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    Photographs Shot Using Your 11x14 Camera

    Recent survey has shown that 11x14 camera is the most used ULF camera. Could you please post your photographs shot with your 11x14 camera with essential information such as camera, film, lens and developer, etc? I will post mine when I have. Thank you for sharing!

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    Re: Photographs Shot Using Your 11x14 Camera

    The 'big' problem with posting anything bigger than 8X10 is the scanner.

    I like that problem

    Yesterday I tried to copy an 11X14 with cell phone on 16X48" wall mounted light panel which has horizontal fluorescent tubes. Looks great when viewed by my eyes...

    Here is the iPhone 'scan' with vertical ripples...compare it with post #13 here.

    Crap! by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickr
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    Re: Photographs Shot Using Your 11x14 Camera

    I don't have a larger flat scanner and I have to use an Epson 4990 to do quadrant scanning and stitch them together.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    The 'big' problem with posting anything bigger than 8X10 is the scanner.

    I like that problem

    Yesterday I tried to copy an 11X14 with cell phone on 16X48" wall mounted light panel which has horizontal fluorescent tubes. Looks great when viewed by my eyes...

    Here is the iPhone 'scan' with vertical ripples...compare it with post #13 here.

    Crap! by TIN CAN COLLEGE, on Flickr

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    Re: Photographs Shot Using Your 11x14 Camera

    Not doing that

    ULF is about traditional printing in my opinion

    Many here scan 4X5 for digital output

    Not doing that either

    Good idea/concept but too hard to get the images

    Good luck!
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    Provia 100F, Rochester Optical Company King 11x14, Nikkor M 450mm

    taken with a Canon Powershot of slide film on light box

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    Re: Photographs Shot Using Your 11x14 Camera

    I found a darkroom here with a very reasonable renting fee and plan to contact print my 11x14 negatives. You have to scan or photograph your negatives and prints if you would like to share.

    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    Not doing that

    ULF is about traditional printing in my opinion

    Many here scan 4X5 for digital output

    Not doing that either

    Good idea/concept but too hard to get the images

    Good luck!

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    Re: Photographs Shot Using Your 11x14 Camera

    Wow, beautiful! 11x14 Provia.

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Roberts View Post


    Provia 100F, Rochester Optical Company King 11x14

    taken with a Canon Powershot of slide film on light box

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    Re: Photographs Shot Using Your 11x14 Camera

    Thanks David. This was one of a handful of times I arrived at a place I wanted to photograph and the light was terrible but I waited and was fortunate the sun found a gap between the clouds and the horizon just before sunset. Lasted about two minutes, max. Magic.

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    Re: Photographs Shot Using Your 11x14 Camera

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael Roberts View Post
    Provia 100F, Rochester Optical Company King 11x14, Nikkor M 450mm

    taken with a Canon Powershot of slide film on light box
    Wow, I'd love to see a drum scan of that image! Can you still get 11" x 14" Provia 100F?

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    Re: Photographs Shot Using Your 11x14 Camera

    Thanks! I've got the drum scan...and the mural-sized print.

    As far as I know, Provia is not available in 11x14 except as a special order.

    However, I believe Keith Canham takes orders for Portra color neg film in ULF sizes, including 11x14.

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