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During my first trip to Istanbul, Turkey, I took this photo while riding the ferry coming from Kadikoy (Asian side of Istanbul). The Bosphorus is one of the busiest bodies of water but the ferry ride is quite calm and relaxing. Flocks of seagulls follow your ferry boat and the view of Topkapi Palace, minarets of the Blue Mosque, and Hagia Sophia are simply breathtaking.

My collection of vintage cameras inspired me to try new techniques in my "digital" darkroom.

Using a background image taken through the viewfinder of my vintage KODAK BROWNIE REFLEX - 127 camera TLR camera, I blended my digital print to achieve this lovely TTV-inspired photograph one sees here.

This 8x8 photograph is printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive photographic paper with a matte-lustre finish for wonderful quality that will last for years to come.

Your signed print will be packed and shipped with utmost care in a padded and water-resistant mailer via USPS (with Tracking and Delivery Confirmation Service).

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Istanbul, On the Bosphorus, Turkey, Constantinople, East meets West, Unmatted 8x8 TTV-inspired Fine Art Print

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  • Materials: sony cybershot dsct7, round trip ticket to istanbul turkey, archival matting materials
  • Ships worldwide from Washington, United States
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