black and white film photography

fotoInBN_smallLike all boys of my generation, I approached the photograph using color film, but the more I liked to this art form, the more I was seduced by the magical world of black and white. I found a special charm in photographs taken with this practice, and I was attracted by the high level of creative it that this technique allows, during exposure of the film and then developing and printing. So I began to set up my darkroom, true heart for all photographers who still use this technique.
Today digital images have almost completely supplanted the fotoInBN_2_smalltraditional photography to film and in many ways that digital technology is fantastic. Personally I have nothing against digital photography, but I hate the excessive use of image processing programs, able to alter and completely change the picture, not knowing if this is true or fictional. Today unfortunately when I look at a photograph that captures me, after a moment of enthusiasm, I instinctively flinch doubtful, thinking: “is the wonderful picture that I’m looking at real or someone made ​​fun of me using some sophisticated processing software?”.
Therefore I really want to let you know that my pictures are real photographs, not edited on a computer. The light has simply impressed for a moment the film exposed by me. 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

 CAMERA OSCURA

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERA

Traditional Film Photography