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  • Writer's pictureJan Zöbisch

In Transit through Venice

So, our journey finally began. On April 1st we returned our flat keys to the landlord and moved into our camper van. The first lag of our journey led us to Italy, where we had a stop-over in Venice for some days. We arrived during the Easter weekend with very pleasant weather and, despite of the holidays, did not see the extreme flood of tourists you would expect.


When I think about Venice, I do immediately think of crisp black and white scenes - the ones you can find in Film Noir movies like "Venetian Bird".


Part of our schedule was a visit of Inge Morath's exhibition at Palazzo Grimaldi, which showcased around 80 photos she has taken in Venice during the 1950s.


So, it was no wonder that I was in the right mood to load my Leica M5 with some Ilford FP4 film and to keep my eyes peeled for some nostalgic scenes.


Analogue street photograph, Venice Italy, by Jan Zöbisch

Analogue street photograph, Venice Italy, by Jan Zöbisch


Analogue street photograph, Venice Italy, by Jan Zöbisch


Analogue street photograph, Venice Italy, by Jan Zöbisch




Analogue street photograph, Venice Italy, by Jan Zöbisch



Gear Talk

Camera: Leica M5

Lens: Voigtländer Nokton Classic 1.4/35

Film: Ilford FP4

Dev&Scan: urbanfilmlab



On this diary I am frequently writing about my journey and my project IN TRANSIT.

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