Ponte Sant'Angelo was built in 164 C.E. by the Roman Emperor Hadrian. Its three arches span the Tiber River and statues of angels overlook the pedestrian walkway.
Travel photography can be challenging since a visitor has limited time to construct and frame the photograph. I wanted to capture Rome's rich history and physical beauty while avoiding the typical "postcard" shot. After much post-processing time in my "digital darkroom", the end result is this black and white image that almost appears to be drawn by hand.
I think the 8.5"x11" print is the perfect size for this image!
I shot this photograph with a Nikon D800 and 16-35mm f/4 Nikkor lens. It was processed using Lightroom and Nik Software.
Please let me know if you have comments or questions!