I told already as I exchanged my collection of Tex for a Russian zoom lens that I used to print myself my photos.
I bought it at Porta Portese market, in the zone next to the main road were Russian people used to sell their stuff. 50.000 lire, if I remember well.
At that time I had (I have it still) a Pentax MX bought nearby Regina Coeli (the very central penitentiary in Roma) and was quite intensively using it.
One example of output is in the heading for this blog-page.
I was not very good at it but enjoyed looking at the image composing itself progressively in the acid soup.
I took some photos during holidays and trips. In 1980 at Mirafiori, for the occupation of the FIAT
in 86 in Burkina Faso
and then in Cambodia in 92 and 93
Then I passed to smaller cameras and finally to digital ones, but at that point there was less enthusiasm and I thought it was also interesting to focus on what is actually happening rather than trying to capture it into a piece of paper.
Recently a friend gave me one tool to pass old negatives to a digital format, exploitable in the computer and it was nice to see again some faces, some places.
And now is mainly the telephone. But some photos are still surprising