I'm only shooting 8x10 landscape myself but I was wondering if there are any shooters in Canada shooting ULF?
What subjects do you shoot?
there was a guy in Prince Albert, Sask. selling a 16x20 (I think it was) Wisner on ebay a couple of months ago
You'd be amazed how small the demand is for pictures of trees... - Fred Astaire to Audrey Hepburn
I shoot 8x10 and 7x17. Mainly in the "urban landscape" genre with some natural landscape thrown in for good measures. All b&w contacts on AZO.... for now.... till my Azo supply is gone. Then ????? but I'm hoping Michael A Smith does come through with his new silver chloride paper.
Cheers from Ottawa.
I know a few 8x10 shooters here in Vancouver including myself. But i Once met a fellow named Matt Hoag who shoots 11x14 and 8x20. I did own a 11x14 camera for a while but could not afford to run it, so i sold it to my friend Pat, founder of Mamutphoto.com
There is a Professor down east who shots ULF, There was a guy in Coburg who shot 12x20 but he sold his Lotus to california and went digital, I got a 355 G Claron out of the deal. I tried to get a 20x24 Polaroid but the needed partner to promote the work left and went to California to work in the movies as a tech. Kind of tough to runa 20x24 studio alone. So I jsut work with 8x10. I am gettin my darkroom rebuilt thsi winter. It will be complete in about a month.
Alan King from Calgary uses ULF cameras - not sure of the size, but they're larger than 8x10.
Thaddeus Holownia; see
As Ken Miller mentioned, Dr Alan King shoots 8 x10 thru 12 x 20. Check out his web @ www.platinumvisions.com....
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