A Short History of Milan Pt.2

A Short History of Milan Pt.2

November 17, 2019

For me a collection is never complete and one year on from the beginning of 'A short History of Milan' I returned to the city to continue the series. My head was buzzing with ideas and an ambitious list of places I planned to visit. Having had difficulty buying film this year, thankfully I managed to stock up just before I left but as always I was concerned about how my vintage camera equipment would hold up on a six day shoot. It was a tough week walking the streets, often in the rain, with my heavy Mamiya RB67, a set of lenses, and various accessories but I was motivated and inspired by the city that sparkles find beauty everywhere I went.



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