Donn’Anna Palace

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This is a very picturesque historic building of seventeenth-century in Naples. The project for the realization provided among other things also the realization of a double-entry point, one on the sea and one from a carriage road. The Palace, however, never got to complete the work due to the untimely death of Donna Anna, the commisionary of the palace. Today is a building of private houses. It was difficult to find a good angle to photograph the building cause much of its charm can be admired from the sea, but I founded an interesting angle from the terrace of a restaurant where they have kindly offered to let me in to do some shooting. I take advantage with this post to wish all my readers a Happy New Year and in 2014 full of satisfactions.



Lens: Sigma Fisheye (10mm f 2,8)

ISO: 100 at f/7,1

3 Shots (-2; 0; +2;)

Software: Lightroom, Photoshop

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