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National Pantheon


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National Pantheon this picture was taken using my medium format Zeiss Ikon Nettar and a camera made between 1935-36. It uses 120mm film and provides a 6×6 negative the film used in the camera was Kodok Gold 200. The National Pantheon-Church of Santa Engrácia, the only example of Baroque in Portugal, stands in front of the Tagus, overlooking the historic area of ​​the city, being an unmissable reference in the Lisbon skyline. From its terrace, you can enjoy a unique perspective of the city and the river.

With only 3 days in Lisbon, I did not get the opportunity to go inside but will be doing so on my next visit. I have chosen to have this print produced on Hahnemühle fine art pearl paper as it brings out the fine grain and colours beautifully.

Image: Photograph
Camera Used: Zeiss Ikon Nettar
Camera Type: Medium Format
Film: 120mm Kodak Gold 200
Image Type: Architecture
Print Sizes: 12 x12/16×16
Colours: Full Colour
Paper: Hahnemühle Fine Art Pearl
Weight: 285GSm
Finish: Pearl
Available In: Print Only
Printed Using: Epson SureColor SC-P9500 Spectro

Additional information


12 x 12 Print Only, 16 x 16 Print Only