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Archive for September, 2015

Photography: Classic Manarola, Cinque Terre

When people think of Cinque Terre they frequently get an image of the town Manarola. I’d like to cleanup the lens flare in the pictures below, especially the second. The day had few clouds, so the contrast isn’t as striking as I’d like. The hike to here was lots of fun, and quite challenging.    


Photography: Vernazza Italy

 A view of Vernazza, in Cinque Terre Italy. This isn’t an HDR; it is a single RAW file that I manipulated a bit to make it look more vibrant and pleasing. I enjoy how the town is jetting out to the center of the photo, but also like the flag that sort of takes your eye away from the background. There is some slight lens flare around the castle on the peninsula that I need to clean up.


Photography: Boats in Portovenere, Italy

Here are a set of boats in Portovenere, Italy. A wonderful town that wasn’t as touristy as Cinque Terre, and not as bustling as the much larger La Spezia. We had taken a train from Camogli to La Spezia and then a boat over to Portovenre. While walking along I thought the boats would make a great picture; but the sun was too bright, and casting too many shadows over the town itself. An HDR can help pull out details from the shadows, but I decided to give it a blue overtone and make it feel more wispy.  The first picture... [read more]


Photography: Cinque Terre Boats in Manarola, Italy

I decided to go old-style with this boat photo from Manarola, Italy — one of the “Cinque Terre” towns on the Italian west coast.   


Photography: Camogli Beaches

The beaches in Camogli are small round rocks. I really enjoy them more than sandy beaches. I hate how sand gets everywhere. It gets in your shoes, your shorts, your hair and just feels gritty. The small stones aren’t as comfy to lay on, but I really enjoy not having to deal with sand.  In the first picture you can see some faux whale/dolphin animals that were made for an upcoming communication festival.    


Photography: Camogli, Italy – View From the Castle

I’ve been visiting Camogli quite a bit with Costanza, since her family has a history of vacationing in the small Italian seaside town. I captured quite a few pictures that I’m happy with, and here is the first of a series. Camogli, as seen from the castle. I climbed up a dilapidated set of stairs that led to a long ago bricked over door, and took this hand-held HDR picture composed of 5 exposures.



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