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The National Monument to Victor Emmanuel II was built between 1885 and 1911 to celebrate the winning of Italian unity in 1870 and to commemorate the first king of united Italy, Victor Emmanuel II (d. 1878).
In August 2007 I visited Rome with my best friend from school. We spent three gorgeous summer days trawling the ruins, oohing and ahhing...and most importantly of all for me, taking hundreds and hundreds of photos!Here is a print of a photo I took from in front of the National Monument to Victor Emmanuel II. It's a very dramatic sculpture, symbolising the fallen in time of war.Lomography is a type of art photography in which color is emphasized. Traditionally, cameras such as the Holga, Lomo, Colorsplash, and Supersampler are used to create strange and unusual photographs. Lomographic photos are primarily characterized by vignettes (blurry and faded edges), random subjects, and nonadherance to traditional photography rules.
This print mimics the effect obtained by using any of the above cameras - I've manipulated it post-production, and the vignetting and colour contrast are both very pronounced, resulting in a very painterly feel to the photograph.
It has been printed using 220gsm matt canvas inkjet paper. It is in A4 format. The edition is limited to 25 prints. The copyright remains with me, as the original photographer, and each print has been signed and dated on the back by me.
When purchased, this print will be posted in a card-backed envelope, for added protection.
All proceeds from the sale of this item go towards sending my daughter to the 22nd World Scouting Jamboree, to be held in July, in Skåne, Sweden.
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