Star Tree

Star Tree

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Giuseppe Sapori - Star Tree

The Circus Maximus needs no introduction, is an ancient Roman circus used for horse racing and other shows. Today is a giant lawn with the stands.Passing several times over there I realized that the area is quite dark, especially in the middle of the Circus Maxiumus of the lawn there is a very low brightness, so I decided to make an attempt to photograph the stars, trying to believe it is managed well. What you see the beyond the tree you can see the lights of the city and the ancient Roman ruins.

 

But as I took this photo?

Like all the shots I had to help myselfwith a double exposure and especially with a click using the technique Exposing to the right where it was however necessary a big job of brightness and colors.

 

TECHNICAL STUFF

Camera: Nikon D-800

Lens: Nikon 14-24mm f/4 (Shot at 15mm)

ISO: 640 at f/5,6

2Exposures balanced + ETTR at ISO 1600

Software: Photoshop CC


Lights Dreamer

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I took this HDR at Teatro Marcello, a theater of ancient Rome, very nice preserved. I took up position along the street outside the theater with my Manfrotto resting on one of the walls that

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Road Along the Ancient

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Via Appia Antica in Rome, characterized by the pavement like the one you see,  is one of the most fascinating ancient places in Rome to visit. It is not a very popular tourist destination

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The Everlasting

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Giuseppe Sapori - The Everlasting

Blue Hour at Via dei Fori Imperiali with the sky still cloudy after a rainy weekend. This is one of the views of the ruins of ancient Rome, right piazza Venezia.

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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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