Keith Parris  


Leaning Tower of Piza by Keith Parris

May 2023 - Leaning Tower of Piza

About the Image(s)


Leaning Tower of Piza “ Summer 1969
I made this photograph while on the Grand Tour of Europe in the summer of 1969 with a group of students from White Rock United Methodist Church in Dallas, Texas.

Camera: Minolta SR-1 (This is the camera that I purchased second hand to learn photography. It is completely manual; therefore, I had to set shutter speed and aperture manually. The film ASA determined the sensitivity to light. I had an inexpensive handheld light meter, but most of the time it was easier and faster to use the Sunny 16 Rule to set shutter speed and aperture.)
Lens: probably Minolta 50 mm
Film: Kodak Etkachrome
Exposure: Sunny 16 Rule
Scanner: EPSON PERFECTION V700 PHOTO
Photo Processing Software: Luminar Neo


4 comments posted




Sarita Yeola   Sarita Yeola
Technology has come really far for sure. I would have removed the dust marks on the photo. Nice memory!   Posted: 05/10/2023 15:41:32



Michael Braunstein   Michael Braunstein
Needs an S curve   Posted: 05/11/2023 15:56:55



Holly Moore   Holly Moore
Great subject. Would definitely clean up the dust spots. Composition would have been more pleasing if the cropping weren't so tight.   Posted: 05/13/2023 11:51:50



Stuart Caine   Stuart Caine
It brings back memories, when we were in Pisa. I feel that you need to straighten up the church. Now you can see the tower leaning. The dust spots also have to be removed. But it's a nice shot.   Posted: 05/15/2023 12:59:44
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