Photographer's Note

Mariusz recently made a comment saying he is very surprised I have only posted two or three photos from Athens. There's a reason for that, which I'll get to on a future post.

That made me think...I only have 41 photos posted from my time in Italy. That is way too low. So I had to go looking and searching.

This is the famous Fountain of Four Rivers in the Piazza Navona, Rome. Yes, its been photographed many times, but I wanted to add my own special touch by capturing it during black hour, with a long shutter speed.

This is a 10 second long exposure using a tripod, yes I carried it around with me all over Italy, each day. It's well worth it in my opinion. Please don't read the exposure settings on the right, TE still can't get that correct. Its a 10 second exposure at F9

I hope you like the final product with the glowing aqua green water. Thanks for looking.

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