analogue reborn
is a self-edited magazine about analogue photography

It concern everything about photography with a particular focus on analogue photography. Developed like a magazine on how to use particular gear and films, develop and scanning process. 

Here is why I still use films.

My first experience with medium format was with a TLR (Twin Lenses Reflex), the Rolleiflex 70mm f/3,5. I wasn’t even sure I was winding the film the right way, the whole mechanics sounded weird to me and the camera doesn’t help in making me feeling comfortable. It was also my first time using a waist level viewfinder.
  • In this kind of camera, you are looking to a mirrored image so left and right are inverted. It is just not intuitive to move during composition. But you get use to ir pretty quickly. That camera was a little…
    I can easily say that Berlin was the stage of my analogue reborn. It took me a whole year away from any kind of camera to bring my creativity back again. Slowly I decided to shot again and I began doing it with my digital Nikon. It didn’t work, there was something missing. I felt like any other tourist when all I wanted was to be just me, different from any other.
  • I took with me all the analogic gear form Italy to my new home in Berlin and I just thought “Why don’t try it again?…
    The project "Near The Eyes" was produced between 2012 and 2014 in digital format, taking photos within some cosplayer exhibition venues. I thank the association BHC - Fiere del Fumetto e Animazione for the opportunity of participation they gave me. In the last period of work in Italy I have set up a simple photo-set for laying in cosplayers animated events. My job was just to take photos and print them on the spot as a photo memory. During that time, During that time, I approached their world at first with great curiosity, but as it turned out, it was…
    I shot my first film when I was 10. My first time was with a compact rangefinder that it's probably got lost in one of the moving. It was red, if I remember right. My father taught me how to do it. A few years later I was 15 and I got my first assignment for a local weekly paper. Nothing hard or complicated, obviously. I used to work with my father's gear: Nikon F2, FE, FE2 and some lenses I still use nowadays! Few years later, when I was 18 (2003), I already had taken photographs at…