Luana :o)

Luana :o)

Posted on 08/23/2013


Photo taken on July  6, 2009


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Palazzo Vecchio e Uffizi

Palazzo Vecchio e Uffizi

Lorenzo Kjell Salmonson, El Tanque74, * ᕈᗩᕰᒪ and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo


20 comments - The latest ones
Juan
Juan
Fantastic capture !!
3 years ago.
Juan
Juan
Excellent composition and great details !!
3 years ago.
Juan
Juan
wonderful prespective !!
3 years ago.
Luana :o) has replied to Juan
Thanks so much Juan!
3 years ago.
Don Sutherland
Don Sutherland
Outstanding capture.
3 years ago.
Luana :o) has replied to Don Sutherland
Thanks! ;o)
3 years ago.
Sefosse
Sefosse
...grazie
3 years ago.
Juan
Juan
Good evening friend !!
3 years ago.
Luana :o) has replied to Juan
Anche a te Juan!
3 years ago.
François Collard
François Collard
Same place in 1972 ;-)

Palazzo Vecchio e Uffizi - Luglio 1972
3 years ago. Edited 3 years ago.
Luana :o) has replied to François Collard
Sorry, but the image is not visible.
3 years ago.
François Collard has replied to Luana :o)
I think it is due to a replacement of the image by a slightly improved version after I posted the comment. It should work now.
If not, here is the page link:
www.ipernity.com/doc/francois_collard/25942761
Except for the crane and the focal length, the image seems to be taken from the same point. My image is a 24 x 36 mm negative taken with a 45 mm lens.
3 years ago.
Luana :o) has replied to François Collard
The viewpoint is the same, and the crane was still there when it I took the picture, in fact, is so close range right to exclude the vision of the crane!
3 years ago.
François Collard has replied to Luana :o)
This may be a historical crane that has stayed there since the 13th century;)
Which focal length did you use?
3 years ago.
Luana :o) has replied to François Collard
Diaframma F/3.9 - lunghezza focale 47mm - esposizione 1/224, 1536 x 2048 pixels
3 years ago.
François Collard has replied to Luana :o)
47 mm on an APS-C sensor?
3 years ago.
Luana :o) has replied to François Collard
Sorry, I'm not a professional photographer ... What is PS-C sensor?
3 years ago.
François Collard has replied to Luana :o)
I'm not a professional either. The sensor is the "film" of a digital camera. The APS-C format is around 1/1.5 the size of a 24x36 mm image (about 24x16 mm on mine). It is the most usual in DSLR cameras. High-end cameras have "full-frame", that is 24x36 mm sensors, sometimes more. Point-and-shoot cameras have very small sensors, hardly the size of a nail.
3 years ago.