Old-Fashioned Polaroid Pictures by Giovanna Santinolli

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.

  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.

  3. Alexander John

    Where was the /I/ taken? Looks awesome!

    Great effect!

  4. G.REVATHI

    its amazing.

  5. thomas armstrong

    If you are interested in Polaroid, visit the Impossible Project

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

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