Author name: Andrea Bevacqua

I am passionate about photography but I have got so much to learn! I am just at the beginning of my analogue journey and I am so thirsty to know and understand how to produce decent images. What fascinate me the most is the street photography and all the stories that it can tells.

3D Printing For My Photography Projects – By Andrea Bevacqua

A few months ago, after a bit of thinking, I bought a 3d printer. I say, “after a bit of thinking” because I did not want to spend my free time still in front of a monitor to design stuff. But, in the end, I gave in and went for a used/cheap 3d printer in order to see if it would be interesting for me. After a few months I got bored of tweaking and adjusting the old printer and I went for a brand new one… and everything changed.

Loading 35mm into 120 Camera (Without Adapters) – By Andrea Bevacqua

I have been intrigued by the look of the sprocket holes with the actual photo, so I wanted to try to replicate it. It is a effect mostly used on colour images and it seems quite trendy at the moment. In order to achieve this look you need to own a camera which takes photos that are larger than 35mm cameras do. As such, one of the easier ways to do this is to load 35mm film in a medium format camera. This can be done in a couple of ways.

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