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    Re: Making a small object look larger or opposite of minatures

    Thanks all for the advice. I was able to pick up View Camera Technique by Leslie Strobel at the College Library. I had some success with this assignment but I agree with others as to learning the camera and the movements prior to doing this... This was our first assignment and when I probed the teacher she could not answer any of my questions. She is a recent MFA Grad and does not have the experience required to teach this class but none of the more experienced professors were available. The only time she ever used a 4x5 was when she was in the same class i am attending. BTW I truly enjoy using this camera. I normally shoot Medium format 6x7 but this is a new world

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    Re: Making a small object look larger or opposite of minatures

    BigDaddyG:

    Welcome to the LF community here. The talent pool here is deep and wide, so come back if you have another question, but read and research the topic first.

    Post a few images here and let us knowwhat youj are doing in LF.
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    Re: Making a small object look larger or opposite of minatures

    Somebody should warn you not to forget "the bellows factor" if you're going in close.
    Pete.

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