Mikhailan
Mikhailan

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The miracle of sunlight in Saint Peter's Dome, Rome

The miracle of sunlight in Saint Peter's Dome, Rome
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stefningvargumundsson
 
stefningvargumundsson March 28, 2017
Love this shot
Mikhailan
Mikhailan June 02, 2017
Thank you, I love it too. I have thought then that the patron saint of this cathedral glanse here sometimes.

Behind The Lens

Location
The photo was taken in Saint Peter's Dome, Rome.
Time
I think it was through 2 or 3 hours after middday.
Lighting
It was rare and succinct occurrence when I can see concentrated light and perhaps to touch it.
Equipment
This was shot on a Nikon D60 with an 18-200 mm f1:3,5 - 5,6 LENS. No other equipment was involved.
Inspiration
I thought that Patron of the duomo sometimes peek into so that to look at religious and the gentiles and to bolster some and get other thinking.
Editing
Yes, I use photo editor ACDsee and tried to brighten up the frame, it was rather dark.
In my camera bag
I have in my bag my camera with one or two lenses and sometimes lightweight tripod.
Feedback
I think in that case it's important to catch the light. During the architectural shooting it must be rely on natural lighting.

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