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bianco e nero a pellicola

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Untitled Photo sent on February 19, 2013 (4:43) by Black Imp . 2 comments, 551 views.

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Canon eos 3, tmax 400



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sent on March 06, 2013 (7:23) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

You could call "the old and the new" ..
I find that thread are the lights in a row.
I ask out of ignorance more than anything else, but can not find it hangs a little to the right? very little ..
the beauty of the film, however, is that once the photo is taken just
good light, Giuseppe

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sent on March 11, 2013 (3:26) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)

it was the sense that :) with something more in the foreground is the bike abandoned at the bottom of the diagonal there is a rider that goes - I more than the lights I looked at the diagonal from lower left to upper right to develop my own thinking -. I really wanted to convey a sense of abandonment, old age, stasis, not too ostentatious, while at the bottom there is life, the new movement. maybe I should vignettare or slightly incu× but do not want to be too explicit.

The photos do not know if it is pendant honestly having used a 24 lines are falling tricks and maybe you're right. I tried to keep parallel to something straight like the white wall on the right as I was decentralized from the side of the road, although it is true that as I did on the left seems to be all leaning to the right and makes it molto "left" which I do not mind. more in the wall on the right that I used as a reference to get a good look is hanging towards the road. keep in mind that they are also lazy and periodically redevelopment in ps to see if I can make it better what I want to communicate so there is one that is "wrong" even though I like the effect.

hehe actually even with analogue signal you can work a lot in the press and I tell you that photoshop enables us to appreciate a lot of scans of the films. then wanting to straighten, cut the price of a little

thank you very much for your attention and the transition. it is a pleasure when you receive any comments to photos that mean something for those clicks.





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