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Night in Rome 20th February 2007

6 Responses to “Night in Rome”

  1. 1

    Does to me. \'Oh, look at those funny old cars!\' we\'ll say 30 years from now. How did you get all lines so straight? Did you bring your swivel, is it photoshop or the first distortion free lens?

  2. 2

    Love the tones in this.. The exposure here is great.. Worked perfectly!

  3. 3
    Jeff Ambrose:

    Awesome, it definitely works for me. The tones are fabulous and I don\'t know how you did it but the exposure looks nailed.

  4. 4

    I have walked down the cobblestone streets in Rome and you have captured the essence of what I have felt! Beautiful lighting and color…I love this shot!

  5. 5

    Wow , amazing shot. Beautiful.

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    ferenc ecseki:

    it is great! there is plenty of beauty and story in the simple average generic or ordinary … nice lines in the entire photo but I like a lot how perfectly the left side lines up!!!

  • Canon EOS 5D
  • 1.000 s (1/1)
  • f/4.5
  • aperture priority (semi-auto)
  • 800
  • 2006:08:22 19:43:09
  • matrix
  • 30.00 (30/1)
  • Auto Exposure
Night in Rome

The story behind "Night in Rome"

No famous touristic place this time, but just a random street I passed in the night. Not sure why I decided to take the picture and I do not know if it appeals to anybody else :-)

Old European cities are so wonderful, the narrow cobbled streets, the old buildings and the small cars, fit to the purpose and not to the wallet or image..

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