Architecture

Panorama images are perfect for capturing moods and dynamics.

There are a couple things that have to be considered though, among them the inevitable distortion.
Although it is very much subtler than with an average wide-angle, it is still there, it's an optic law, not a lens defect.

 

And nowadays everything can be easily solved with Photoshop, but distortion is not necessarily unpleasant, it's part of our way of seeing.

And the brain corrects it in the end, anyway.

Dimensions, lines, spaces.

All images & texts: Copyright Roberto Delpiano - 1997-2017
Torino - The first Italian Parliament

Parlamento Subalpino in Torino - The first Italian Parliament

Roma - Basilica di San Pietro

Roma - Basilica di San Pietro

Torino - Palazzo Carignano

Palazzo Carignano in Torino, heavy Baroque style

Amsterdam buildings

One amazing thing about Amsterdam is all these buildings which seem to be falling all the time

Rome - The Pantheon from the inside

Rome - The Pantheon top

Torino - Castle in the Valentino Park

Castle of Valentino in Torino - it's a fake

Ceiling of Saint Peter's Church in Rome

Ceiling of Saint Peter's Church in Rome

Toronto, Canada - Airport Hall

Toronto, Canada - Airport Hall

Saint statue in the Basilica di San Pietro in Rome

Saint statue in the Basilica di San Pietro in Rome

Torino - Bust of Garibaldi in hall of Public building

Torino: bust of Garibaldi in hall of Public building

Washed clothes hanging from one building to the other

Venezia and its floating landscapes

MAM - 'Museu de Arte Moderna - Rio de Janeiro

MAM - 'Museu de Arte Moderna' - Rio de Janeiro

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