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Stefano Davanzo on April 28, 2011

bel soggetto e buon B/N - like

Ciao Stefano

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Małgorzata Kasiewicz on April 28, 2011

Beautiful shot - excelent composition! Greetings,Małgorzata:)Like!

Rafael (Retrocool) on April 29, 2011

Beautiful capture...

☼ EzioMacchione ☼ on May 2, 2011

Belle entrambe, foto e soggetto. Mi piace molto l'andamento "quadrato" che ha preso la tua galleria, caro amico. A presto.

Stefano Mascioli on May 2, 2011

Grazie Ezio, sto pensando infatti di usare questo formato per tutte, e postare le altre nell'altra galleria, anche se così aumenterà ancora la confusione tra le due identità ;)

La ragazza è un'attivista verde. Stava distribuendo volantini per il referendum sull'acqua. Bella e solare... l'ho resa bene? ;)

laughingmackerel on May 2, 2011

a flower from the fiorist ;)

Stefano Mascioli on May 3, 2011

Yes L.M.,a beautiful flower ;)

eziozerziani on May 6, 2011

Gran bella foto, complimenti STEFANO

Ermanno

Abdallah BOUHAMIDI on May 6, 2011

Magnifique sourire. Vive la Palestine !!!

Abdallah

Magnani on May 8, 2011

Ciao Stefano, una bella immagine in b&w con ottimi toni di grigio, complimenti, Lk.

Un carissimo ciao e molto lieto di avere fatto la tua conoscenza, Paolo.

林傑安(Enson) on May 15, 2011

Emotional capture.

Liked.

Sincere greetings from Taiwan to Italy.

Stefano Mascioli on May 15, 2011

Hi Enson, many thanks for the visit and the like.

I read your profile and though I find some interesting points of view, but I must say that I disagree completely over the concept that it's necessary to detact itself from the technique to tap into a different level of consciousness to take pictures. The camera is a simple tool, that's true, but only through a perfect control over it, and only when you are able to obtain repeatable results from it, you can shoot with your heart. The education of the eye is another stage of learning. Only when we have deeply absorbed through the vision and the study, thousands of pictures and they have settled into our brains, we can have a different vision of the world, the eye of the photographer.

For some, these two aspects can be almost completely unconscious, others require application and rational attention, but without them you can not take pictures, as you say, with the heart.

Cartier Bresson said that the photos successful are those were the eye and heart are aligned. But this alignement is the fruit of a severe discipline.

Greetings from Italy to Taiwan, Stefano

Michele Leonardi on May 17, 2011

Perfetta. Bellissimo ritratto in bianco e nero: più che convincente, è stupenda! Un Cordial Saluto da me, Mikele

oliviero masseroli on July 13, 2011

Una grande naturalezza espressiva quella che hai saputo fermare in questa foto. Complimenti da Oliviero

Guia arquitectura on September 1, 2011

Muy buen retrato

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Stefano Mascioli on September 16, 2011

Torno su questa dopo un paio di mesi, il che vi rende l'idea di quanto sia assiduo, ;) me ne scuso con tutti.

Sergio.G., grazie, la Costa Azzurra in questo periodo deve essere favolosa: ma tu sei in esilio o ci hai trovato una patria? :)

Oliviero è sempre il soggetto, il soggetto...;)

Hola Pablo, gracias.

jacot69 on April 23, 2013

Świetne!!!!!!!! L+F

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on April 26, 2011
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Stefano Mascioli
    • Camera: FUJIFILM FinePix S200EXR
    • Taken on 2011/03/30 18:03:23
    • Exposure: 0.006s (1/170)
    • Focal Length: 101.50mm
    • F/Stop: f/5.300
    • ISO Speed: ISO400
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash

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