This is the Church of Santa Engrácia, also known as the National Pantheon!
So this is where important Portuguese people are buried! It’s a beautiful building, but unfortunately we couldn’t go inside! And to make things worse, it started raining when I started taking photos, which happens to me all the time haha, so we had to leave after 5 minutes. Fortunately some of them look good enough to share here!
I took these photos when I went to Lisbon back in February and they’ve been stored in my hard drive ever since, I wasn’t sure how to edit them because Architectural photography isn’t exactly my forte, but I’m happy with how they turned out, I think they look good with lots of details and textures and I think they make the National Pantheon look kind of mysterious! 😀
It’s a place that i’d definitely like to visit again and you should too if you’re ever in Lisbon! 🙂
(just don’t forget to bring a tripod and an umbrella)
PS: Expect more Architectural Photography because I have hundreds of them that I’m going to start editing now. 🙂
Location: Campo de Santa Clara – Lisbon – Portugal
Shutter speed: 1/8 to 1/1250 seconds.
Focal Length: 15-85mm
filter: Hoya 72mm pro1 CP