Window Shopping in Venice, Italy by Elana Bailey
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This was taken in Venice, Italy, of a couple window shopping down one of the backstreets. This was taken on film and scanned in. I used a Pentax ESPIO 150SL 35mm film camera and Kodak colour film.

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backstreets of venice, candid, european travel scene, film photography, italy, street photography, streetscape, two people, venice, window shopping

Elana Bailey is a multi award winning South Australian Photographer. She has a Diploma in Commercial Photography and her passion is for travel, street, architectural, real estate, landscape, portrait and wedding photography.

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  • Yool
    Yoolabout 6 years ago

    Love it!!!

  • Many thanks indeed.

    – Elana Bailey

  • Elaine Harriott
    Elaine Harriottabout 6 years ago

    Beautiful shot, a lovely quaint street shot – lovely!

  • Elaine, thank you very much.

    – Elana Bailey

  • John Brotheridge
    John Brotheridgeabout 6 years ago

    ‘Are you sure this is the New Zealand Embassy?’

  • Very funny. It doesn’t look like the New Zealand Embassy….

    – Elana Bailey

  • WhiteEagle
    WhiteEagleabout 6 years ago

    Great shot Elana. Are you scanning negs or prints?

  • Karl, I have yet to scan a neg on my new scanner but I had the film scanned to a digital cd when the film was processed. So, that’s what I mean when I say it was scanned. Many thanks.

    – Elana Bailey

  • John Brotheridge
    John Brotheridgeabout 6 years ago

    …must be the Australian Consulate then. :)

  • John, no….ours would be much easier to find and a lot more grand.

    – Elana Bailey

  • John Brotheridge
    John Brotheridgeabout 6 years ago

    You can’t fool me E, it is the poshest one on the street and there is a white arrow on the floor pointing at it. There’s even a yellow swimming cap on display…bars on the window and the bloke clearly needs asylum with a handbag like that! – must be the Australian High Commission – Venice Branch then.

  • John, you got me.

    – Elana Bailey

  • John Brotheridge
    John Brotheridgeabout 6 years ago

    Got me too kid…think I need an asylum. Did I say it was a nice shot at any time?

  • John, no you didn’t but better late than never lol. Hope you are having a good weekend. Cheers E.

    – Elana Bailey

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