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11/12/2020 04:03:07 PM · #1
Some of you already now about my new "YouTube Challenge". I'm posting one video a week and I'm having so much fun, especially during very hard times like these ones.

You know about my love about landscapes since most of my entries come from that kind of images, from Italy or abroad when I travel. But I'd like to show you some of my wonderful region during Autumn. I decided to drive along our 4 official Nature Reserves (Abruzzo is the only Italian region with 3 National Parks), take photos and shoot a video - all in one day. I don't know about the video in itself, but you will certainly see a lot of beautuful places!

Autumn in the 4 Parks
11/13/2020 12:25:55 PM · #2
Thank you Alex - I really enjoyed watching this beautiful creation and the beautiful countryside. And I want one of those Russian 50mm lenses now too:)
11/13/2020 07:56:20 PM · #3
I enjoyed your presentation Alex but I have a few suggestions for you. 1) it was too fast. It was difficult to look at the beautiful scenery and read the subtitles before the scene changed. 2) too much of you and not enough of the scenery. 3) it felt hurried like you were trying to get too much into your presentation than time allowed.
Your talents are quite obvious. I hope you are not offended by my amateur advice.
11/15/2020 02:09:53 PM · #4
I really liked it, Alessandro! :)
I have the same problem, the autumn passed too fast! I waited for this perfect fog and now the leaves are almost gone and no fog!
The bokeh and the last light shots are very beautiful, well worth the trip :)
11/15/2020 04:26:34 PM · #5
A beautiful tour of the parks, Alex. It let me escape my current bubble for a moment. Nicely done.
11/15/2020 06:40:26 PM · #6
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11/16/2020 03:12:47 AM · #7
Thanks guys for all your comments! I tried to do my best before a new lockdown which is behind the corner here. I'm really happy for my new YouTube adventure, it's very rewarding and my audience is growing up quite fast (almost 500 in less than 4 months)

Originally posted by P-A-U-L:

Thank you Alex - I really enjoyed watching this beautiful creation and the beautiful countryside. And I want one of those Russian 50mm lenses now too:)


Paul they are extremely cheap, so I'm sure you can buy a couple of them :D

Originally posted by GolferDDS:

I enjoyed your presentation Alex but I have a few suggestions for you. 1) it was too fast. It was difficult to look at the beautiful scenery and read the subtitles before the scene changed. 2) too much of you and not enough of the scenery. 3) it felt hurried like you were trying to get too much into your presentation than time allowed.
Your talents are quite obvious. I hope you are not offended by my amateur advice.


Thans man, no offence at all, I need to know what viewers think. I agree, it was a little too fast this time. I ddin't want to over my usual format, but surely I could add more of the mountain landscape. About watching me for too long, that's a tricky thing: I never wanted me "on the stage" too much but all my studies about that kind of platform suggested me I needed to be more visible, that's why I went that way. But every episode can be different and I'll study about that more in the future.

Originally posted by MargaretNet:

I really liked it, Alessandro! :)
I have the same problem, the autumn passed too fast! I waited for this perfect fog and now the leaves are almost gone and no fog!
The bokeh and the last light shots are very beautiful, well worth the trip :)


Yeah that's a real problem. And I could say we are lucky here since we have a lot of nature at all altitudes. First woods begin to color after 20th of October and the last ones at the end of November and that's wonderful. But the mountain sceneries here are the most powerful. I have a very good series of images shot at the beginning of November, I really love them :)

Originally posted by markwiley:

A beautiful tour of the parks, Alex. It let me escape my current bubble for a moment. Nicely done.


It's the same I have done for myself Mark. The whole world (and Italy) situation is very bad, we are about to lockdown again and that's been my "escape".

Originally posted by Neat:

This was the money shot! ' . substr('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/110000-114999/114285/120/Copyrighted_Image_Reuse_Prohibited_1256282.jpg', strrpos('//images.dpchallenge.com/images_portfolio/110000-114999/114285/120/Copyrighted_Image_Reuse_Prohibited_1256282.jpg', '/') + 1) . ' thanks for uploading.


That is my favorite shot Anita, that's why I added it at the end even if it was not a real autumn shot :)
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