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Real Basilica di Superga

La Basilica di Superga, nota anche come Real Basilica di Superga, sorge sull'omonimo colle ad est di Torino. Fu fatta costruire dal re Vittorio Amedeo II come ringraziamento alla Vergine Maria, dopo aver sconfitto i francesi che assediavano Torino nel 1706. Il progetto è del messinese Filippo Juvara e risale al 1715. Alla cappella, posta alla sommità dell'omonima collina, si può giungere attraverso strada o servendosi della Tranvia Sassi-Superga.

la Basilica dista poche centinaia di metri dallo Studio Fotografico Enrico Scarsi

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Commento da Alessandro MP Fotografico su 23 Ottobre 2011 a 13:13
trepiede ? no solo ben poggiato sul tetto della macchina che ha anche fruito da specchio x quello il riflesso è distorto ;)
Commento da Alessandro MP Fotografico su 23 Ottobre 2011 a 13:09

1/13s

f/3.5

ISO 1000

-0.67 eV

28 mm

Commento da Alessandro MP Fotografico su 23 Ottobre 2011 a 13:02
Grazie ;)

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Digital Camera Reviews

Photographing Thailand with the Nokia Lumia 1020

It would seem that a trip somewhere as exotic as Thailand would require a pro camera and a heavy bag of lenses. Photographer Jan Ras took a lighter approach on a recent trip to Thailand, photographing some of the native inhabitants of a village (monkeys, to be precise) with a Nokia Lumia 1020. He captures their expressive, curious nature in a documentary style, all while forgoing traditional photographic equipment. See gallery

What The Duck #1330

We've come to the end of another week here at dpreview, and as our thoughts drift to weekend shooting opportunities, it's time to take things a little less seriously. Aaron Johnson's comic strip ‘What the Duck’ is just the thing, taking a gently satirical look through the lens of a photographically inclined waterfowl. You can find it published here (and in our newsletter) every week; we hope you enjoy it, and your weekend.

Canon's 'something BIG' is... a photography competition. Oh well.

Just when Canon India had us all excited... it looks like the company's 'something BIG is coming' teaser was referring to a competition. 'Photomarathon India' is open for registration from August 5th, and prizes include a trip to Japan, worth $5000. This is great news for Indian photographers, but likely to disappoint those of us hoping that 'something BIG' might refer to new hardware. Oh well. 

Samsung NX Mini real-world gallery updated with 17mm F1.8 samples

You'd know just by looking at it that the Samsung NX Mini is the slimmest and lightest interchangeable lens camera on the market. Tucked inside is a 1"-type, 20MP CMOS sensor along with Wi-Fi with NFC and 1080/30p video. The aptly named Mini also introduces a new NX-M lens mount. We've updated our existing NX Mini samples gallery with images from the 17mm F1.8 prime. See gallery

Lens Rentals Canada halts service citing 'serious issues' with Canada Post

Lens Rentals Canada has announced that it is temporarily not accepting new orders. A brief notice on lensrentalscanada.com cites 'serious issues' with Canada Post Corporation, and states that current orders will be shipped using Purolator Courier. An email that a reddit user claims was sent to him by Lens Rentals Canada is more to the point, stating that a Canada Post employee has stolen equipment in transit. No estimated timeframe has been given as to when orders will be accepted again. Read more

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