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The Sculptor... iron...

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The Sculptor... iron sent on October 10, 2021 (16:08) by Snipe. 3 comments, 75 views. [retina]

, 1/1000 f/1.4, ISO 6400, hand held. Tarquinia, Italy.

Il signor Domenico Narduzzi è un artista che ama piegare il ferro al suo volere, per plasmare e dare vita alle sue idee. Si è prestato a farsi ritrarre nel suo laboratorio di Tarquinia, illustrandomi le sue creazioni, frutto di osservazione della natura maremmana e rappresentazione allegorica dei vizi umani.



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avatarsenior
sent on October 10, 2021 (17:07) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Splendid, for colors and three-dimensionality. Personally, even if the background rich in elements makes 50% of the photo, I would give up something and make a crop to the right bringing the first line of the thirds up to the height of the craftsman's eyes. Too bad for the cut of the hand but it does not disturb too much (perfection does not exist). Who knows if in the raw you recover the whole hand, an attempt I would do. ;-)

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sent on October 11, 2021 (7:04) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks Mark. Unfortunately shooting freehand, they look in the viewfinder, I missed part of my hand. When I realized it (at home) I ate my ... :-D
For this shot I like the idea that the artist is, in all respects, the central element of his laboratory. In any case, as far as the crop is concerned, it can still be there and I will do some tests :-)

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sent on October 11, 2021 (7:26) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Indeed, if you think about it, I would crop on the other side by taking out the window, since its role actively plays it in lighting (which makes the other 50% of the photo making the scene well) while from the compositional point of view it distracts from the main subject being much brighter. Yes, I would say that a crop on the right, decentralizing the subject always on the same side is better. I tried it like this in 4:3 because I have the tablet in that format and it works better. It also works better because in this case the 4:3 leaves more air around the subject while bringing it more prominently. Small final note: the wonderful 24mm Sony GM and the full frame, allow with 7n certain ease these crops without any regrets. Without taking anything away from the photographer of course.



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