Dark Reflections

Dark Reflections

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Giuseppe Sapori - Dark Reflections

This is the Cathedral of Naples, the city’s main cathedral. It is one of the largest basilicas of the city is also home to the oldest baptistery of the West Europe. It is in this place that takes one of the most incredibleand important cities, the dissolution of the blood of San Gennaro kept in special ampoules. Religious facts aside, I was struck by the biggest of this cathedral as well as the high ceilings and very silent this atmosphere with very low lights, much of the light that filtered in through the windows of the nave in fact came up. I made this HDR with a single click freehand obtained with the technique of HDR 32-bit.

TECHNICAL STUFF

Lens: Sigma Fisheye (10mm f 2,8)

ISO: 100 at f/2,8

1 Shots

Software: Lightroom, Photoshop


Lights of Darkness

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Giuseppe Sapori - Lights of Darkness

 

Picture taken on my last day of stay in Bled, this is a small service house for the rent of canoes lying on the lake, that evening it was a very unique and creative lighting that was created on this with a great cloudy sky but with many glimmers of light that filtered through the clouds. I created the HDR in Photoshop, edited in Lightroom in 32 bit, then I made changes with the help of luminance mask, and did some work on the color and sharpness.

 

TECHNICAL STUFF

Lens: Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 (Shot at 14mm)

ISO: 100 at f/5,6

3 Shots (-2; 0; +2)

Software: Lightroom, Photoshop


The house on the Rocks

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Giuseppe Sapori - The house on the rocks

On the background the beautiful house on the rocks in Villammare, photographed on the beach during the sunset. This picture is a pure representation of a blending between a HDR made with Photomatix  and one 32-bit Lightroom made. After the blending through Photomatix, I treated the same image in 32-bit mode and I used layer masks to convey the effects of a photo inside the other. In fact, the rocks in the foreground were masked using the 32-bit effect since I do not particularly like the effect of “glamor” that Photomatix left on the rocks. In the water instead you can see the difference given by the soft colors of Photomatix. What do you think guys?

TECHNICAL STUFF

Lens: Nikon 14-24mm f/2.8 (Shot at 14mm)

ISO: 100 at f/9

3 Shots (+2; 0; -2)

Software: Photomatix, Lightroom, Photoshop


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Hi, my name is Giuseppe Sapori, a professional photographer and author of this website, created by yours truly to show my work and share with you the techniques I use. My expertise is in the field of Landscape Photography... (Read More)

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