I’m particoulary happy to propose you one of the very first shoot taken with my Lomo camera LC-A, when I was just approaching lomography style, bringing my LC-A everywhere. Here I was in one of the major hospital in Rome, for a meeting with one of our clients working there.
I was in the bar, at lounch time, waiting to ask for a sad sandwich. Just in front of me there were two people working in the hospital and having their quick lunch, flirting each other: an angelic white-dressed nurse and a young doctor with the typical surgery green clothes and shoes.
This was a hip shot, with the camera held still against my stomach and pointing at their feet. The final result did make me very happy, encouraging me to explore lomo style deeper. I’ve placed here a post-processed version of that shot, but you can see the original one clicking here.
You will also find more information about LC-A camera an lomography in the tools section of this photoblog.
Born in italy in 1976
more or less at dinner time.
Currenly based in Rome.
Above a self-portrait taken in the toilet of a cinema.