An Italian Adventure

Discussion in 'Landscape & Cityscape' started by CapturingGlory, Sep 13, 2007.

  1. CapturingGlory

    CapturingGlory TPF Noob!

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    I went to Italy this summer. And I said on another board that I am no expert! I just edited them on my computer and right now am learning the technical side of photo.

    Here are a few of the pics I took.

    Sorrento Sunset
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    Pompeii
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    Pompeii
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    Romans Ruins
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    In flight...just looks cool!
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  2. LaFoto

    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Hey again, CapturingGlory.
    So you travelled to Italy from ... where?

    That sunset is nice, though I find it is a bit dark.
    Same applies to the first Pompeji photo here.

    All in all, they are a bit small to really comment (at 292px at their longer side the last three are way too small). The longest side may well be 600px long, up to 800px, that is a good viewing size for all users, no matter what monitor they have.

    But from what I can see, the little black triangle on the left of the second Pompeji-photo is quite distracting, and composition of the Roman Ruins photo could have been made a little more interesting by changing your POV (point of view) just a little, by crouching or so (just a thought).
     
  3. AbelR74

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    Love your third and fourth shots (just wish they were a bit bigger) and also your second shot, although a little dark, would really like to see it bigger and with the brightness/contrast bumped up a notch.
    Cool over the wing shot though!
    Keep on shooting!
     

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