The best of a street photography journey into three famous cities which are extremely different: Venice in Italy, Tel Aviv in Israel and Kitzbuehel in Austria. Every picture allows to tell the story of the model: the lonely musician and the woman in the arcades of San Marco in Venice, bar guests and shoppers in Tel Aviv and the secret of bride shooting besides the cemetery of the winter destination in the Alpes.
Analoge film 120 (6x8 cm) and 135 (24x36 mm), Ilford Delta 100 and 400, Mamiya RB 67, Canon P
AUTHOR: Wolf-Dietrich Nahr GERMANY
Wolf-Dietrich Nahr, born in Germany 1958, started taking pictures as a child. Start up in journalism was reporting for German newspapers with the camera in the 70th. After training as newspaper reporter and editor he had an academic career in Political Science, Economics and Communication Science. Later he returned to journalism and is reporter and editor for over 30 years.
After starting in the period of digital photography he returned to analoge photography ten years ago in every format up to 4x5 inch working hybride: shooting with films, enlarging in a real dark room and digitalizing negatives in high solution.
Honorable Mention by Monovisions Photography Awards 2020
"48 Hours in Venice" Regensburg/Germany 2018
"Hals und Bein – Fascinating Horse Races" Munich/Germany 2018/2019, www.48-stunden-venedig.,de
"Tel Aviv – Living with Bauhaus" Regensburg/Germany and Tel Aviv 2019, www.tel-aviv-bauhaus.com