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    Tiny Format Fiction

    For LF members that enjoy doing some small digital format.
    Here is a couple of vues shots with computer assitance.
    Hope you enjoy.
    Pics done during a short journey in Thailand.
    Any questions, please do !
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    Re: Tiny Format Fiction

    Day laborers, rice paddies at Ubud, Bali
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    Re: Tiny Format Fiction

    Have been to places where a multi thousand dollar digital camera was just fine but as soon as I went to get the $125.00 Calumet 4x5 I got "NO professional photos allowed" and had to leave.
    Those who don't know reality make for interesting times.

    Nothing wrong with small film/digital formats. At times the 8x10 just won't work no matter how much you want it to. The same as you don't get 8x10 quality from tiny negatives.
    I tend to procrastinate on stuff. One of these days I'll do something about it.

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    Re: Tiny Format Fiction

    Quote Originally Posted by Willie View Post
    Have been to places where a multi thousand dollar digital camera was just fine but as soon as I went to get the $125.00 Calumet 4x5 I got "NO professional photos allowed" and had to leave.
    Those who don't know reality make for interesting times.

    Nothing wrong with small film/digital formats. At times the 8x10 just won't work no matter how much you want it to. The same as you don't get 8x10 quality from tiny negatives.
    The camera discrimination among public workers and some institutions is nothing short of amazing. I feel anyone who earns a living off tax dollars and interfaces with the public should have mandatory camera training.

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    Re: Tiny Format Fiction

    Day laborers, rice paddies at Ubud, Bali
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    Re: Tiny Format Fiction

    Quote Originally Posted by Willie View Post
    Have been to places where a multi thousand dollar digital camera was just fine but as soon as I went to get the $125.00 Calumet 4x5 I got "NO professional photos allowed" and had to leave.
    Those who don't know reality make for interesting times.

    Nothing wrong with small film/digital formats. At times the 8x10 just won't work no matter how much you want it to. The same as you don't get 8x10 quality from tiny negatives.
    New looking LF cameras with bellows and a cloth have a caption bubble with a $ sign above... ;-)

    Steve K

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    Re: Tiny Format Fiction

    Quote Originally Posted by tuco View Post
    The camera discrimination among public workers and some institutions is nothing short of amazing. I feel anyone who earns a living off tax dollars and interfaces with the public should have mandatory camera training.
    Could the purpose be more explicit, please ?
    Another try, B&W
    HK, visiting friends.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Miguel Coquis View Post
    Could the purpose be more explicit, please ?
    Another try, B&W
    HK, visiting friends.
    I hold up a big, bulky camera and take a picture of some train parts from a public street and I'm descended upon by people working for the public telling me I can't. I take a picture of a docked Ferry with a camera that looks bigger than a phone camera and I'm descended upon once again asking for photo ID, name and purpose. In each of these situations, no doubt, each public employee wouldn't have bothered if it was a phone or tiny point and shoot camera I was holding. Somehow, the size of the camera, not the IQ, puts these clueless people into authority mode and they forget whom they work for.

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    Re: Tiny Format Fiction

    I haven't done digital fiction in quiet a while, so here's some oldies, more photoshop than photographs:






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    Re: Tiny Format Fiction

    Quote Originally Posted by tuco View Post
    I hold up a big, bulky camera and take a picture of some train parts from a public street and I'm descended upon by people working for the public telling me I can't...
    This happens to you in Seattle?

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