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Alone & Majestic(Techn_Pan)
  • Submitted: 1 year 9 months ago
  • Taken date: 2014-06-17 16:01:04
  • Original file: 1274 x 1920 px
  • File size: 7 MB
Description: A different version of this special tree. One of my fav. places and one of most “photocopied”subjects. This time I have choosen a vertical frame(You already know the horizontal compo named “A kiss of Light”and its BW version). At that moment it seemed to me useful to try & choose a vert. compo to enhace slant of the “Majestic Single”and road caressing it on the left. Sky, clouds, vivid light of early afternoon, drove me to attempt a BW conversion. Sometimes I suppose that this place is more original and unusual if “portrayed”in BW and vertically framed. That tree and the endless country-road live in another space-time dimension and BW is useful to describe that feeling. Even a little bit of post-processing underlining that mood is allowed(IMHO)….I hope so! I have performed this conversion using BW Alien and technical-pan film : This place seems to be “freezed” in the last century…..
Glow effect in foreground is due to direct sunrays hitting plastic-wrapping of round hay-bales.
PENTAX K20D and PENTAX lens 18-55mm-tripod-BW conversion


Submitted: 1 year 9 months ago

Date: Jun 17, 2014

File Size: 2.1 MB

Resolution: 1274x1920

Original Size: 7 MB


Without Exif


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Paulo Abrantes wrote in Feb 20, 2016, 2:31:07 AM

so poetic and beautiful...! I really love the analogue / organic feel that film brings and that is almost not replicable in digital. the composition is masterful executed like is usual from you and the technical aspect with the focus and depth of field is just amazing. congrats, Giulio, and wish you a great weekend ahead

Giulio Cesare 57 replied:


José Flacho wrote in Feb 20, 2016, 7:18:03 AM


Filipe Correia wrote in Feb 23, 2016, 10:26:41 AM

The beautiful Tuscany and registered with great mastery Giulio..

Fernando Luz wrote in Feb 29, 2016, 6:08:16 PM

Beautiful composition! Congrats Giulio.

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