The Eternal Sunset

The Eternal Sunset

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For my opinion this is one of the most representative and fascinating sights of Rome, it captures all the essence of its daytime activity in the middle between everyday life and the timeless charm of the eternal city. This is perhaps my favorite spot in Rome, it is very representative of the city, beautiful and colorful at sunset. From this spot it’s possible to capture many elements including the dome of San Pietro and the river Tevere flowing down

I’m talking about the location of Sant’Angelo bridge, a photographic spot that contains at least other  3 spots inside, from here it is possible to shoot towards the dome of St. Peter as you see in this picture, go down on the banks of the Tevere to take the castle from below or with a little patience and many tourists in less do the front view of the castle 🙂

This photo dates back to last week where I decided to go here to do some test shots with some equipment I recently received, to test the products. The fact is that probably that was the windiest and coldest day of the year and on that bridge to photograph I literally froze 🙂

But finally we come to talk about the photo, for the first time I shot this part of Rome with a medium-distance lens my sigma 24-70 for the occasion mounted on my camera between the bars at the bottom of the bridge. Usually I took this picture with a wide angle, this is the first time that the first time I take a closer shot and I must say that I prefer to a wider view. The first floor on this part of the city is very fascinating for me



I start as usually blendind the images using luminosity masks, obtained the base shot I used clon stamp tool to remove some dust spot and some other little unwanted element in the picture. Using TTS Fast Panel  I launched high details effect to increase all the details in the picture, removing the effect on the water flow in the foreground.

Always using my panel and with the use of luminosity masks I applied contrast to the curves on midtones and darks to create a specific contrast per area. With orton effect I created a soft look of glow in the frame. Using a cold filter I increased the blue hour colors in the sky applying at the same time a warm filter to mediate the effect, I also used dodge and burn effect around the Tevere bridges and the lightings of the city, to decrease/increase luminosity selectively, in particular some points like the tree and other dark parts were very difficult to lighten even using darks luminosity masks

I always hope you will find this usefull. I’m happy to ear it from you!



Camera: Nikon D-800

Lens: Sigma 24-70mm f/2,8 (Shot at 70mm)

Five Shots (-2; -1; 0; +1 +2)

ISO: 100 at f/8

Software: Photoshop CC2018


Roman nightfall

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So I find myself back in my hometown to take pictures waiting my next trip, this is the left side that you see along the  Sant’Angelo bridge, in my opinion the best bridge over the Tevere river. This is a pedestrian bridge  Read more...that is crossed every day at all hours of the day by thousands of tourists because of it you can see straight to the Castel Sant’Angelo and upleft citizen with a glimpse of the dome of St. Peter. I made this image by five exposures, for processing I used the single exposures without merge with each other but taking the best from each display part to achieve the final result.



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

ISO: 200 at f/5,6

Three Exposures (-2; -1; 0; +1; +2)

Software: Photoshop CC



Evening Love

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Giuseppe Sapori - Evening Love

In this post I want to first tell you that my absence was caused by a lot of work lately has given me a lot to do 🙂  This post has been twinned with the previous one, in fact, just a few meters from the Sant’Angelo bridge there is this beautiful view of Rome in the evening with the dome of St. Peter in the background. I took this HDR on the same day, posizionandomi in this case on the stairs leading down to the river in this case I made 3 shots and made entirely with the luminance masks using Photoshop.


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

ISO: 100 at f/10

3 Shots (-2; 0; +2)

Software: Photoshop

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