These Modern Photos Taken With a 1960’s Camera Will Make You Smile

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By Julie Redwood

Giacomo Brunelli grew up in the Italian countryside surrounded by animals. When he discovered his father’s camera in a cupboard (a Japanese 35 mm Miranda from the 60s), he became fascinated by it and decided to spend his time photographing dogs, cats, horses and birds he’d come across walking in the nature.

The Animals was his first project and it was published by Dewi Lewis in 2008. He used his bathroom as darkroom for printing the images.

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To learn more about Giacomo Brunelli, visit his Facebook page.

What beautiful and hauntingly fascinating photos. Have you ever discovered something old that you use even today? Tell us your stories. We would like to here about your experiences!

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