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Green python sent on July 24, 2013 (15:26) by Donato Romagnuolo. 38 comments, 5572 views.

, 1/500 f/6.3, ISO 100, hand held. Oasi di Sant Alessio, Italy. Specie: Morelia viridis

Questa foto è stata selezionata da National Geographic Italia come uno dei migliori scatti inviati dai lettori al sito nel mese di Giugno 2013. Attualmente capeggia la pagina facebook di National Geographic Italia e resterà come testata fino alla fine di questa settimana (28 Luglio 2013). Soggetto ripreso in ambiente controllato la foto è stata scattata all'Oasi di Sant'Alessio in provincia di Pavia.



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avatarjunior
sent on July 24, 2013 (15:41) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

My favorite snake!
But it costs and is difficult to manage ...
I'm pleased with my royal python:-P

avatarsenior
sent on July 25, 2013 (19:58) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Beautiful shot! Great colors! I really like this central light! Congratulations!

avatarsenior
sent on July 26, 2013 (11:35) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Truly a great scattocomplimenti

avatarsenior
sent on July 27, 2013 (14:04) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks for the comments. hello.

avatarjunior
sent on August 01, 2013 (6:44) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Beautiful photo, bravo.
X Phoslight is not more expensive as it once was, and is not at all difficult to manage. This year, the couple should make my eggs, if you are interested let you know when they are born.
Greetings
The Serpy

avatarmoderator
sent on August 02, 2013 (0:17) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Good composition and maf. High-contrast image and the bright and reflective almost steals the show at the head of the python because it distracts (imho).
I remind you that if the subject was taken up in a controlled environment (es.Sant 'Alessio), as per regulation, it shall be indicated along with shooting data ;-).
You can also specify the database by entering in your location you visit and call them when you complete the data in posting the image itself.
Hello and good light, laurel

avatarsenior
sent on August 02, 2013 (0:25) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I know this python ... I photographed it too!
Congratulations!
Clara

avatarsenior
sent on August 02, 2013 (12:00) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Completely agree with ElleEmme ;-)

avatarsenior
sent on August 02, 2013 (12:58) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

oh well ... then the National Geographic Italy has lost all credibility in the field of nature photography .....
between the premium to the photo of caiman made to the zoo and this is expected to change its name to the National Zoo Italy

As for me I have not renewed my subscription to the magazine

avatarsenior
sent on August 02, 2013 (15:47) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

beautiful work

avatarsenior
sent on August 02, 2013 (15:53) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Very nice, though I slightly darkened the area in broad daylight, even a little distracting to me ..
Congratulations for the shot and the goal that made you reach! ;-)

avatarsenior
sent on August 02, 2013 (16:03) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

The photo is technically correct, indeed very pleasant, apart from that reflection perhaps due to white light in the display case.
But I can only join in chorus to Emmemme75. How is it that a photo taken to an animal in a case has been selected by the Nat. Geo. ?
I say this for two reasons: 1) Nat. Geo. should emphasize real-life situations in nature 2) Make the pictures in kind is definitely much more complex.
I think Nat. Geo. should reward and highlight only the pictures taken in kind, to enhance the effort of those who arrive in areas often inaccessible, looking for days on the subject, etc ... Any photo taken with a green python in nature deserves more than this!

avatarsenior
sent on August 02, 2013 (16:10) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Beautiful shot ... everything else is chatter! ;-)

Any picture made with a green python in nature deserves more than this!


A beautiful picture is that regardless of the location shooting, a bad photo in nature is a bad photo. Then it's more "simple" make a nice picture in a controlled environment rather than in the wild is likely, but I am convinced that this python him pictures so amazing you have made a few. ;-)

avatarsenior
sent on August 02, 2013 (16:18) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

the composition is perfect, even the light and the colors are beautiful ..
but I agree with Emmemme regarding the speech Nat Geo!
I wonder who are the people who choose photos and depending on what they do .. bah!

avatarsenior
sent on August 02, 2013 (16:34) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

I agree with Sniper ..
A picture is beautiful no matter ..
This is just beautiful. I confirm that this python is much photographed (I made him too), but none is as beautiful as this.! It 's the same story of my caiman. When you read that it was made in a controlled environment seems to lose everything. I photographed the python emerald at night, in Malaysia and the oasis. Of course, the satisfaction with the
"Capture" el "thrill of seeing a specimen is unique in nature and it is not at all comparable, but photographically speaking most appreciate the photo of the python in captivity.
As mentioned in the discussion on my caiman is not so easy and obvious to have perfect images of animals in controlled locations (not parlor zoo) otherwise they would all be masterpieces.
With this I repeat that the animals in the wild are much better
I agree, however, that a picture is selected by the National G. should be taken absolutely in nature.
This does not mean that this is a beautiful picture!
Hello
Clara

avatarmoderator
sent on August 02, 2013 (17:31) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

To avoid misunderstanding Donato Romagnole, especially for those who dwell in this topic, as the regulation must bring this sentence in the caption: "subject being filmed in a controlled environment" and then you can add ", location: Oasis St. Alexis" 8-)

avatarsenior
sent on August 02, 2013 (18:46) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

@ Mod: I added that had been made to the Oasis. ok now I'm adding the other.

Let me just say that I agree with those who say that to take a picture in a controlled environment, as defined here does not mean it is easier. It 's definitely easier to have the availability of this subject is. But the animals are always live and move. Are not imbalzamati.
I do not want food or controversy in discussions on how each of us will always remain on our positions.
I thank those who have commented.

avatarmoderator
sent on August 02, 2013 (21:07) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

F> I find the controlled environments are a good gym to optimize our shooting technique but two experiences are at odds with 2 levels of difficulty completely different, I promise ;-) (imho).
hello and good continuation, laurel

avatarsupporter
sent on August 02, 2013 (22:37)

Nothing to say ! (except a little post production with the eye needed...)
Bravissimo ! ;-)

avatarsenior
sent on August 03, 2013 (16:20) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

ElleEmme, you're probably right, but a shot made after 14 hours of stalking is not necessarily a nice shot behind just because there are so many hours of sacrifice, as has been said by some. (Not you) ;-)




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