Old-Fashioned Polaroid Pictures by Giovanna Santinolli

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Photographer Giovanna Santinolli lives in Genova, Italy, a city known for its rich history and culture. While there are certainly enough sights in Genova to keep a photographer occupied for months, Giovanna has taken a different route. Using old-fashioned cameras and film, especially of the Polaroid variety, she photographs landscapes, people and objects, giving each a nostalgic hue. Her images are simple and have universal significance–a smiling girl, a small boat dock, a flower in the sun. The pictures seem to exist in a world of their own, separated from any time or location.

To see more of Giovanna’s photography, visit her website or flickr photostream.

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  1. Nikolay Mirchev

    Very interesting approach to the compositing aspect of her photography. I really enjoy the photographs with the nice geometrical patterns within the frame.

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  2. Fotografia Esencial

    Very nice collection of photographs, it’s not only the way the pictures are taken (analogic), the composition and the elements have that vintage-retro look.

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  3. Alexander John

    Where was the /I/ taken? Looks awesome!

    Great effect!

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  4. G.REVATHI

    its amazing.

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  5. thomas armstrong

    If you are interested in Polaroid, visit the Impossible Project

    http://www.the-impossible-project.com/

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