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    Moved?

    I see my post today was moved. Where? Why? Did I post it in the wrong subforum? Confused. Thanks.

    Craig

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    Re: Moved?

    It possibly has to do with this forum’s definition of ‘large format’. They define by the negative size rather than the camera used or final print size.

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    Re: Moved?

    Yes, it's not within our core topic areas as defined by the Forum guidelines. But it's perfectly fine as a Lounge topic, and there is no problem at all if you'd like to pursue it there.

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    Re: Moved?

    OK. Thanks for the explanation. I see now that acceptable posts can involve "a digital back with a nominal sensor size of 4"x5" or larger to be LF, as well, regardless of technology." My post obviously did not fit that criterion. I offered it as an idea that some in your forum might find useful in using a LF camera. I certainly have. I understand now that it is not the kind of post that this forum is for.

    Craig

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    Re: Moved?

    We've had discussions on this topic - stitching captures from digital cameras mounted on LF cameras - in the Lounge before. See, for example:

    https://www.largeformatphotography.i...with-movements

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    Re: Moved?

    Thank you Oren Grad,

    Wow! That is quite a sophisticated set-up you linked. I'm not sure I even understand it fully other than it is capturing view camera/lens images with a digital sensor. Very impressive. You obviously have very talented and creative forum members.

    Craig

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