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    Re: Urbex in Large Format

    Decommissioned boilers (I)
    Cambo 470 wide w/ FP4+




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    Re: Urbex in Large Format

    Water tower and power station, abandoned textile factory (I)
    Cambo 470 superwide w. 4x5 Ilford FP4+


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    Re: Urbex in Large Format

    Quote Originally Posted by F64 View Post
    Decommissioned boilers (I)
    Cambo 470 wide w/ FP4+


    This one works best for me Giovanni, well done.

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    Re: Urbex in Large Format

    Quote Originally Posted by F64 View Post
    Decommissioned boilers (I)
    Cambo 470 wide w/ FP4+



    Very nice. Kinda eerie too. Reminds of a show I was watching on the History Channel about the men who built America. Morgan, Chase, Rockefeller...

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    Re: Urbex in Large Format



    The last show
    Cambo 470 wide w/ 4x5 Ilford FP4+ (crop)

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    Re: Urbex in Large Format

    You can get some pretty good urbex style images at Sloss Furnaces.
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    Re: Urbex in Large Format

    GM Sacco, excellent photo that makes me think of Cinema Paradiso.

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    Re: Urbex in Large Format

    Quote Originally Posted by F64 View Post
    Though I dislike the term "urbex", here we go

    Villa Romantica, Italy

    Cambo 470 Superwide w/ 4x5 Ilford FP4+

    I've never heard of "urbex" before. Is it some internet thing? I do love the pic though!!
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    Re: Urbex in Large Format

    Quote Originally Posted by F64 View Post
    Water tower and power station, abandoned textile factory (I)
    Cambo 470 superwide w. 4x5 Ilford FP4+

    That's pretty cool These cambos superwide are handheld cameras?
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    Re: Urbex in Large Format

    @ericantonio:
    1. urbex stands for urban exploration. You can find a good definition of it in a previous page in this thread;
    2. the Cambo Wides are simplified field cameras for 4x5 no longer in production: shift, no tilt, focusing helicoid. FL from 47 to 90 (possibly more, but it wouldn't make much sense). They can be used handheld as they have a grip and are reasonably small and light. However, especially for architecture, the 47mm (Cambo Wide 470, equivalent to a 15mm for the 135 format) is going to be quite tough to shoot handheld.
    http://www.artcontinent.com/cambo_wide_470.htm
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