Hanami days in Japan, as the beauty of cherry blossoms draws locals and tourists to the parks (March 2016). Polaroid Land Camera 250 & Fujifilm FP-3000b, if you wonder.
Category: Street photography, Thoughts, Travel photography Tagged: Andrea Taurisano, B/w, Cherry blossoms, cimento, FP-3000b, Japan, Polaroid, Sakura, Tokyo
Lovely series, as delicate as the flowers themselves. I do like the mono process.
I love those flowers too. I chose to shoot them on BW film, even though color would have been a more natural choice.
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