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Parigi 2013

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Ladders sent on January 16, 2014 (0:14) by Larry. 4 comments, 581 views.

, 1/40 f/4.0, ISO 1250, hand held.

Attendendo un tempo interminabile in fila per guadagnarsi il posto sugli ascensori della Tour Eiffel si può apprezzare quanto sia intricata la struttura quando la si osserva da una prospettiva più ravvicinata ...

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sent on January 16, 2014 (10:20) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

The photo certainly puts emphasize the complexity of the structure but the composition is very chaotic, in these cases it is essential to choose the precise points, preferably in areas of gold, where to drop an intersection of lines or pass a line perfectly vertical or horizontal to create a "support" to serve as a benchmark for all other parts more disordered.

sent on January 16, 2014 (14:11) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello and thank you first of all pass!

I'll tell you, in fact, the composition of this shot did not convince me either ... and your notes are in line with what perplexes me. I made a slight crop to the composition so I have a little 'margin to adjust the picture, although the trigger is originally somewhat confused. I chose to compose so to bring out in a subtle way to the stairs that are located on the vertical line on the right of third parties (the "ladders" of the title, in fact) schiarendole slightly and placing a line on the right edge of the image as a support from which to start the exploration of the photo. I intend for the viewer's attention had to be guided to the vertical line of the stairs as a single point "reference" in the midst of the chaos of the structure: among other things, the air is sopra the cross-over stairs wanted to give the impression of "escape route blocked." The composition is more rational than it looks, and that's why I'm the first to admit to not being able to convey what I meant: D

sent on January 16, 2014 (14:48) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Try, if possible, to really put in the vertical area of ??the stairs going up, the problem is that there is not even a vertical or horizontal line that gives important support to the complex structure, even that big curved trellis on the right edge and helps make even more confusing tangle of lines.

sent on September 08, 2016 (12:53) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

: -o: -o: -o Pdr unusual for this war memorial, but beautifully photographed. Kudos to the bravura.ciao mauro

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