Sony RX1, 35mm f2 Carl Zeiss
ISO100, f/5, 1/500, jpeg
Vivid, +2 sharpness, +1 contrast
Snapseed on iPad
I’m posting this shot and writing this post while sipping a cold beer in a beautiful square of the incredible Sicilian city of Catania, under a gentle night and with my closest friends. I’m in a great mood, as you may imagine.
I spent the day traveling from Rome to here, first a train, then a plane to Palermo, and then a long and scenic drive to Catania. With me are traveling my wife Claudia, two of my closest friends, Michele which lives in Boston, USA, and Dario which lives in Leiden, The Netherlands, and a third good friend, Claudio (which instead lives in Rome). The plan is to travel around the island as long as we can, enjoying the weather, the scenery, the food, and the wine as much as we can, and spending some super-quality time together.
I used Snapseed again to post produce the photograph, and I must say I really like the easiness of use and the powerful tools of the iPad App. What I can’t figure out, however, is how to modify (or remove) one of the tools I previously applied to the image. This means that if at the end of the post production I don-t like how one of the tools worked I have to work the image all over again, trying to make it better at the second (and usually third, and forth, …) attempt. I’ll look at the issue again in the next days, but if you have any tip please share it here on the blog!