Diamantina MG - Brazil - color

JPS

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Nice images indeed !

Now that I have emigrated TODAY to Brazil, I hope to have soon some opportunity to go visit this area !

Um cordial abraço.....
J-P.
 
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nice images. I like the building and color as well.
May I ask which lens are you using ?
 
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Brazil
Nice images indeed !

Now that I have emigrated TODAY to Brazil, I hope to have soon some opportunity to go visit this area !

Um cordial abraço.....
J-P.

Welcome J-P.
You'll find plenty of photographic opportunities here.
Diamantina is located in Minas Gerais state.
Ouro Preto and Tiradentes are also awesome.
Best regards.
 
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I´ve been to Brazil several times.
Here, you are showing us the best old architecture Brazil has to offer.
I really enjoy these "colonial" buildings, their colors, how they are located inside villages and so on...
My daughter has been working there (Minas Gerais) last September on a project of study of black saints and religious architecture. Unfortunately, I had not the opportunity of going with her as I´d love to photograph all these subjects again.
My favorite is # 4. Gorgeous!
Something that also often happened to me, was getting some overexposure on shadows, owing the presence of intense whites, fooling the camera sensor. Therefore, I´d try to recover those shadows as they tend to hide some very interesting details of the shots.
Keep posting this great work please!:smile:
 
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Brazil
I´ve been to Brazil several times.
Here, you are showing us the best old architecture Brazil has to offer.
I really enjoy these "colonial" buildings, their colors, how they are located inside villages and so on...
My daughter has been working there (Minas Gerais) last September on a project of study of black saints and religious architecture. Unfortunately, I had not the opportunity of going with her as I´d love to photograph all these subjects again.
My favorite is # 4. Gorgeous!
Something that also often happened to me, was getting some overexposure on shadows, owing the presence of intense whites, fooling the camera sensor. Therefore, I´d try to recover those shadows as they tend to hide some very interesting details of the shots.
Keep posting this great work please!:smile:

These buildings are pure portuguese legacy and, as I've said previously, there are several preserved towns around here.
Thank you for commenting.
 

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