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    Large Format Channels on YouTube

    There doesn't appear to be a list of large format channels. The ones below are entirely or significantly about large format. I've omitted channels with only a few LF videos. Also, the list only includes channels that have been active in roughly the last year. What channels are missing?

    Many thanks to @Dan6077 for doing the coding to make the channel names into links to the channels. As everyone knows, links can fail over time. If someone has a problem with one, please send me a personal message.


    Camera Makers
    Chamonix View Cameras (Hugo Zhang)
    Chroma Cameras (Steve Lloyd)
    Gibellini Camera (Alessandro Gibellini)
    David Hancock (5119 Pinhole Cameras)
    The Homemade Camera Podcast (Nick Lyle, Graham Young, Ethan Moses)
    Intrepid Camera Co.
    Linhof Cameras Made in Munich
    Drew Nikonowicz (Standard Cameras)
    StenopeiKa Large Format Cameras (Samuele Piccoli)


    Photographic Materials

    Ilford Photo
    Lost Light Art (Nejc Urankar, Zebra Dry Plates and Holders)


    Organisations

    Aperture Foundation New York


    Photographers

    Australia
    Peter Guo Photography
    Matt Weddis

    Austria
    Markus Hofstätter

    Canada
    Bob Carnie
    Todd Korol

    France
    Antoine Dombois

    Germany
    Fotografia in Grande e Ultra Grande Formato (Marco Annaratone)

    Italy
    Lina Bessonova
    Giulio Speranza

    Japan
    備前中納言

    Singapore
    Analogue Photography Talk (Cheng Qwee Low)
    Melvin HJ Tan

    Slovenia
    Lost Light Art (Nejc Urankar)
    Borut Peterlin Photography

    Spain
    Nicos Photography Show (Nico Llasera)

    United Kingdom, England
    Will Gudgeon
    Martin Henson
    Russell Jackson
    Negative Feedback (George Muncey)
    Steve O’Nions
    Christopher Pohl
    Craig Prentis

    United States
    Bryan Birks
    Alan Brock Images
    Nick Carver
    Chris Darnell
    Matt Day
    Marco Fantin
    Jim Fitzgerald
    Have Film, Will Travel (Bryan Garris)
    Andres Hernandez
    Ben Horne
    Tim Layton
    Paul Lender
    Mat Marrash
    Robbie Maynard Creates
    Drew Nikonowicz
    Riding the Edge Photography (David Patton)
    Tony Santo Photography
    Craig Sheaks
    Steve Sherman's Power of Process
    Imran Shrimp
    Scott Walton
    Hugo Zhang
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    Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

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    Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    Quote Originally Posted by gphoto120 View Post
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    Thanks, added. Surprised that I missed him in searches for channels that I wasn't already familiar with.

    I'd like to continue to make additions to the first post in the thread. If there's a point where edits can no longer be made, I'll ask the moderators whether there's a way to address that.

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    Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    Just go to YouTube and type in the name.

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    Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    Quote Originally Posted by Michael R View Post
    Just go to YouTube and type in the name.
    Yes, and adding a keyword such as camera or photography will eliminate channels from others with the same name.

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    Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    In his latest video, Nejc Urankar, the Slovenian photography student behind Lost Light Art, talks about a fellow named Jason Lane. Both Urankar and Lane make and sell dry plates and dry plate holders. Lane doesn't have a channel, but my search for him led to The Homemade Camera Podcast. It's now been added to the list in post #1.
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    Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    Jason Lane can be found on LFF.


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    Quote Originally Posted by r.e. View Post
    In his latest video, Nejc, the Slovenian photography student behind Lost Light Art, talks about a fellow named Jason Lane. Both Nejc and Lane make and sell dry plates and dry plate holders. Lane doesn't have a channel, but my search for him led to The Homemade Camera Podcast. It's now been added to the list in post #1.

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    Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    Quote Originally Posted by Bernice Loui View Post
    Jason Lane can be found on LFF.
    Nejc's discussion about the dry plate package he received from Jason Lane runs from 07:25 to 12:22 of the following video, published four days ago. By the way, if anyone is wondering how one pronounces Nejc, it's apparently like the English name Nate with an "s" added, = Nates:


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    Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    Quote Originally Posted by Bernice Loui View Post
    Jason Lane can be found on LFF.


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    Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    Borut Peterlin has some awesome videos of shooting and processing ULF in the field, among other things, on his channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/BorutPeterlinPhotography

    I especially like that he often doesn't bother with narration in his field videos; I much enjoy the meditative feeling in these videos and vastly prefer retaining that feeling to overlaying some interminable voiceover. Obviously not great as an instruction tool, but how many people are shooting and processing ULF wet-plates on-site anyways?

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