Bartolomeo Montrucchio - Photos of Torino (in 2006) - Foto di Torino (nel 2006) - last update 25th June 2006
In this site you can find a large number of photos of Torino.
These photos were put here to be used as images for an international
conference hold here in Politecnico di Torino (WESC06).
Since during this year (2006) in Torino there were Olympic Winter
Games I thought to leave all these photos as a gift for all tourists
which came here. All these pictures were taken by me during the last three years
(many thanks to my friend Pietro Formia for his help) and copyright is mine.
For this reason I can leave you to download them for free, with no limitations.
You can use them for websites, journals and so on. Please only cite my name
near the photo as the author (email@example.com) and please
send me an e-mail (if you want) telling me where my pictures have been
used (only for my satisfaction :) ).
If you want or need a high quality version, please send me an e-mail indicating
the name of the file and the reported number (e.g. 2- mole_bn_nr_48_n13.jpg).
I will provide to you the original, lossless, very high definition, 16 bit per channel,
version. The greatest part of these pictures was taken by means of a medium
format camera (Pentax 6x7) and also a view camera (Sinar F1),
so the resulting file is up to 800MB long.
Some photos were built by means of several (up to 60) digital photos (made with a Canon EOS 20D).
You can print up to 50cmx60cm with no particular loss of definition.
You can use a plotter or a print service and the 16bit per channel version
can be useful if you need to optimize images for high quality print.
Please note however that the high quality version pictures are already
Enjoy yourself with these pictures of Torino.
- 1- Mole.
- 2- Mole and the moon.
- 3- Galleria San Federico.
- 4- Palazzo Madama (Piazza Castello).
- 5- Palazzo Madama (Piazza Castello).
- 6- Superga hill along the street.
- 7- Chiesa della Consolata.
- 8- Giardini Lamarmora.
- 9- Piazza San Carlo, the black sun (true solarization on an FP4Plus!).
- 10- Red disk painted on houses with air-raid bombing risk during second world war and still present for example near main station (Porta Nuova). The disk here represented is going to be canceled since the house is under work just in these days (may 2006).
- 11- R is for Rifugio, air-raid shelter, painted in white on some houses during second world war and still present.
- 12- Gran Madre.
- 13- Piazza Solferino (near Atrium).
- 14- FIAT Topolino car.
- 15- Chocolate.
- 16- "Medieval" castle.
- 17- Piazza Castello.
- 18- Palazzo Carignano.
- 19- Via Pietro Micca.
- 20- Piazza Castello (Medals Plaza).
- 21- Paralympic closing ceremony.
- 22- Francesco De Gregori in concert.
- 23- Murazzi and laser lights.
- 24- Gran Madre.
- 25- Gran Madre, Superga and Monte dei Cappuccini.
- 26- The hill of Torino, seen from Palazzo Nuovo (University of Torino); this photo can be printed up to 50cmX350cm and was taken by means of 60 photos (EOS 20D plus Carl Zeiss Makro Planar 100/2.8).
- 27- Palazzo Reale.
- 28- Piazza Carlo Alberto.
- 29- Piazza Carlo Alberto.
- 30- Piazza Cavour.
- 31- Piazza Palazzo di Città.
- 32- Piazza San Carlo.
- 33- The bridge of Corso Vittorio.
- 34- The Torino 2006 logo in front of Porta Nuova.
- 35- Casa Italia (Politecnico di Torino, Architettura) and the Alfa Romeo Brera.
- 36- Via Roma from Piazza Carlo Felice.
- 37- Via Roma from Piazza San Carlo.
- 38- Via Barbaroux.
- 39- Galleria subalpina.
- 40- Mole from the Avogadro school with Monte dei Cappuccini.
- 41- Mole from Monte dei Cappuccini.
- 42- Stadio delle Alpi, Curva Maratona (ultras sector), Torino football club, end of may 2006.
- 43- Museo del Cinema (Cinema Museum) inside Mole.
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