Davide Capponi photography

Photographic art by Davide Capponi

Il Conte Verde

Il Conte Verde

This is Piazza Palazzo di Città  in Torino. This has been shot with my iPhone 4s .

The app used to shot the image was Pro HDR, cropping and adjustments were done using Snapseed, further editing was done using  ImageBlender, Glaze and PhotoToaster.

10 Responses to “Il Conte Verde”

    • rubicorno

      I never used a tripod with my iPhone so far. Maybe I found a bit contradictory bringing along something so bulky to be used with a phone!
      I seldom had problems with ProHDR shooting free hand, I admit that from time to time I feel the need for low light shots.

      • The Blissful Adventurer

        Wow, that is amazing! I cannot seem to get the images to match holding Pro-HDR freehand. I have a very small tripod designed for the phone. It does not of course fit in my pocket but it does very easily in my backpack which I often have when in the city. I very much enjoy that you post your processing apps on your blog. I should begin doing this. Also, I love the page on your blog for translating. Is that a Widget? Your blog is inspiring indeed.

      • The Blissful Adventurer

        Thank you for this! By the way, are you bi-lingual from infancy or did you master English with such aplomb studying on your own? I know many Italians who speak English very well, I meet very few who write it so eloquently.

      • rubicorno

        Thank you Michael! I’m not bilingual, but I love the english language and took the habit years ago of reading books in english. I think this helped me a lot, but I also use english every day for my work and have worked around the world in the past.

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