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Testing New Cameras from My Terrace in Rome

I have to let you know that I live in a very small house, but I also have a huge terrace from where almost every day, I can enjoy beautiful sunsets. Every time I test a new camera, I take the first frame of the film from my terrace.

When I have to test a new camera, I don’t have any patience so I take a picture as soon as I put in the film. And that’s what I did with the Olympus OM20

The Ricoh Hi-Color 35…
Photo by silviaphoto77

And, I know that this does not make any sense, but I also do it with B/W film. Here, the Agfa Silette with the Lomography Lady Grey B&W 400.

Photo by silviaphoto77

With the Kodak Retina IIIc (this time at sea), but due to a malfunction of the camera, I could take the sun at various stages of the sunset.

This one is my favorite!

So, in case you have plans of coming to Rome, let me know and maybe I can offer you a glass of wine with an awesome panorama. :)

written by silviaphoto77


  1. jimjimm


    excellent invite...:)....!...

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  2. superlighter


    prenotato! ;-)

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  3. silviaphoto77


    @jimjimm Thanks :)

    @superlighter Segnato!

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  4. trincheiras


    i want to live in your terrace! permanently ;)

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  5. kneehigh85


    Love this article!

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  6. silviaphoto77


    @trincheiras :-)

    @kneehigh85 Thank you!!

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