Costumed models playing a harp in a 16th century palace in Venice, Italy during carnival.
I set this shot up for my photo tour group in Venice, Italy. I used a Canon 16-35mm f/2.8 III wide angle lens, and my settings were 1/60, f/4, 1600 ISO. I hand held the camera. The lighting comes from a combination of daylight and tungsten light from the sconces. I lead a photo workshop to Venice every year for carnival, and this is one of the private shoots I arrange for the workshop participants.
Photographer: Jim Zuckerman
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Jim Zuckerman left his medical studies in 1970 to pursue his love of photography and turn it into a career. Jim specializes in wildlife, nature, and travel photography, macro work, and digital effects. His diversity in technique and style is unique in the professional arena. He states that he only photographs beauty, leaving the dark side of life to other photographers. Jim was a contributing editor to Petersen's Photographic Magazine and Shutterbug Magazine for decades, and he is the author of 25 books on photography.
His images, articles, and photo features have been published in scores of books and magazines including Time-Life books, publications of the National Geographic Society, the Economist, Omni Magazine, and Life Magazine. Jim leads photography tours to exotic destinations such as Indonesia, Ethiopia, Namibia, Kenya, Kazakhstan, Patagonia, Iceland and Mongolia, plus conducts workshops to photograph frogs and reptiles, snowy owls, carnival in Venice, and more.
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