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now I'll take it!...

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now I'll take it! sent on November 18, 2013 (3:46) by Labianca Francesco Luca. 5 comments, 349 views.

at 55mm, 1/125 f/9.0, ISO 100, hand held.

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avatarsenior
sent on February 12, 2014 (22:38) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Do not do it!
I do not know how to begin ...

Why not try to change you to explain to me how to read this?
What did you want to communicate? Why have you proposed?
Come on then let's see if our impressions match ...
;-)

avatarjunior
sent on February 13, 2014 (15:06) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

here begins the "battle":-P

the first thing we address in this thread which I opened a few months ago:
[URL =] www.juzaphoto.com/topic2.php?l=it&t=657352

let's say you are reading this you may understand a little 'better because snap some photos:-D:-D:-D

however you do a very quick explanation, keep in mind that I took the camera around the 10th of August and this photo has been taken up to 10 days later, then the knowledge was ... indeed, ARE what they are:-P
anyway, back to your question, what I wanted to communicate? nothing! 8-) was a beautiful scene, a child playing and trying to catch seagulls, a beautiful image to capture, no more! which then could beimmortalized much better no doubt:-D:-D:-D

EDIT: in the notifications when I read your name under the photo I thought, "I'm preparing to collect some nice shots!" :-D:-D:-D

avatarsenior
sent on February 14, 2014 (11:22) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

notifications when I read your name under the photo I thought, "I'm preparing to collect some nice shots!" MrGreenMrGreenMrGreen

But this is not okay! Wow!
If I insert pictures that I like, there sbrodolo compliments nauseum ... :-D
But always keep in mind that everything I write is unique to my personal life, and to my taste, for my last few skills too aesthetic / historical / cultural / cameras. :-|
It is never said that I say sensible things, I express only my opinion. And often reading the opinions of others
I see the, at least partially (rarely stravolgo, but it can happen). I am also here to hone my skills ... :-D
(I am writing this for Inviktusk600, whichI would not have clipped the wings ... Nonl'ho seen! Wow!: Fconfuso :).
Where are you INVIKTUS??!

Going back to the photo, now I'm running because I have to post a picture in the game post-production and then I have to go ...
Then I read the link that you suggested ...

I find that you have bencomposto the image and this is positive. The story is about a third and it is interesting that you chose the third top right, instead of the more obvious in the lower left (seen where the direct gaze of the child).

Then for the rest of the image to find albun of holiday memories ... :-(
Now, what can be seen from two points of view ...
Or are you a big comunicatore imaging (because you told them exactly what you wanted:
What I wanted to communicate? nothing! Cool was a beautiful scene, a child playing and trying to catch seagulls, a beautiful image to capture, nothing more!
). :-D:-D:-D
Or the next time something more intriguing places, for your satisfaction and for our pleasure ... ;-)
The choice is yours ... :-D

Keep in mind, however, that in your pictures (even if what you write do not already have a thorough knowledge of the techniques) it is clear some research experiment, and this is one of the most important aspects in photography (imho), is called "[B ] IDEA . " It 's inevitable that some pictures and we are able imbrocchi, mhile others may not work ... But I think this will always happen, even when you are no longer able to HBC ... :-D

Hello.
Andrea. ;-)

avatarjunior
sent on February 16, 2014 (1:33) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

But that's not good!

Just kidding, I'm glad that someone "take me to the fish's face," saying what he thinks, in the end the reason why I uploaded my photos of this forum is to make sure that other people, even the most competent, can you give me the their own!

you're a great communicator imaging (because you told them exactly what you wanted:
nothing!
:-D:-D:-D
have you seen? is just past the message I wanted:-P


It 's inevitable that some pictures and we imbrocchi succeed, while others do not work ... But I think this will always happen, even when you are no longer able to HBC ... :-D


This is obvious, but instead of writing
when you are no longer able to HBC
I would have written: HE NEVER become ... :-D:-D:-D

user14286
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sent on February 19, 2014 (18:57) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

It would be useful to learn how to do self-criticism on their shots, for example, you should ask yourself why our image of a pleasure or at least should arouse the attention of the beholder. ;-)



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