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View from La Campana sent on August 15, 2013 (15:12) by Paolovitale. 3 comments, 342 views.

, f/16.0, ISO 200, hand held.

Unione di 3 foto scattate in Av unite con la funzione Merge di PS. Poi ho cercato di migliorare le colline in fondo seguendo questa guida: http://www.michelenespoli.it/index.php?rn=migliorare%20i%20paesaggi Il risultato non è venuto fuori un gran che. Ho cercato di migliorare al meglio anche l'aberrazione cromatica col filtro Lente sempre di PS.

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sent on August 16, 2013 (9:25) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello, I state that I'm starting to do landscapes right now, so maybe I'm not the best person, but I try to tell you my idea:-D
The position and intensity of the sun have not helped nor made the color, nor the overall contrast of the image.
The lack of interesting items that would make the sky would take me to exclude a larger part in the composition, maybe I would have given greater prominence to the beautiful hills and the play of shapes that make the plowed fields, leaving the sky a little less space.
Always a compositional level also would have chosen a elemeto leading most interesting piece of the pool which in my opinion distracts some attention.
Finally watching the detachment between the sky and the trees I think there is a little too excessive uselowing the increase in clarity (you can see a part too dark at the top of the hills and in the trees).
Hope that helpful advice or ideas and certainly more worthy of note I invite you to look at who he does it better than me how loooong Caterina Bruzzone (which for me is one of the best landscape painters in this forum) and clearly those of Juza - )
If you are interested then check out some of the articles that did Juza on the masks and landscapes.
Hello and Good Light:-D

sent on August 16, 2013 (17:45) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thank you very much for criticism (the first!).

I'll tell you my idea that I had looking at the view I wanted to capture the lines of the composition respecting the rule of thirds, and the horizontal line created by the hills interrupted by the vertical line of the tree (deliberately put to cnetro) to make sense, giving a sense depth using the cuttlefish (oblique line) I wanted to enrich it by adding to the view with the pool and the suitcase also to give three-dimensionality but as they say, the crippled too: D

"Finally watching the detachment between the sky and the trees I think there is a little too excessive use of the increase in clarity (you can see a part too dark at the top of the hills and in the trees)."

Alas, I know, I noticed at the end of reworkstion. That portion of the image was originally poorly defined and blue, so I followed the guide that I linked in the caption with that result. I posted it anyway because I was hoping someone could tell me what went wrong.

sent on August 18, 2013 (16:14) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

In my opinion and if I was I would not have ever done a photo to one of scorrcio paesaggiodove attention is not 'captured by any element.
There 'nothing that can be pleasing to the eye, so the first thing I would try (even before they get better composition) to train the eye in search of interesting landscapes in particular weather conditions.
I would try to shoot with a light that can be that of a sunset or a sunrise, but also in the middle 'day, with a particular soft light and weather conditions, it might come out something nice.
This photo regardless of the light does not say anything ...
The look is not 'captured by any element
Take a ride in the gallery landscapes (perhaps the most popular in the pictures) and you will roughly account of criteria such as care and treatment in pre scatto.

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