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Posted By: Pablom, 11-10-2014, 10:07 AM

This is one of my favorite snaps from my visit to Venice, though I'm not sure why. I hope you like it


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11-10-2014, 10:21 AM   #2
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Ah, Venice!
Unattainable dream
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It's a nice shot. I have been in Venice exactly one year ago, I took a lot of picture by phone!
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It's a nice shot. I have been in Venice exactly one year ago, I took a lot of picture by phone!
Thanks! It is quite picturesque
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Thanks! It is quite picturesque
I think that it is an unique place, a little surreal because you see almost only tourists every day of the year...
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It almost has a 3D look to the back of the craft. Nicely done.--charliezap

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though I'm not sure why
Hows about because it's a cracking, razor sharp image.
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There is certainly a lot to to like about this photo....and it is a great avert for the 15mm lens....not that the lens could do it alone! This image really pops and the way the gondolier...in red.... is perched high with his pull down and the back of the boat up, give the image a very bouyant feeling...t is feels good just to to see this image.....! nice work, as usual...Do you mind if I ask what aperture you shot this with, the clarity is so nice and so deep, which really works well for this shot.....
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There is certainly a lot to to like about this photo....and it is a great avert for the 15mm lens....not that the lens could do it alone! This image really pops and the way the gondolier...in red.... is perched high with his pull down and the back of the boat up, give the image a very bouyant feeling...t is feels good just to to see this image.....! nice work, as usual...Do you mind if I ask what aperture you shot this with, the clarity is so nice and so deep, which really works well for this shot.....
I thought I marked the exif in the OP but it doesn't show up. weird: /8.0 1/200s iso 640
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There is a strong sense of movement and drama in this image, bravo.
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It almost has a 3D look to the back of the craft. Nicely done.--charliezap
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Hows about because it's a cracking, razor sharp image.
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There is a strong sense of movement and drama in this image, bravo.
Thanks!
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Nicely composed.
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This is one of my favorite snaps from my visit to Venice, though I'm not sure why. I hope you like it


Gondoliere
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Ah, the Grand Canal!
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