Tuesday, June 26, 2018

Italy on Film

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Hey friends! As you know, my Italy guides are coming soon (between this week and next week to be precise) but I thought I’d share some of the snaps Kirsty took on her film camera when we were there. Normally I’d put them in one big beautiful mish-mash in with non-film photos in my guide but I’ve got 206 snaps already for the two blog posts – help – so for that reason these are getting a post of their own! The other blog posts are my actual guides so they’ve got all the info on where we stayed and what we did and where we ate and how long we brushed our teeth for... so for today I’ll leave you with the images and the images alone!

Amy

11 comments:

Faith said...

I love film! These images are gorgeous and makes me want to get on a plane to Italy right now!

The Gold Lipstick said...

These shots are very beautiful!

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Emma Mejlstrup said...

Amy!! These are just the most beautiful pictures! They really capture the spirit of summer xx

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Ana Vieira said...

These photos are amazing. With which camera they were taken? thanks x
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Courtney Hardy said...

It looks like a dream there. I love all the pictures.
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Caterina Petrucci said...

they are absolutely gorgeous! even the sunlights reflecting in the sea waves are so magical!<3
did she use a kodak film roll? colors are so naturally saturated.

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Lucy Alice said...

As a photography student, these photos make me extremely happy. They're absolutely stunning and I'm so happy to see people using film more often and keeping analogue alive!

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Teresa Hamilton said...

The photos are so stunning! Look like you had a great time!
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Chloe Taylor said...

These photos are absolutely gorgeous and gives you a real sense of Italy and the holiday you had!

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