Fontana di Trevi -
The Fontana di Trevi (or fountain of Trevor as we called it) in the heart of Rome is a popular sight, and not without reason, it is more than your run-of-the-mill water feature, at over 26 metres high and almost 50 wide it’s pretty impressive. Only trick is fitting it all in.
This photo is actually merged from four different shots, three were bracketed (One normal, one two stops over exposed and one two stops under) these were then merged into a 32-bit tiff in Photoshop and processed in Lightroom. The fourth shot was deliberately overexposed to try and get as slow a shutter speed as I could to blur the water a little. I then reduced the exposure in Lightroom and made a composite with the water from the long exposure photo and the rest from the HDR shot.