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Toscana summer
 

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Summer vacation in Italy

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Taken with Canon Canon EOS 450D

  • 18 mm
  • 1/125
  • f f/8.0
  • ISO 100
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color balance, lighting adjusted.

 

The grain problems in this are caused by underexposure.  Scenes like this are tricky, with a bright sky, and dark foreground.  For the best results on landscapes, use a tripod, and bracket your exposures.  You can then edit the best exposed sky with the best exposed foreground, to make a better image.

 

Getting it right in the camera is most important, but knowing how to edit is also a necessity.

 

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VERY painterly Image. if this was on canvas?...a winner. Read Darla again. this could have been a important Image. trying to bring back exposure is very difficult without a LOT of Megapixels and a state of the art camera with a bigger dynamic range. what Im impressed with is your eye in composition and it is one of the hardest things to teach. Please send me the largest JPG you have to Rinderart@aol.com and I'll Play with it. This deserves it. Just a few very small Moves more than Darla made which helped Hugely.. learning to Process and knowing this while you shoot is Very Important.

 

Im Impressed and that don't happen Often.I wanna see a tripod always when your shooting even when you think you don't need one.

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VERY painterly Image. if this was on canvas?...a winner. Read Darla again. this could have been a important Image. trying to bring back exposure is very difficult without a LOT of Megapixels and a state of the art camera with a bigger dynamic range. what Im impressed with is your eye in composition and it is one of the hardest things to teach. Please send me the largest JPG you have to Rinderart@aol.com and I'll Play with it. This deserves it. Just a few very small Moves more than Darla made which helped Hugely.. learning to Process and knowing this while you shoot is Very Important.

 

Im Impressed and that don't happen Often.I wanna see a tripod always when your shooting even when you think you don't need one.

Thank you Darla, Rinder for your advices. Rinder, I'll send you the file soon.

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