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  • IlFord FP4 Plus 125: 50 (And Many More) Shades of Gray

    written by lulomo on 2013-09-13 #gear
    IlFord FP4 Plus 125: 50 (And Many More) Shades of Gray

    The Ilford FP-4 Plus was my first black and white film. The photolab dealer warned me when he suggested it to me: "You'll fall in love with this film!". And I immediately fell in love with it, mainly because of its very fine grain.

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  • Iguazù Falls, the Brazilian Side in Black and White with my LC-A+

    written by lulomo on 2012-05-23 #places
    Iguazù Falls, the Brazilian Side in Black and White with my LC-A+

    This winter (summer in the southern hemisphere), I went to Buenos Aires (Argentina), Punta del Este (Uruguay), and the Iguazù Falls (Argentina/Brazil) carrying my brand new LC-A+. Since Iguazù Falls has been my last destination, I only had a roll of film in black and white (Ilford FP4+). But I'm happy because black and white film turned out to be a perfect choice for the falls!

  • In Winter, Migrate to the South in Punta del Este, Uruguay!

    written by lulomo on 2012-03-08 #places
    In Winter, Migrate to the South in Punta del Este, Uruguay!

    While one of the worst cold waves in recent years invade Europe, across the ocean to the south, there are those who enjoy paradisiacal temperatures and a mid-January beautiful tan! If you can no longer bear the cold between December and March, then next year escape to Punta del Este!

  • A Year-Long Exposure

    written by lulomo on 2012-02-26 #news
    A Year-Long Exposure

    Michael Chrisman took a single photograph of the Toronto skyline exposed though every second of 2011.

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  • Piazza della Signoria, Firenze: An Open-Air Museum

    written by lulomo on 2011-10-28 #places
    Piazza della Signoria, Firenze: An Open-Air Museum

    One of the most beautiful places in my town Florence is the Piazza della Signoria. Located in the centre of the city, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, you can find such stunning sculptures as Giambologna's "Rape of the Sabine Women," Cellini's "Perseus with the head of Medusa," and many others including a copy of Michelangelo's "David" known worldwide.

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  • Vintage Photo Booth in Firenze

    written by lulomo on 2011-09-07
    Vintage Photo Booth in Firenze

    Do you want a wonderful, vintage-looking, souvenir photo from Firenze, Italy? On the corner between Via Nazionale and Piazza della Stazione, there is a little vintage photo booth!

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  • Maurizio Galimberti and the Polaroid Mosaics

    written by lulomo on 2011-08-18 #news
    Maurizio Galimberti and the Polaroid Mosaics

    Maurizio Galimberti is an Italian photographer known for his particular technique: Polaroid Mosaics, through which he found his own way of expressing dynamism by re-inventing reality.

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