Dolomites, Italy, July 2016.
Category: Documentary and projects, Travel photography Tagged: Andrea Taurisano, B/w, cimento, Fomapan, goats, Half frame, Italy, Olympus Pen
Stunning, just stunning
Thanks, Paula. Just thanks.
Lovely images, like little masterpieces. Lucky you finding a half-frame camera!
Thank you for your nice feedback, Mark. Olympus Pen cameras are half-frame toys that can be picked up for few bucks. Plenty on eBay. Just make sure it works..
Just another fantastic post Andrea! A nice little half frame next then, maybe 🙂 You certainly know how to use the thing anyway. Are they scanned darkroom prints, or scanned film? I love the andreagrain in them!
Oh, thanks you so much! These are film scans. Grain is so much more visible on half frame shots and of course I can’t help but loving it.. Yes, more posts like this to come next week.
Just as I thought then. And yes, the density of grain will be a bit more obvious inside half the frame size compared to the more normal format we throw through our cameras.
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