"Around the World in Analogue" is your bite-sized guide to the most amazing travel destinations across the globe, as documented by the members of the Lomography community. Today, Lorenzo Mamone Capria reveals the unspoiled beauty of the Tuscan Archipelago.
Name: Lorenzo Mamone Capria
Camera: Lomo LC-A
Film: Tudorcolor XLX 200
Location: Tuscan Archipelago
I want to share with you some pictures that I took during a mini cruise around the Tuscan Archipelago. If you have the occasion to visit those beautiful places, go during October! The deep blue sea, fresh air, and absence of noisy tourists will let your heart be conquered by the raw and fierce nature that still predominates. In these pictures, you can enjoy all of these along with some shots of Portoferraio, the chief town of Elba Island, where fishing is still the first source of income when tourists leave to return to their everyday life.
I took with me my trusty LC-A for its simplicity and loaded it with Tudor XLX 200, a wonderful medium speed film that gives a strong saturation with warm colors and a painterly grain.
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