Advertising and Editorial Travel Photography

Advertising and Editorial Travel Photography

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You can see how thick the walls are in the shot below.


This Romanesque church, San Giacomo di Spurano, on Lake Como, is in the town of Ossuccio. The pre-Roman origins of this village are confirmed by votive altar from the second century A.D. that belonged to some people called the "Ausuciates", who gave the village their name.

The technical problems on the first shot was shooting into the sun. I solved this by shooting 3 wide exposure brackets & blending them into one image. One was for the sky & water, one was got the general scene and one was for the shadow side of the church.

Shot with a Canon Professional Digital Camera & a Canon lenses set in RAW mode & processed in Photoshop. If you would like to use this image, or any of my images for mock or comp use, please just ask. There is never a charge for this service. Any educational use is permitted without charge, unless published, but please ask first. All commercial use is available only with a limited copyright release prior to use from the copyright holder, Steve Thornton. Thanks for looking!

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