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Rome D800 time-machine: 8 minutes of pictures through 2000 years of history!

If you did not manage to go through the several pictures we shot in Rome, enjoy artborghi animated point of view instead: technical specifications and hi-res pictures you can find here. Click on the youtube movie for a hi-res 2000 year-long trip in pictures.

Artborghi for pictures and mix, Maestro Karen Kornienko for music and arrangements.

Posted by lorenzoborghi on April 8, 2013
8 Comments Post a comment
  1. 04/8/2013

    where’s the pope you promised??

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    • 04/9/2013

      The pope is there: there are a dozen (!) of white pixel on the balcony of Saint peter, shot with the 50 mm from sidereal distances 😀 Why didn’t I have the 70-200 mm with me? The lamest of the excuses: I was sick that day and I could not bring the heavy tele with me … somehow nobody wanted that heavy burden on (her) shoulders..

      To help you, you see the Pope at minute 5:35 of the movie. Switch to HD 1080 and full screen and you will clearly see Papa Francesco.

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  2. 04/8/2013

    Superb picturs, I don’t mind the pope did not turn up at all.. very good.

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    • 04/9/2013

      Thank you doronart, and the Pope is nevertheless there 🙂 You see the Pope at minute 5:35 of the movie. You may switch to HD 1080 and full screen and you will clearly see that dozen if white dots in the middle of the balcony being Papa Francesco.

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      • 04/10/2013

        Thanks I’ll concentrate… it is a promise.

      • 04/12/2013

        Please not too much, the last comment exchange on the pope visibility was inspirational for the new post!

      • 04/13/2013

        Thanks, you have great work, I enjoy looking at.

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