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Varese - Sacro Monte - Third Chapel sent on June 29, 2014 (21:26) by Rriccardo. 16 comments, 596 views. [retina]

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IL MURALE DI GUTTUSO ALLA III CAPPELLA Il 26 novembre 1983, sabato, avvenne l'inaugurazione della pittura murale, di notevolissimo valore, del pittore contemporaneo Renato Guttuso, suo dono alla città nella quale ha vissuto e lavorato. Il murale si trova sulla parete a fianco della terza Cappella dove l'affresco del Nuvolone del XVII secolo, restaurato più volte e in tempi diversi, era completamente andato perduto. Il pittore Guttuso, al quale fu conferita nello stesso giorno la cittadinanza onoraria di Varese da parte del Sindaco, era presente all'inaugurazione. Il murale, di circa trenta metri quadrati di superficie e realizzato con colori acrilici, è stato eseguito davanti alla gente e con la gente ed è visibile dal primo arco della Via Sacra. Il murale è tutto da vedere, da ammirare e da capire: attira, affascina e fa meditare. Raffigura la "Fuga in Egitto", tema sacro che l'artista ha rappresentato in rispetto al Vangelo, ma nel quale ha profuso tutta l'allegoria della fuga che richiama fatti drammatici umani del passato e del presente. Vi si legge il dramma dell'uomo che, in ogni tempo e sotto ogni cielo, è costretto ad abbandonare il suo paese.

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sent on June 29, 2014 (22:55) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Beautiful this photo Richard, you've taken care of all the aspects, except the sky ;-), but here you'd have to do a double exposure; but with regard to perspective, pdr, detail I must say it came well:-P

Just a scaldatina the colors that I think are pretty cool for this kind ;-)

Detailed and very well-written caption, your services are not only photos but all integers to discover and enjoy, congratulations :-)

Greetings and see you soon, Michele

sent on June 30, 2014 (21:26) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Richard, I have to say that after reading your caption, I started to look more closely at your shot looking into it what you said. The nice thing is that I found in its simplicity, and I felt a sense of peace. Compliments.
All the best, Dino

sent on July 01, 2014 (20:44) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Michael and Dino have gà dettto all and with great detail. I would add only that, but it's personal opinion, I would have tried to right slightly vertical lines.

sent on July 01, 2014 (21:20) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

@ Hello Michael, I tried to remember all the tips received but not enough because at some point the confusion was made by the mistress. For the double exposure you have to give me more time, sooner or later I will get there. To think that the colors are going to desaturarle because they seemed too static and not very close to reality. Luckily I save with captions:-D:-D:-D. Thanks for the suggestions and comments are always welcome.
Until next time, Richard

@ Hello Dino, a common thread binds us at this juncture, the simplicity that you have found in this picture I just found in your "candle", with the difference that yours is much more poignant and profound. Thanks to you and the appreciation of the passage. I am also pleased that you have touched on a caption. See you soon, Riccardo

@ Hello Henry, do not be afraid to express opinions, are always welcome both positive but even more so if negative. I need to understand the mistakes. For vertical lines, as a good blockhead, I insist not to use Lightroom and Photoshop (even arranging) but continue to use FastStone (very limited). But I have enrolled in a course that teaches the use of both programs, LR and PS, which will begin in September and then there will not be any more for. Thank you too for the appreciation and for your feedback. At the next photo, Richard

sent on July 02, 2014 (3:23) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

According to me you're doing well, then the colors will make mistakes nearly everyone sooner or later, including magister, and the forum, with his "pain in the ass" including myself, immediately brings them to the attention of the photographer. The odd thing to note is that when you look at the click of other people we can be more often critics right, catching the flaws at first sight, then when post-produce our shots happen to catch the crazy aside: fconfuso :: we are much more "right" to criticize, in the good sense, the pictures of other authors that when we are dealing not ours ;-), I think this is quite normal:-P

I speak often of double exposure but do not know how to proceed, I tell you in all honesty:-D, I know that you do so when one part of the shot, like the sky in this case, is all shinestaesposta; underexposed or even in the case of a sunset in the profiles of the mountains, but I did not dawn on how to do it ;-) I'm glad you do during the PP, just yesterday I faced the tutorial on the falling lines and I assure you that it is simple to understand:-P

Your captions ....... you could make a book:-P

A salutone and see you soon, Michele

sent on July 02, 2014 (21:03) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thank you Michael, always polite. I wish more "pain in the ass", as you say, attend my photos, but most likely are unattractive and therefore we welcome suggestions and criticism of those who stop, if only for a moment, in my galleries.
For the captions ... thanks, but like the photos are fun for me.


sent on July 03, 2014 (2:48) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Richard figured anything, we are in a forum where there are many high-level photographers and many photos as a result, is a "pretty tough race" for them to be able to "emerge" their shots, imagine our ;-)

I think the important thing is always trying to improve: shoot, post-produce and submit the images to the forum, then if some are visited less than other patient, there is a message in queso 8-)

Your photos receive comments, also important, is there life around them, yet some technical detail to optimize and six of "them":-P, caption six unbeatable:-D:-D

I tried to download this photo to fix the falling lines, but I came all the leaves botched unlike everything else and I do not understand the perche, boh, these days I hope to fix this issue ;-)

I saw that you became a member supporter, my compliments :-) :-)

Have fun and entertain us, a salutone and see you soon, Michele

sent on July 10, 2014 (7:51) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

for the falling lines using Edit> Transform> Distort, widen up and tighten down

here are very obvious and it is difficult, we must act during shooting.
for the rest of the photos I find beautiful, I do not mind the overexposed sky, is short and does not distract


sent on July 10, 2014 (9:26) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)


sent on July 10, 2014 (21:22) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

@ Hello Gianmarco thanks once again, I review the lesson I will cover the lesson. I'm glad you enjoyed the photos, the gray sky, unfortunately, we often have a compact and uniform are the envy of the town with the smog to be frightening and when there is this situation that I'm the only one who ventures to photograph .

@ Hello Michael, got the message, I had misunderstood your concept. Thanks for being rehearsed, I tried it and it actually makes more.

Greetings to you both. Thank you and hello

sent on July 15, 2014 (18:11) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Richard, beautiful image that opens the ascent of the beautiful chapels of Sacro Monte di Varese (even if it is the third). Very nice caption that has become your strength. Sometimes pictures are beautiful because they are looking for and accompanied by descriptions that explain the meaning and why they took place.
A warm greeting.

sent on July 16, 2014 (6:18) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Hello Fabrizio, welcome back to the forum. I'm glad you liked it and I appreciate the caption. But you know that, especially from you, I would like criticism to correct the multitude of errors that I make and that ultimately arrive so bland ... I have improved so much all of a sudden? I do not believe.
See you soon,

sent on July 17, 2014 (22:18) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Thanks Richard, I'm happy to be back on the forum I've taken a little time for reflection.
As for your shooting honestly do not see a multitude of errors, then what you have said Michael Henry, Gianmarco is perfect.
But I'll tell you, my pause for reflection prompted me to do some thinking.
On the forum you can see a lot of shots that leave you breathless with their beauty, for the technical capacity during and after the shot by the photographer.
But whoever knows little technique, a little post-production has the right to get excited and to excite with their shots.
I know you and I know how much passion, effort and research you put into your images, I also know how much you enjoy to comment and describe the shots that will affect users of the forum and what quesyou users (including myself) get to appreciate your visits and your comments.
Your improvements are seen and it all depends on you, I know rimedierai short what I think you're missing: the post-production. However, the best thing is to do what you like and makes you feel good here in the forum.
I'll stop now because I've already written too much, it is not me because I consider myself a bear.
A big hello

sent on June 02, 2015 (18:23) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Really beautiful and interesting !!!! wow! ;-) Congratulations Riccardo from Gazebo.

sent on June 02, 2015 (18:39) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Bravo Riccardo, because your weak point is the post, I can not criticize, because of post do not know and do not understand ..
Everything else looks good to me, even the "parable" included in the murals and the beautiful caption!
Bravo, hello. :-P :-P

sent on June 04, 2015 (21:05) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

Gazebo, Micio thank you for having revived this my picture and for the appreciations and considerations. Unfortunately I was (and honestly, I obey even) under the influence of falling lines that denying the PP ancestral persecute me.

A greeting and thanks again pass dl


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