Spanish Ceilings Architecture Gallery Portfolio - Thomas Farina
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Architecture, Urban
About This Project

Spanish Ceilings

In this gallery portfolio you can see an unique point of view of some the best architectural pieces you can find in Spain. This series of pictures was taken in summer of 2015.


The gallery consists of six pictures of Spanish Ceilings. All of them are taken by free hand and pointing the camera straight up looking at the beauty over my head.


As you can guess, the editing process is absolutely important in this kind of Photography. In fact, it is nearly impossible to get a perfect symmetric image without using a tripod.


So, the series starts with two masterpieces from Antoni Gaudì. The first one is taken inside the famous Sagrada Familia Cathedral in Barcelona, then you can admire the ceiling of the Central Hall at Palau Guell. The chandelier picture is from Casa Battlò, Barcelona.


The magnificent Mezquita in Cordoba, and the Seville Alcazar are completing this project.