Wednesday, July 23, 2008

S. Cristina


From via Roma porticos it's possible to zoom on Santa Cristina's Church one of twin baroque churches of Piazza San Carlo. I'll show both better next days.

Dai portici di via Roma è possibile avvicinare con uno zoom la Chiesa di Santa Cristina, une delle due chiese barocche gemelle di Piazza San Carlo. Le mostrerò entrambe meglio i possimi giorni.
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12 comments:

Virginia said...

Great photo Fabrizio, I like the addition of the people, makes it so much more interesting. Th background structure is lovely. I do so love seeing your gorgeous city!

Lily Hydrangea said...

I love the forground, the middle ground and the background composition here.

Ann said...

I like the way you have framed t he church in the arch and agree that the people in the foreground give it so much more depth.

Coltrane_lives said...

I'm in agreement with Ann on this. You have used the people nicely to create that depth. I enjoy these people-in-motion-on-a- typical-day photos. I'm sure it's a beautiful church too!

rob said...

It's a question of time... but I will learn to use my camera to get pictures like that one!!!

Can I suggest you a picture to take (which I tried to take in the past with mere results...)?

If you stand in p.za s. Carlo looking towards v. Alfieri, with clear skies you can spot the mountains in the foreground and the buildings in the front... I guess you could take it with no hassle!!!

Rob

Nikon said...

Beautiful perspective, Fabrizio, the tones are perfect.

Mo said...

Very nice.

Kate said...

I think that I too like the way you framed the background through the arch. The young couple on the right look very happy!

Fabrizio - ikol22 said...

I noticed how people in foreground capture attention. This is true and Kate centered the point. Thank to digital, I usually take more than one single photo (a part some exception). So in this case I got four. I choose this one just because *that couple* on the right look very happy. Honestly the church is bit out of centre but I loved that couple me too.

@Rob, I presume you meant mountain in background rather in foreground. Anyway I realize what you mean and... Thank you so much about suggestion and please, don't hesitate to suggest me more (I'm greedy of suggestions)

-- Then thank you very much about your ever wonderful comments.

MmeBenaut said...

Actually Fabrizio, I love the Church and barely noticed the people. My eye was drawn immediately to the beautiful oval window and the detail of it. This is a lovely perspective.

rob said...

Background, background, silly me...

Sunkyoung said...

I really like the tone of this photo and also that you've composed with people which add more liveliness. Well done!