Big Buddha with the Fuji GA645 Pro by Massimiliano Farinetti

Big Buddha with the Fuji GA645 Pro

by Massimiliano Farinetti

Hi Steve, how is it going?

After a while I am submitting some of my works to this section I like most and I hope you’d find them eligible to be published.

I spent few months in Hong Kong and finally I’ve got opportunity to go to the Big Buddha in Lantau island…in a pretty rainy day. The bad weather conditions really didn’t help an extended session but gave a nice atmosphere to the place. The camera used was a Fujifilm GA645Pro, my go-to when I travel with its really sharp Fujinon 60/4. Film was a Kodak TMY (T-max 400) rated at 250 asa, exposed for the shadows.

These are negative scan of course, all the photos will be printed on Rollei Vintage 314 in my darkroom.

I hope you will enjoy them

Thank you for hosting me again in this stunning website

Cheers guys!
Massimiliano Farinetti

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5 Comments

  1. They’re so impressive. Of course, we are used to seeing frontal portraits of Bhudda (not all as good as this by any means!), so I think my favourite is number 4 – the side rear view: very special. Thank you.

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