Nice to see this picture of Archbishop De Magistris ordaining some members of the Good Shepherd Institute in the traditional place for Roman ordinations—the Cathedral of Rome, St John Lateran.
But what doesn't look very traditional to me is that the Archbishop is carrying a crozier. I was told that, until the 1960s, nobody carried a crozier in Rome, not even the Holy Father (though I believe an exception might have been made for the consecration of a bishop when the consecrand was presented with a crozier as part of the rite). Perhaps the Arch is just taking advantage of the modern custom.
n.b. Zadok the Roman has kindly written a comment which explains.