I’ve got round to editing the two panorama photographs I did in Rome! Quite pleased with them as tbh I didn’t give them much thought or effort and just had to take the opportunity while I was there – no waiting for nice light or getting up early for these… They’ve come out okay though 🙂
This first image is a 6 shot panorama with the Sigma 50mm from Villa Borghese looking down over Piazza del Popolo. The two spires to the left are the symmetrical churches of Santa Maria di Montesanto and Santa Maria dei Miracoli and the one in the background is the one on top of the Vatican.
This one should be obvious and is the Piazza San Pietro (Saint Peters Square) and the Basilica di San Pietro at the Vatican City. It’s 7 or 8 shots (can’t remember off the top of my head!), but to do this place justice you need to see it for yourself.
That’s it! Jase