Large Format Portrait + Join Group
11th June, 2008
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There's just something special about a large format portrait, whether 4x5 or 8x10 or even larger... There's a tone and a depth that goes beyond what the smaller formats can achieve.
Post your best work, the pool is moderated.
Portraits of people only!
Hi there, I've recently acquired a DeVere 8x10 which I really want to use to ...
Jempeas3 months ago4 replies
Theodoros Chliapas27 months ago0 replies
Hi, I thought I saw a few years ago an Epson scanner that had a transparency ...
Adolfo Barandiaran30 months ago3 replies
Hello all, I am looking for a lens to do portraits on my 4X5...
crowGraphy30 months ago4 replies
i was shooting indoors with one tungsten light. i used a F/22 so i got a slow s...
albertyoon39 months ago18 replies
I am nearly ready to give up, but here goes nothing...anyone happen to have a To...
Victor Keller41 months ago4 replies
Hi there, I have a very clean Crown Graphic I bought before realizing I actua...
Paul McEvoy44 months ago0 replies
I am looking into doing some polaroid transfer using 5x4 polaroid film. I have d...
Miss Day ©51 months ago2 replies
Would someone describe why bellows draw is important for large format portraits?...
gothambill52 months ago3 replies
I need a second person to help moderate this group - I had 60+ photos pending ha...
mikefiction54 months ago2 replies
I just bought a Watson Burke & James 5x7 camera and the bellows are shot...I mad...
Memory Mark Photography56 months ago1 replies
Miami, FL no longer processes 4x5" color film. The last place to process 4x5" qu...
Adolfo Barandiaran60 months ago0 replies
Hi Is there anyone supplying Type 55 in South Africa. I live in Durban, So...
myllo62 months ago1 replies