In May, along with my family and a group of friends, I went to Rome. I took may camera with me and took a few photos of Italy’s eternal city, which, as you might imagine, is very photogenic. Here are two images of Rome.
Can you guess where the second photograph was taken?
The first one of my photos has been given a particular look. Photo buffs call this an HDR effect and it usually requires more than one capture to make it work well. This version is the result of one single photograph and some clever software.
The HDR effect transforms a photograph into something resembling a painting, or that’s what I think.
Stop reading, start speaking
Stop translating in your head and start speaking Italian for real with the only audio course that prompt you to speak.
Here is the photograph in question.
A View of Rome
Here is the second photograph of Rome, or almost. Where was this photograph taken?
I suspect I could spend a good few weeks photographing Italy’s capital.