The Sacre Coeur Acrylic Print
by Serge Ramelli
The Sacre Coeur by Serge Ramelli - 12" x 7"
The Sacre Coeur acrylic print by Serge Ramelli. Bring your artwork to life with the stylish lines and added depth of an acrylic print. Your image gets printed directly onto the back of a 1/4" thick sheet of clear acrylic. The high gloss of the acrylic sheet complements the rich colors of any image to produce stunning results. Two different mounting options are available, see below.
The Sacre Coeur, the highest church in Paris in the oldest part of Paris in Monmartre. This was taken with my 300 mm lens from the department store... more
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The Sacre Coeur, the highest church in Paris in the oldest part of Paris in Monmartre. This was taken with my 300 mm lens from the department store of Galeries de Lafayette. I had to go to a restaurant and get over a fence to get this shot, which was risky, but I got this shot and I was happy.
About Serge Ramelli
Ever since I was a kid I wanted to create pictures that people could enjoy. I remember in the 80's when I started seeing the first computer generated images I was amazed by the colors and the drama. I became a huge fan of the epic and dramatic look that you experience in Cinema. Movies like Gladiator, Gone with the Wind, The Matrix, Saving Private Ryan or Sherlock Holmes have such distinct drama with amazing sunsets, clouds and color themes. I know most of it is not real, but I still love it. Some of my photos are heavily retouched, some are not. What I'm looking for is something that communicates a message, something epic and an adventure. I am a landscape and urban photographer based in the US and Paris. My work has been shown in...
Allan Van Gasbeck
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Looks amazing in black and white! lf