15 November 2015
If you go to Barcelona this place should be the first on your list. I first encountered Sagrada Familia over 30 years ago on a Contiki Tour.
I remember it as looking like an impressive sand castle. You couldn’t go inside at that time. But you must go in as the interiors are truly amazing and so different to all the other basilacas and cathedrals in Europe. The lighting is also amazing late afternoon as you can see in the photos.
But what can a frustrated photographer photograph when the building is surrounded by cranes and the inside full of tourists? You guessed it, photograph the people instead, make them the subject, especially the attractive ones…..
To see actual photos of Sagrada Familia head for the Special Projects/Europe page.
1. Nikon D750 iso 3200 170mm f4.0 1/125sec.
2. iso 400 110mm f4.0 1/125sec
3. iso 800 135mm f4.0 1/90sec