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Discussion in 'Scenic, Architecture, and Travel' started by Ares1, May 26, 2014.
a couple of pictures from florence with the A7
Great images from another city I must visit someday.
I'm going as part of my honeymoon cruise of the Med in August. I can only hope to get some pics like this!
Great photos of a beautiful place!
My wife's favorite city, and you captured it well, I think (she agrees!). The level of detail on that first shot of il Duomo is remarkable!
Yes defo visit if you get the chance, such a beautiful place!
Congrats! Let me know if you need any recommendations, Be sure to watch the sunset from piazza Michelangelo - it's a must.
Thanks - glad you both like the photos! That was with the 35mm really could have done with a much wider lens to get more of the building in shot.
Here's some of my photos from our visit to Florence...
Ponte Vecchio. A6000, SEL1018@18mm, 1/160th @ f/9, ISO 100
Palazzo Vecchio. SEL24240@24mm, 1/200@f/9
Il Duomo di Firenze, Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore. SEL1018@10mm, 1/200th@f/9
Close-up of Il Duomo. SEL24240@240mm, 1/400th@f/6.3
Baptistery of St John. SEL1018@18mm, 1/160th@f/9
Two of the three David's I saw in Florence. (The third is the copy in front of Palazzo Vecchio, just to the left of the door in shot #2, above)
The original David at the Accademia Museum. A6000, SEL24240@28mm, 1/60th@f/8, ISO-2000
Close-up of the original David. SEL24240@112mm, 1/100th@f/8, ISO-3200
The Bronze David at Piazzale Michelangelo. SEL24240@28mm, 1/60th@f/20, ISO-250. (I didn't notice I had accidentally spun the dial to change the aperture from my preferred f/8)