Kodak Gold 200ISO on Mamiya ZE, 70-210mm
Cool shapes shaped by water and wind in the extreme south of Italy, Puglia, where the two seas, Adriatic and Ionic, come together.
Fuji Superia 200ISO on Yashica FX-3, 70-210mm
“FIND THE BICYCLE”
Long exposure using a tripod of the Venice nightlife from a balcony in the Ghetto Vecchio (The Jewish Quarter).
Fuji Diapositive film, cross processed on Yashica FX-3, 70-210mm
A “concentrated landscape” caught at Bellagio, the best of the Como Lake.
Fuji Superia 100ISO on Mamiya ZE, 70-210mm
“A STICK’S TRIP”
The story of a wooden stick that traveled around the Apenninic mountains in Tuscany, central Italy. Here it sat by the fire, while looking upon its burning “friends”.
I used the 100ISO film at night to get more contrast & definition with low light.
Fuji Superia 200ISO on Yashica FX-D, 70-210mm Macro mode
This phenomenon is called “Brina” when water suspended in air - which creates fog freezes. Then you get the “ice-fog” which sublimates and forms ice crystals on every possible surface.
Fuji Superia 200ISO on Mamiya ZE, 70-210mm Macro mode
“RED & GREEN”
The symbol of May: a poppy growing in the middle of a grain-field, after a refreshing spring rain near Pavia city, south of Milan.
We are very happy to feature photos from the talented Andrei Iancu who had generously offered to share some of his near macro shots and other works caught on various film.
So this set comes to show the versatility of film photography, for example we would never have thought that a 100ISO film would work so well in a low light shot. Thank you so much for sharing the knowledge Andrei!
Now, have we managed to convince you that film is the way to go? :)
You can check out more of Andrei’s works at http://www.behance.net/AndreIancu.