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10/08/2020 12:47:19 AM · #1
As someone has surely noticed, my Free Study winning entry is a sort of remake of my old Dawn of the Dead which was my first Blue Ribbon ever, 9 years ago. Since I thought that it was my best image so far, I decided to set up a funny photo shoot in the same place to "improve" that one. My goal was not improving, of course, but you can watch the full story here
10/08/2020 02:48:34 PM · #2
Wow!! Great video and a homage to DPC. Thanks for sharing and the subtitles :)
10/08/2020 04:53:42 PM · #3
Since I subscribed your channel I already knew about your planning, organizing and making this shot and I'm really impressed by your dedication and your skills as a photographer.
But I also have a rather profane question which is in my head since I watched your video: How warm/cold was the water of the ocean???
If I lived closer to your place I would have offered my participation for sure.
10/08/2020 05:01:47 PM · #4
Originally posted by hajeka:

Wow!! Great video and a homage to DPC. Thanks for sharing and the subtitles :)


Thanks Henk! When I decided to add subtitles to all my videos was first for my DPC friends :)

Originally posted by primabarbara:

But I also have a rather profane question which is in my head since I watched your video: How warm/cold was the water of the ocean???


Thanks Barbara! Honestly for water was warm that morning. But all the people were lucky because for 4-5 days before, after a couple of rain shower the temperature was rather cold (cold for a southern Europe region like mine). That day was surely warm. And in Covid times no one wanted to experience hospital for sure.

Originally posted by primabarbara:

If I lived closer to your place I would have offered my participation for sure.


Next time Barbara! We live far from each other, but not too much :)
10/08/2020 05:40:14 PM · #5
Originally posted by Alex_Petrini:


Next time Barbara! We live far from each other, but not too much :)


Thats sounds good! And some time in the future traveling will be easier than right now.
10/08/2020 10:34:55 PM · #6
What a wonderful film/story! Molto Grazie, Alessandro :-) (Did I say that right?)
10/09/2020 12:44:12 AM · #7
Fantastic work, Alex, both the photo and the video.
10/09/2020 09:58:15 AM · #8
Originally posted by Bear_Music:

What a wonderful film/story! Molto Grazie, Alessandro :-) (Did I say that right?)
Instead of looking it up, which is too easy, I'm going to access my nostalgic brain because that is much more pleasing, and remember my time in Firenze, Roma, Venezia, Amalfi, Montpulciano, Siena, Pienza, Pisa, etc.... this lovely but unreliable engine tells me the term is "molti grazie"
10/09/2020 01:12:13 PM · #9


GRAZIE MILLE!
MILLE GRAZIE!
GRAZIE INFINITE!
MOLTE GRAZIE!
GRAZIE TANTE!
GRAZIE DI CUORE!

10/09/2020 01:55:45 PM · #10
Wonderful story (and pictures)!
10/09/2020 05:01:11 PM · #11
My friends, I have to say that your words make me feel so happy and proud of this community. I've found many friends here, some of them I met in person even if we live so far away from each other, I've learned so many things about photography and creativity. If I planned this shot is because DPC is a very important part of my life, even if I enter less challenges than before. I'm happy for winning the Free Study, but it's absolutely not as important as having shared it with you all.

ETA: As for the versions of "grazie" ' . substr('https://www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21_F.gif', strrpos('https://www.dpchallenge.com/images/user_icon/21_F.gif', '/') + 1) . ' mariuca did a super job :)
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