Suspensions

Suspensions

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Giuseppe Sapori - Suspensions

Last of the pictures, I think ūüôā of ¬†the series¬†of shots taken along the walls of Dubrovnik, in this angle the walls were quite low so I tried to give the final image a vacuum down perspective. Picture taken entirely by free hand I was technically unable to put my tripod on the walls, I made 5 exposure brackets that I merged using Luminosity Masks, but I used it only 4 because being in favor of the last light was too overexposed.

 

TECHNICAL STUFF 

Camera: Nikon D-800

Lens: Nikon 14-24mm f/2,8 (Shot at 16mm)

Five Shots (-1; 0; +1)

ISO: 100 at f/7,1

Software: Photoshop CC2015


The Flight

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Giuseppe Sapori - The flight

This is one of many beautiful views that can be seen from the city walls of Dubrovnik, what you see in the distance is Fort Lovrijenac, a stronghold of the sea famous for its plays and importance in resisting Venetian rule, it overshadows the two entrances to the city, from the sea and by land.  Fort Lovrijenac was als a important location of the TV Series Games of Thrones On the right you can see parts of the walls almost completely refurbished and in very good condition, the full tour allows you to do a lot of good pictures between sea and city views.

I climbed the walls around 5.30 pm in order to have time to do the full tour and at the same time benefit from a favorable sunset light for photos, in this case the misfortune to have had the bad weather in the days of Dubrovnik proved providential having the opportunity to photograph beautiful cloudy sky. I took this picture freehand leaning from the walls to catch as much as possible the sea and the Fort Lovrijenac, I made 5 shots but I used only 4, the last was too overexposed.

 

TECHNICAL STUFF 

Camera: Nikon D-800

Lens: Nikon 14-24mm f/2,8 (Shot at 18mm)

Five Shots (-2; -1; 0; +1; +2)

ISO: 100 at f/7,1

Software: Photoshop CC2015


The Last Light

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Giuseppe Sapori - The last light

The beach of Maiori during sunset, I took this picture in the few moments of light available before the sundown, it was beginning to be dark when I found a small pier looking out to sea, there was only a fisherman just ahead. I placed a few meters before him shooting towards the Gulf of Amalfi, the sea was very much moved and several times I had to clean the lens from a few sketches that even at a distance came on my lens.

However not being the owner of an ND filter I took this photo only using a slower shutter speed and a good exposure compensation, I have to say that I am very satisfied of the final results but all the credits go to the sunset cause I was helped by the little lights remainings which allowed me the fog effect in the water. With Photoshop I tried to step up the contrasts, the details on the rocks and further blur to the water, specially in the central part of the image

 

TECHNICAL STUFF 

Camera: Nikon D-800

Lens: Nikon 14-24mm f/2,8 (Shot at 14mm)

Five Shots (-2; -1; 0; +1; +2) with around -2,5 sec. exposure compensation

ISO: 100 at f/8

Software: Photoshop CC2015


Coastal Sunset II

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Giuseppe Sapori - Coastal Sunset 2

If you liked my previous post, surely you appreciate this too, because this is the same location but¬†taken from a closer position… and with less light course ūüôā

After taking all the pictures on the cliff for the view from the top (I was precisely halfway between Amalfi and Atrani) I started to descend the cliff to direct me back to Amalfi to catch the last but to go home. A notice: My stay was in Maiori, a town not far from there, because Amalfi city is really very expensive

Anyway this is the view that welcomes the entrance of the city. I stopped on this place to take some shoots here, it was starting to get dark, the lights of the village were on and I did not want to miss a lighted shooting Amalfi in a late blue hour with citylights

 

TECHNICAL STUFF 

Camera: Nikon D-800

Lens: Nikon 14-24mm f/2,8 (Shot at 14mm)

Five Shots (-2; -1; 0; +1; +2)

ISO: 100 at f/7,1

Software: Photoshop CC2015


Coastal Sunset

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Giuseppe Sapori - Coastal Sunset

It follows the serie of photos taken in Amalfi during my stay in the beautiful Amalfi Coast . This is a landscape of the top watching Amalfi touched by the setting sun. To Give Some landmark is simply treats the other side from my latest post. As in the previous photo I take a series of exposures before coming down to Amalfi town when the sunset ends

 

TECHNICAL STUFF 

Camera: Nikon D-800

Lens: Nikon 14-24mm f/2,8 (Shot at 14mm)

Five Shots (-2; -1; 0; +1; +2)

ISO: 100 at f/10

Software: Photoshop CC2015


Amalfi coast

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Giuseppe Sapori - Amalfi

 

This is the famous Amalfi coast, framed on the way to Amalfi, definitely my favorite shot in this part of south Italy. I took this picture after taking some shots at the port, as in my latest post. I started to go up on the Amalfi coast  by walk (which in the meantime was swarming with cars whizzing fast), to reach a first top where you could admire the beautiful Amalfi Coast in all its glory. I have been in this spot for about 20 minutes taking photos during different times of the Amalfi coast seascape during the golden hour.

When I go home I select the exposures taken in the first part of my take because they had a shade of yellow and the most characteristic colors than the other.  In Photoshop I used  my actions Luminosity Masks to do manual blend, my other actions to add, details, sharpen, orton effect and lab color.

 

TECHNICAL STUFF 

Camera: Nikon D-800

Lens: Nikon 14-24mm f/2,8 (Shot at 14mm)

Five Shots (-2; -1; 0; +1; +2)

ISO: 100 at f/10

Software: Photoshop CC2015

 


New moon

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Giuseppe Sapori - New Moon

I took this sunset in the pacific island of Ios, during my stay on the island some people indicated me this place as the best to take pictures at sunset. This is a local front-terraced sunset, cocktail bar where you can spend a few hours during the day also in the pool. Single shot with suspended man in the air¬† and new moon in the background¬†ūüôā

 

TECHNICAL STUFF

Camera: Nikon D-800

Lens: Nikon 14-24mm f/2,8 (Shot at 14mm)

ISO: 100 at f/8

Single Shot

Software: Photoshop CC

 


Coloured Fantasy

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Giuseppe Sapori - Coloured Fantasy

Cilento¬†is a beautiful place in the south of¬†Salerno, every year, during the summer holidays, I decided to spend a few days around here to visit some my parents, and to take some pictures. The view of the mountains to the sea is the feature of this place, this is¬† Read more...among one of the most famous Cilento’s location to take panoramas landscape. To make this picture, I went in a place not far from the house of my parents called¬†Villammare. Before entering the village there is a small street where you can admire the landscape in all its splendor and a little later, the stairs that lead down to the beach, where at a certain hour of sunset is no longer anyone, ¬†only some fishermans. This was taken from the steps taking all¬†exposures¬†by hand (there was no room on the stairs to keep the tripod) ūüėÄ

 

TECHNICAL STUFF

Lens: Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 (Shot at 14mm)

ISO: 100 at f/5

Three Exposures (-1; 0; +1)

Software: Photoshop CC


Queen of Rocks pt. 2

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Giuseppe Sapori - Queen of Rocks 2

As I said in my previous post¬†Queen of Rocks¬†Capri is a small, beautiful and very exclusive island of the coast of Campania, I have been in neighboring areas several times¬†but I’d never been before on this island. The story has it that every time I’m around and¬†I want to make a daily trip to Capri the day that I¬†decided to leave it rain so much! This summer I was able to make me a very hardly day on the island and of course it was raining ¬†ūüėÄ … Oh well, what you see in the picture is the overcast sky that alternated with intervals of the day, but the subject is certainly the most important thing the Faraglioni ¬†of ¬†Capri are famouses all over the world thanks to the magnificent historical overview offered by the gardens of Augustus.

TECHNICAL STUFF

Lens: Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 (Shot at 14mm)

ISO: 100 at f/9

Three Exposures ( -1; 0; +1)

Software: Photoshop CC


Queen of Rocks

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Giuseppe Sapori - Queen of Rocks

One of the most beautiful islands in the world, certainly is Capri, just the queen of the rocks. I had never been to Capri before this year and I was pleasantly impressed by the magnificent views that can be admired from the island,¬†although it must be said that it is a very small island and also very exclusive. I certainly don’t have met a wonderful day during my excursion to Capri, but surely the clouds and the overcats sky helped me create great shots even in hours not really close at sunset.

 

TECHNICAL STUFF

Lens: Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 (Shot at 14mm)

ISO: 100 at f/6,3

Three Exposures ( -1; 0; +1)

Software: Photoshop CC


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