Italian artist Giacomo Brunelli creates extraordinary photographs of animals, both living and dead. Using a Miranda Sensomat camera from 1968 that once belonged to his father. His photographs are taken during daily morning walks when the light is best and his subjects are those he sees along the way.
Most of the shots have been taken in Umbria, Tuscany and Lazio in Central Italy. His black and white images are then hand-printed in a makeshift darkroom producing images that are dramatic, powerful and intriguing and offer a refreshing change in this age of digital technology.
Courtesy of the artist