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Meyer Oreston 50 mm. with Sigma SD Quattro H
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 03, 2019 10:37 pm    Post subject: Meyer Oreston 50 mm. with Sigma SD Quattro H Reply with quote

Very funny and intriguing (for my simple tastes) to play with these so strange foveon+old lenses+vintage editing style....
The same late XIX centurt fountain, simple and tuned editing with DXO from the direct jpg (and compression).
All the best!
Sandro
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Where are the gardens/park, Sarassani? I can't help thinking it's been featured in a tv garden programme over here.


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kds315* wrote:
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thank you kds315!
All the best,
Sandro


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EDGARVE wrote:
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Thank you EDGARVE!
All the best,
Sandro


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Sciolist wrote:
Where are the gardens/park, Sarassani? I can't help thinking it's been featured in a tv garden programme over here.


In the "Valentino" park (along the Po river), here in Turin.
Thank you for attention and all the best,
sandro


PostPosted: Fri Jul 05, 2019 12:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

sarrasani wrote:
Sciolist wrote:
Where are the gardens/park, Sarassani? I can't help thinking it's been featured in a tv garden programme over here.


In the "Valentino" park (along the Po river), here in Turin.
Thank you for attention and all the best,
sandro



Thanks. Amazing to think Nuvolari and Ascari raced around this park.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parco_del_Valentino