July 03, 2013 (8:29) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Sonata stackers and lots of patience (I'll binned series 7-8) to prove to myself


This is what one expects to see in this kind of picture and then everything fits, no tricks and no deceit and no one who doubts or wonder if the two bridesmaids were alive or not, it often falls into the megalomania of those who want to appear magical and omnipotent everything that you do, sometimes a bit of humility would not hurt, but you know the famous saying, good or bad as long as we speak, then the gain is always there.
Thanks for pointing out the difficulty encountered in making shoty nature of a technique that everyone uses but keep them hidden in the drawer, by virtue of what? Wow!

I only regret that shots cos &igrave, are taken little into account, it may be that when one tells the truth all seem to fall from the clouds and are indignant, and when they are hidden techniques sucitano more interest?
This is and will remain the mystery of the Web
congratulations again, so much the hat ;-)

ps you have nothing to prove, you've done with this photo center!

avatarsenior
sent on July 03, 2013 (9:12) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I find it well done and the real limit is how you characterized the shot: the 180 is phenomenal, it works fine up to 1:1. here I think you added the tubes and the quality also decreases on a single photo. if the same picture I had made with short-throw you would have been amazed by the quality as major problems have you had not shake-except on some paw that fades at once (probably moved). Another piece of advice, even though I have not put anything like that so I speak without a chair:-D, is set on live subjects and details such as the bridesmaids, a diaphragm slightly more 'closed type f8 (not more). the quality of light is good but you have to make fewer shots and run less risk. last consideration I do: let us remember that our eyes see for focal planes so a little 'out of focus sometimes there are natural and with a few clicks you tanger out more 'that the individual does not allow without losing naturalness.

said this nice photo nice facility with a beautiful color. hello

ps: ritiroper tubes I saw now that it's cropped. still good

avatarsenior
sent on July 03, 2013 (11:00) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Many congratulations for the excellent construction, beautiful colors

hello
Danilo

avatarjunior
sent on July 03, 2013 (11:41) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

@ Free Spirit:
I tried to implement it in order to understand how long it takes to make a dozen shots without the subject move.
quoto in full disclosure, for me there is absolutely nothing to hide I realize that it is also complicated indeed it may be more difficult to level two butterflies and a daisy on the field rather than take 20 images and then stack them .... ...

@ Guz you're right on the imperfections, unfortunately my biggest flaw is the haste with which I do things (for lack of time ...)

I explain two things:
when I reassembled stacking with Sonata I ran twice the DP procedure, the very first time increasing the contrast, the second decreasing say roughly 70% the first year and 40% if thesecond passed, and then exported to the two images I remounted on photoshop with a layer mask to select parts of one and parts of the other layer.

all this because I had not seen as a good hasty functionality "retouching" of Sonata that allows, through a brush, to choose which part of the individual shots bring up the image composed ...... of course when I found out I had already cleaned up the pc from all RAW (it was about 400 that day ...) and then exported all the shots now I can not process it more precisely;-D could possibly recover from formatted memory card but it would be too much work, I first make a new one next Sunday:-D

for the objectives courts must ask two things in pvt, this is cropped lot with 180, the tubes do notI've never tried, ordered Monday should reach me during the week .....

I also have a few sets to 12-15 shots at f8, cmq it goes very lucky, often move when you're shooting at f8 and throw everything and then maybe stay idle one minute ..... in short, it takes patience and do as many sets and then control them well at home ..

Thank you all for the passage and comments welcome!!!


avatarsenior
sent on July 03, 2013 (11:47) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

mine was a speech in general, was not referring to anyone in particular, certainly admire Cristian Arghius for what it says, I am "ignorant" in the field than others, and I am glad to learn, but then for the rest spoke in General ;-)

avatarjunior
sent on July 03, 2013 (12:26) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

You're right ... sorry ...... Free edited my answer ;-)

avatarsenior
sent on July 03, 2013 (12:58) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Not bad this picture!
I do not think No monster of sharpness, but it is done well.
I do not share the speech ... I think the difficulty is much more difficult to do that stacking a single click done well ... (ihmo)
Clear that stack of 10 photos do not require great job ... if clicked well ..
Not even that the secret seems to me holding a speech ... there are a few who do it for me on this forum .. and I seem to have almost always found that those who practice the scrive.Riguado explanations apart from some vip .. I think that all may be available.
;-)
Edit: I had not seen that it is a crop .. so sure that the original file is clearer! ;-)

avatarsenior
sent on July 03, 2013 (13:42) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Very nice ... and colors!
A photo of great impact!
Hello
Clara

avatarsenior
sent on July 03, 2013 (15:42) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Fantastic curtain, I think it's a great job, regardless of the fact that someone can do better.
so many compliments on my part,
Roberto.

avatarsupporter
sent on July 03, 2013 (19:22) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Beautiful Chapel! As you can see the photo is fattibilissima when you find two young ladies quiet. You have nothing to envy me, you're very good! :-)



avatarsupporter
sent on July 03, 2013 (20:15) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello,

For the best picture worthy of the best photos' commented. Congratulations!

enricor

avatarjunior
sent on July 03, 2013 (20:53) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

thanks Silo, Clara, Robert and Albert and Henry!!!!

Silo is a crop pushed enough, I would say that is about 80% ........ the ladies were really small, I seem much smaller than those of the lowland lakes say about 3.5 cm in length. bho ..?

Alberto thanks for the ride ..... as I wrote your photo has aroused the curiosity to explore this new world colorful short ....... I'm going to try to go further with the technique ... ...


ciauz!!


avatarsenior
sent on July 04, 2013 (1:01) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I am stepping stone to complimenti.bravo deserved! bravo! ;-)




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