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The award-winning Italian cinematographer Vittorio Storaro has released this NFT collection of Roman History images. Storaro won Oscars for best cinematography for the following movies "Apocalypse Now," "Reds" and "The Last Emperor." Storaro uses Double exposure photography, which layers two different exposures on a single image, combining two photographs into one. Double exposure creates a surreal feeling for your photos, and the two photographs can work together to convey deep meaning or symbolism. Trajan, or Marcus Ulpius Traianus, was a Roman emperor from 98 to 117 CE. He is known as a benevolent ruler; his reign was noted for public projects which benefitted the populace, such as improving the dilapidated road system, constructing aqueducts, building public baths, and extending the port of Ostia. Trajan was also a highly successful general and won three significant conflicts against the Dacians and in the east, resulting in the Roman Empire reaching its greatest size up to that date. The Temple of Saturn is the oldest sacred place in Rome, after the Temples of Vesta and Jupiter. It was rebuilt in 42 BC in honor of Saturn, and again, in the fourth century AD, it was the focal point of this ancient cult and stood on the site of the original temple. With their scrolled volutes, the surviving Ionic columns date from this period. Because of the link of Saturn with agriculture, the source of Rome's wealth, the temple was the repository for the State treasury, the Aerarium Populi Roman. In this photo, the image of Tarjan was taken from a Bust located National Archaeological Museum, Naples, Italy. The Columns of the Temple of Saturn are located in the Roman Forum, Rome, Italy.
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The company owns the worldwide copyrights for distribution of Vittorio Storaro’s Images, Exhibition, and Books.

The Storaro Art offers unique photographs by the award-winning Italian cinematographer Vittorio Storaro. Storaro won Oscars for "Apocalypse Now," "Reds" and "The Last Emperor".

The Civiltà Romana’s NFT Collection is the culmination of a project that began in the late 1980s. During five years, Storaro traveled throughout Italy, Syria, Turkey, Greece and countries that belonged to the Roman Empire, to document ruins and preserve their magnificence for future generations.

Storaro artfully photographed two or more monuments using double exposure. This was no easy task prior to digital photography.

These images provide a unique perspective of the Roman Civilization. By combining two or more stunning images into one, the revered artist highlights iconic, classical Roman Architecture, monuments and the legacy of a civilization that shaped the course of our world.

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The award-winning Italian cinematographer Vittorio Storaro has released this NFT collection of Roman History images. Storaro won Oscars for best cinematography for the following movies "Apocalypse Now," "Reds" and "The Last Emperor." Storaro uses Double exposure photography, which layers two different exposures on a single image, combining two photographs into one. Double exposure creates a surreal feeling for your photos, and the two photographs can work together to convey deep meaning or symbolism. Trajan, or Marcus Ulpius Traianus, was a Roman emperor from 98 to 117 CE. He is known as a benevolent ruler; his reign was noted for public projects which benefitted the populace, such as improving the dilapidated road system, constructing aqueducts, building public baths, and extending the port of Ostia. Trajan was also a highly successful general and won three significant conflicts against the Dacians and in the east, resulting in the Roman Empire reaching its greatest size up to that date. The Temple of Saturn is the oldest sacred place in Rome, after the Temples of Vesta and Jupiter. It was rebuilt in 42 BC in honor of Saturn, and again, in the fourth century AD, it was the focal point of this ancient cult and stood on the site of the original temple. With their scrolled volutes, the surviving Ionic columns date from this period. Because of the link of Saturn with agriculture, the source of Rome's wealth, the temple was the repository for the State treasury, the Aerarium Populi Roman. In this photo, the image of Tarjan was taken from a Bust located National Archaeological Museum, Naples, Italy. The Columns of the Temple of Saturn are located in the Roman Forum, Rome, Italy.
STORAROART collection image

The company owns the worldwide copyrights for distribution of Vittorio Storaro’s Images, Exhibition, and Books.

The Storaro Art offers unique photographs by the award-winning Italian cinematographer Vittorio Storaro. Storaro won Oscars for "Apocalypse Now," "Reds" and "The Last Emperor".

The Civiltà Romana’s NFT Collection is the culmination of a project that began in the late 1980s. During five years, Storaro traveled throughout Italy, Syria, Turkey, Greece and countries that belonged to the Roman Empire, to document ruins and preserve their magnificence for future generations.

Storaro artfully photographed two or more monuments using double exposure. This was no easy task prior to digital photography.

These images provide a unique perspective of the Roman Civilization. By combining two or more stunning images into one, the revered artist highlights iconic, classical Roman Architecture, monuments and the legacy of a civilization that shaped the course of our world.

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