Passing through Piazza del Campidoglio we saw this man reading his newspaper. When I returned the next day, he was there again, on the same step, reading his paper. It struck me as very Roman. I’m betting if you were to go there on just about any morning he would be perched on these steps enjoying the weather and catching up on the latest news.
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Inside Saint Ignazio’s
If you are ever in Rome I recommend visiting Saint Iganzio’s Church. From the outside it doesn’t look very exciting but once you walk through the door you will be amazed. I’m sure some art history buffs will argue but I thought the ceiling was better than the Sistine Chapel’s and there was no waiting in line and no admission. What you can’t see in the picture is all of the amazing sculpture that decorates both sides of the church.
The lighting in these churches ranges from very dark to extremely bright. To create this image I had to blend 5 different exposures together.
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Long after the sun goes down traffic continues moves along Via Luigi Petroselli in Rome, Italy.
This tree, which I now know is a sycamore, is one my favorites. I see it often when I walk along the river. It’s stark, white branches majestically loom over the river and stand out from the green foliage.
I merged two separate exposures of this tree to create an HDR image. I under exposed one shot to keep the sky darker and used a “properly” exposed image for the reflections in the river.
I merged two separate exposures to produce an HDR image that retained some foreground color but kept the sky from being washed out.