During the lockdown, we have seen images of empty towns on TV, in newspapers and magazines, but walking around the city and photographing normally crowded places, such as the Trevi Fountain, the Vatican City, or the Colosseum being instead absolutely empty was an incredible and hopefully unrepeatable experience. As a professional photographer, I spent three days walking throughout Rome taking photos that could tell all its paradoxical, bizarre, spooky atmosphere. I felt like witnessing a suspended life, almost like the Prince discovering Sleeping Beauty and trying to wake her up with the kiss of my camera clicks. If you want to experience a once in a lifetime tour in Rome, book this online webinar and you'll see the Eternal City as you were never able to see it nor you will in the future.   

The camera can reveal the secrets that the naked eye or the mind do not grasp, everything disappears except what is focused with the lens. Photography is an observation exercise. (Isabel Allende)

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