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A really BIG camera..

senu

Distinguished Member
This is worth a watch if you have several minutes to spare.

Don't think a Lowepro or a Crumpler is going to cut it for this guy...
He a guy on a mission
Im not sure what drives him though...:rolleyes:!
Hes totally lost me with his massive but essentially pin hole camera and (To be fair) rather impressive landscape sized pictures
Ive just became a whole lot more respectful of the engineers who designed "tiny" DSLR bodies capable of of landscape sized images:D
Still very interesting
Thanks for sharing
 
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denno75uk

Well-known Member
Cheers for posting that. Really interesting. I have quite an admiration for him. he obviously has real dedication.
And that camera. It's completely ridiculous, but he gets something quite unique. And it requires a bit more hands on input, if no more thought than using a regular bit of kit. And talk about shooting RAW!!!
Nice results too. I'd love to see the prints in the flesh. Very subtle and relaxing. I could see myself just staring at them peacefully for ages.
 

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