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Atrani, Italy Travel Story by Skye Kuppig

35mm Film Photography Atrani Italy Travel Story by Skye Kuppig on Shoot It With Film
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Today’s feature is a travel story from film photographer Skye Kuppig. Skye brings the charm and magic of Atrani, Italy to life, captured beautifully on 35mm film. Here are a few words from Skye about this series…

I took these photos while I was staying at my family’s apartment in Atrani, the smallest town in Italy right next to Amalfi. The town is a maze of stairs that go up into the surrounding mountains, between the houses, sometimes straight into the houses: Escher was famously inspired by it for his designs. It’s a magical place where the mountains meet the sea, populated mainly by elderly people and cats.

Analog cameras and films used: Nikkormat 35mm (Find at KEH Camera or eBay) | Kodak ColorPlus 200 (Find on Amazon)

Connect with Skye: Website | Instagram

35mm Film Photography Atrani Italy Travel Story by Skye Kuppig on Shoot It With Film
35mm Film Photography Atrani Italy Travel Story by Skye Kuppig on Shoot It With Film
35mm Film Photography Atrani Italy Travel Story by Skye Kuppig on Shoot It With Film
35mm Film Photography Atrani Italy Travel Story by Skye Kuppig on Shoot It With Film
35mm Film Photography Atrani Italy Travel Story by Skye Kuppig on Shoot It With Film
35mm Film Photography Atrani Italy Travel Story by Skye Kuppig on Shoot It With Film
35mm Film Photography Atrani Italy Travel Story by Skye Kuppig on Shoot It With Film
35mm Film Photography Atrani Italy Travel Story by Skye Kuppig on Shoot It With Film
35mm Film Photography Atrani Italy Travel Story by Skye Kuppig on Shoot It With Film
35mm Film Photography Atrani Italy Travel Story by Skye Kuppig on Shoot It With Film

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