User talk:Marco Chemello (Museoscienza)
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Categorie non standard...Edit
Ciao Marco, come va? Mi spiace segnalarlo, ma anche qui hai fatto un lavorone con uno standard sbagliato, le categorie dei musei si reggono sulla preposizione "in" e non "at", e poi manca l'articolo. Il nome corretto sarebbe Category:Metal industry collection in the Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia (Milan). Magari la prossima volta che affronti lavori di questa portata consultati un attimo per essere sicuro di usare una forma giusta, magari scrivimi pure che di categorie museali ne ho create tante. Ciao --Sailko (talk) 07:54, 26 July 2016 (UTC)
Generosity Crowdfunding Campaign for User:The PhotographerEdit
Please excuse me spamming you, which concerns Generosity Crowdfunding Campaign. My contributions cover the architecture and culture of Brazil and Venezuela. I has basic photographic equipment: an old D300 camera and 35mm lens, and it is very expensive for me to acquire this equipment. I has recently taken several images using the technique where multiple frames are stitched together to create a high-resolution panorama. However, many times frustrated with the stitching errors that result from trying to take such photos without a proper panoramic head for his tripod. This special equipment permits the camera to be rotated around the entrance pupil of the lens, and eliminates such errors. Having a panoramic head would greatly increase the potential for The Photographer to create sharp high-resolution images for Commons. In addition, the purchase of a camera with a fisheye lens would enable 180 × 360° panoramas to be taken, which are a great way to explore a scene as though one is really there.
Please see the discussion about the Crowd-funding campaign on User talk:The Photographer#Generosity Crowdfunding Campaign and visit the Generosity Crowd-funding Campaign page to consider donating. Even a modest donation will make a difference if many people contribute. Thanks. --The Photographer 14:02, 23 November 2016 (UTC)