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    14 X 36" Camera

    https://petapixel.com/tag/darrensamuelson/

    https://www.pinterest.com/pin/331296116320873417/

    I think this is now old enough to need another look

    Particularly ULF fantasizers like me

    I saw his antics when he was fresh news

    I also thought, why?

    as the window of light is closing on giant film cameras

    i might

    anybody know of others?

    Yes wet plate has been there

    and Dry plate

    both will be possible for a while...
    2022

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    Re: 14 X 36" Camera

    Anybody know what was the biggest sliding box camera?

    Maybe 'falling plate'?

    flailing
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    Re: 14 X 36" Camera

    I was quite inspired by him then and of course still amazed by what he built and shot.

    His website is gone and never heard from him for a while.

    The other one is Chris McCaw. Equally inspiring. I hv yet to build that trolley cart camera lol


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    Re: 14 X 36" Camera

    Lindsay Ross has been using a Chamonix 24x32 wet plate camera for a few years now.

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    Re: 14 X 36" Camera

    Good points all

    I could also make internegs to use 14X36" X-Ray from 4X10" or roll film pano

    as I have done that

    The Big Show of ULF in the Wild is an attraction for me and 'my public'
    2022

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