I have a question about large-format photography that I hope somebody on this forum can answer.
(The question may seem silly but it is coming from a 35 mm and digital photographer. I have never had a chance to use a large format camera.)
I have noticed repeatedly over the years that images taken with large-format cameras tend to have extremely vivid, saturated colour.
(and many others)
Is there something inherent to the larger format that results in such colour, that does not exist with smaller formats?
Or is this entirely the result of the great care with technique, and attention to detail, that large-format photographers must place on every single exposure before releasing the shutter?
Obviously that plays the primary role, what I am really wondering is whether the larger film size, in and of itself, contributes to the intensity and richness of the colour.
(I was going to add "all else being equal" then I realized that is not possible for all else to be equal, but I hope you understand my question.)