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    Hazy morning

    there was an hazy morning, I was driving when I saw a sun ray broke the haze, so I quickly stopped the car and took this picture with my 50mm prime. Does it works? I have a few others shots, with slightly different composition.
    what do you think about? too tight crop? more room at bottom? at right? ...?
    many thanks!
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    Nicola

    Hazy morning

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    Re: Hazy morning

    Nicola

    I am not viewing this on my own profiled and calibrated monitor, but this looks a spectularly good image. The tones from dark to light going back through the image are wonderful. And the composition is, in my view, magnificent.

    A majestic looking scene. Where, precisely, is it?

    My only question (and it remains a question) is whether it would help to clone out the poles and the wire between them at the bottom of the image

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    Re: Hazy morning

    Donald
    thank you very much for your appreciation, it means a lot for me.
    about the poles, you are right it is better to clone them out... I've been too lazy, but I do it soon!

    this is a view of Assisi, the birth village of Saint Francis, near Perugia.
    below a "sun-kissed" view of the main cathedral of Assisi. the same you can see in the B&W picture in the foreground but from a different point of view.
    thanks for your feedback
    Nicola

    Hazy morning

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    Re: Hazy morning

    I agree with Donald, what a spectacular photo. Also agree it would look so much better without the power/phone line. Lovely photo Nicola :-D

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    Re: Hazy morning

    Very nice image, as I've said before "if it weren't for those darn utility poles, yet you miss them so much when they are down".

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    Re: Hazy morning

    Nicola love the shot, even the power lines, in my mind are ok as they are part of the picture. I hope you do not mind, as I tweeted your shot, to my mind set, as the bright sky was wanting to take my eyes to heaven and it is the Cathedral of Assisi that I wanted to focus on. So a added a touch of structure and darking to the sky, doing the with the same to the cathedral.

    Hazy morning

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