A magical night with my friend Franco shooting at 0 degree and 2400 mt this wonderfull view.
Tested my new Samyang 14mm 2.8. I still love this lense!
Sunset over the peaks
5DIII-14mm 2.8 @ f13 - 1/10 ISO 50
3 Cime di Lavaredo - Dolomiti - Italy
Home in the Nature
Morning in Vernazza
Classical Italian Framed
Cascte del Dardagna | Dardagna Falls
6D | 24-70L 2.8 II
The making of:
This is made by only one shot using the "zoom-out" technique.
First put the camera, with a zoom lens, on a tripod or a stable surface than set the camera shutter speed at 2 seconds.
Put the zoom at the longest focal lenght (in my case was a 24-70mm @ 70mm) and set the AF-Drive to 2sec delay.
Start the shot and when the shutter release fast zoom-out with the lens at 24mm.
The most important part is that the camera need to record the darker part of the image at 24mm for at least 1 second AFTER the zooming effect. This is the secret to have the trees sharp and in focus.
Using the zoom-in technique will give not the same result because only the center part of the image will be in focus.
Enjoy and good light!
The Last Hope 2
Snow in Bologna... my hometown!!! Was very long time I didn't seen so much snow!!!!
Ponte dei Sospiri
Slow Slide Chatting in Venice
Siamo stati tante volte a Venezia, ma non c'avamo mai stati a Gennaio. Di solito i turisti affollano la Laguna nel periodo di Carnevale, oppure durante le loro ferie estive. L'anno scorso abbiamo deciso di vedere Venezia con altri occhi. Volevamo evitare gli affollamenti di persone per goderci appieno la calma rilassante delle sue pittoresche vie acquatiche. Se non sapete dove andare il prossimo weekend, andateci! Non vi deluderà.
We have been to Venice many times, but we had never been in January. Tourists usually crowd the lagoon during Carnival, or during their summer holidays. Last year we decided to see Venice with other eyes. We wanted to avoid the overcrowding of people to fully enjoy the soothing calm of its picturesque aquatic streets. If you do not know where to go next weekend, go for it! Not disappoint.
Bologna on the Water
"It's more important for a photographer to have very good shoes than to have a very good camera"