How do you put a new spin on ancient architecture without ruining the very thing that gives it such appeal? Capture it in a new light. These HDR images of Rome are so rich in color that they tempt to transport you to another time when the sound of chariots swishing down the streets was the soundtrack of life for Romans in togas en route to Colosseum games.
These Rome HDR photos offer a new perspective on these ancient ruins, like a 3D world that seems even more alluring than our own -- yet, the irony is that these ARE real, that this IS exactly what the world already looks like, only our eyes are incapable of layering different light exposures like cameras can. Just like ultra high speed photography, these Rome HDR photos just make us aware of the beauty that is already there.
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Rome HDR Photos Shed New Light on Ancient Architecture
- By: BiancaJun 11, 2009