Helsinki on Film

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Sami Lensu

I photographed this photo with an old film camera called Yashica on 120mm film. It´s a double exposure photo, all done in camera. No photoshop. The first shot was, the street you see behind the cyclist is from Punavuori and the second photo is the main street of Helsinki, Mannerheiminkatu.

I think it really shows how the city wakes up after a cold dark winter. Hustle and bustle are back on the streets.

Shot in spring 2015.

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Artist Sami Lensu
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Wooden Prints

Our wooden prints are printed on the highest quality Finnish Birch Plywood from sustainable sources. All wooden prints comes with built in hanging system.

Notice that color tones of the final print can differ from the pictures show at the website and the pattern of the wood varies between every print. Every print we produce is one of its kind due to the ever-changing patterns in the wood. Wood glows beautifully through, in the light areas of the picture.


Framed prints

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Sami (@samilensu) is a Finnish photographer whose endless curiosity takes him around the world chasing diverse cultural narratives and capturing natural transformations.

For Sami the ocean plays an endless source of energy and inspiration. Out in the open water is where he feels at peace, at home. This feeling is well captivated in his visuals; there is a large negative space around the objects, giving them a sense of tranquility.