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    Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    Quote Originally Posted by D. Mesa View Post
    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?
    Interesting guy, added to post #1.

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    There's mine ... but it is 90% in Italian

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco Annaratone View Post
    There's mine ... but it is 90% in Italian
    Mille Grazie.

    Added to the list in post #1. Good to see a channel (mostly) in Italian. The channel title and location will keep 'em guessing

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    Quote Originally Posted by r.e. View Post
    Mille Grazie.

    Added to the list in post #1. Good to see a channel (mostly) in Italian. The channel title and location will keep 'em guessing
    Ciao Marco,

    Found a video with English subtitles.

    I would think that this is the most thorough description of the Phillips Compact II 8x10 and its features on video, perhaps in any medium. Sounds like you're the original owner. Interesting what you say about asking Phillips to drill two 3/8" receivers. I'm thinking about having the same done with the base for my Arca-Swiss monorail.

    I got a kick out of you pronouncing each of the two Ls in Phillips as a spelling aid. It being the norm in Italian to pronounce double consonants separately, but not in English and uncommon in French, I suspect that the idea would only occur to an Italian speaker

    I also downloaded two of the spreadsheets from your October 23, 2020 video, and the accompanying .PDF.

    Grazie


    Last edited by r.e.; 6-Sep-2021 at 15:36.

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    Thank you all!

    I *am* the original owner of the Phillips Compact II and in fact I still have the original box it came in, plus all sorts of spare parts. At the time I was living in San Francisco, near Grace Cathedral ... and don't you out there even think for a minute that this is a commercial, for the Phillips will be buried with me :-)

    I emphasized the double "L" because - and I may be wrong - I thought that 99.9999% of Europeans watching the video would assume - given the Dutch multinational that happens to be everywhere in our daily lives - that here is no such thing as something pronounced "Philips" that has in fact two Ls.

    And, yes, someone in Berlin, Germany, who makes a YouTube channel on large format photography in (mostly) Italian may border insanity :-)

    Cheers

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    Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    Last night, I made some changes to the Camera Makers and Photographic Materials sections of the list, and added the following Photographer channels:

    Analogue Photography Talk (Cheng Qwee Low) Singapore
    Have Film, Will Travel (Bryan Garris)
    Markus Hofstätter Austria
    Russell Jackson United Kingdom, England
    Giulio Speranza Italy
    Melvin HJ Tan Singapore

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    Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    r.e., thanks for the lists. I've found a few among them of interest.
    Philip Ulanowsky

    Sine scientia ars nihil est. (Without science/knowledge, art is nothing.)
    https://www.flickr.com/photos/156933346@N07/

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    Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    That woman...Lena? 11x14 Enlarger?

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    Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    Quote Originally Posted by John Layton View Post
    That woman...Lena? 11x14 Enlarger?
    Lina Bessonova. Thanks, added.

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    Re: Large Format Channels on YouTube

    Came across Gibellini large format cameras, now added to the list.

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