Blue-toned analogue cyanotypes from northern Europe on display at Dokfoto

Luca Berti's photo exhibition is about the relationship between man and nature in the Nordic and Baltic region, depicted through one of the oldest analogue photography techniques – cyanotype.

Berti, an Italian photographer living in Denmark, travels around the Nordic-Baltic countries on a bicycle, takes pictures with a large-format camera and uses analogue techniques for developing his work.

The Juhan Kuus Dokfoto Keskus has Berti's new blue-tone work on display. Kristel Laur, one of the curators, said that the blue in the exhibition is characteristic of our latitude, the northern way of living and being "that has a kind of blue tone to it." The analogue technique's reliance on direct sunlight is also something that we share, she said.

The exhibition is open until the end of November and features slow-technique photographs from Estonia, Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark.


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Editor: Kristina Kersa

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