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    Re: Who is shooting 20x24 film nowadays?

    Meanwhile, over on Keith Canham's Facebook there's a post from the beginning of Feb. 2021 that he's ordered 40 boxes of 20x24 Portra 400 (all pre-sold).

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    Re: Who is shooting 20x24 film nowadays?

    Hello ,


    from the beginning of Feb. 2021 that he's ordered 40 boxes of 20x24 Portra 400 (all pre-sold).


    How many photographs for these 40 boxes ?

    Best regards

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    Re: Who is shooting 20x24 film nowadays?

    Quote Originally Posted by doublezero View Post
    Hello ,


    from the beginning of Feb. 2021 that he's ordered 40 boxes of 20x24 Portra 400 (all pre-sold).


    How many photographs for these 40 boxes ?

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    10 sheets, so not a huge number.

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    Re: Who is shooting 20x24 film nowadays?

    Hmmm. Given the undoubted effort and cost of shooting 20x24, one would hope for a higher percentage of successful photographs than when using smaller formats.
    I admire anyone willing to tackle ULF, and to be sure big contact prints are beautiful things. But i'm going to stay with 4x5... 38 years into it and it's still a challenge.

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    Re: Who is shooting 20x24 film nowadays?

    Quote Originally Posted by MAubrey View Post
    10 sheets, so not a huge number.
    Still, that's a lot of boxes, and for the effort and cost involved how many photographers. Would love to know.

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    Re: Who is shooting 20x24 film nowadays?

    Maybe one
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    Re: Who is shooting 20x24 film nowadays?

    Yes, was thinking the same. 20x24 studio portraits? Alternative to 20x24 Polaroids.

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    Re: Who is shooting 20x24 film nowadays?

    Now Illford has released their ULF order for this year. I am so tempted to break the piggy bank and go for the 20x24. But man on man what a huge investment. Upwards of $20,000 to get into the game. Has anyone done this?

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    Re: Who is shooting 20x24 film nowadays?

    There is a member here, maybe more

    I prefer they self identify
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    Re: Who is shooting 20x24 film nowadays?

    I have a 14x17 camera from Richard Ritter that I got last year and loving it. I have to confess that it has me thinking about a 20x24. God help me.

    Another resource for you would be the Facebook group 'Ultra Large Format Photography'. Some nice people there from around the world

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