22 Apr The never-ending project

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My name is Alessandra. I was born in Sicily, Italy, and moved to Denmark with my family when I was 9 years old. I am currently living in the suburbs of Århus, with my two children. As long as I remember, I have been fascinated by photography. When I still lived in Italy, I used to play a game with my sisters and cousins, where we acted as models and photographers by turns. It continued for a number of years, so every time we visited my family in Italy, we actually bought black and white films, shooted a lot of photos and then got them developed. It was so much fun. LEFT: Fuji X-T1 . Fuji XF18-55mmF2.8-4 @42.50mm . f/5.0 . 1/1600″ . ISO 320
RIGHT: Fuji X-T1 . Fuji XF18-55mmF2.8-4 @34.30mm . f/4.5 . 1/1250″ . ISO 320My very first camera was a gift from my classmates from elementary school in Denmark. Looking back, it probably wasn’t anything special, but none the less, I had my own camera. That was cool.  Later I saved up some money and bought a JVC Camcorder. I had much fun with that, but it didn’t really replace my interest in photography. Fuji X-T1 . Fuji XF18-55mmF2.8-4 @18mm . f/10 . 1/160″ . ISO 100 RIGHT: Fuji X100F . f/2.0 . 1/1600″ . ISO 500When I was about 15, I was so lucky that the local youth club offered introduction classes to the darkroom. I simply

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