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This week, we’re featuring a series that brings fall mountain colors to life from French film photographer Julien Miscischia. Here is more from Julien about his hike in the Alps and taking a little time for himself after becoming a new father…
I recently became a dad. So I decided, for all my personal work, to exclusively shoot film. Less post treatment, less waste, and more focus on my pictures.
This series is about what I enjoy and who inspires me. I enjoy trail running and hiking, so when I have a little moment in my new dad life, I go out in the mountains. Easy for me because I live in a marvelous place in France: Annecy.
I am inspired by the guy you see in the pictures, a friend, an incredible runner, and also a photographer. The idea behind this hike was to shoot some portraits and capture the magnificent colors of fall. Spend some time in nature, breath pure air, and admire the sunset of my beautiful home town.
It was also a way to test my new baby: Nikon FM2 with a 50mm 1.4 and some Kodak Ultramax. I also took my lovely Pentax 6×7 MLU with the legendary 105mm 2.4 and some Kodak Portra 800.
While I try to develop and scan myself, this time I sent everything to the nice fellows at Carmencita Film Lab (scan on Noritsu). Time is crucial with a newborn!