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Discussion in 'Ultra Large Format Cameras and Accessories' started by Whiteymorange, Aug 26, 2013.
That was great!
Wow! And if I heard it correctly, $500 per exposure for the biggest one!
Eleventeen billion pixels at least!!
I suppose this is a new definition for "motor drive".
Watching this video makes me want to get out and take photos again. Very inspirational
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Well, I admit - this has more details than 35mm CMS 20 from my Leica .
if you live in the states ... and you watch TV
and don't skip ALL the commercials .....
currently there is a scion advertisement running
and it shows ian r, his assistants, his camera and a giant 30x40 plate
he made ( was making ) in what looks to be LA in one of the spillways
with an overpass/bridge .... i saw it the other night even as we fast forwarded
the ad, and stopped it and said: that's the guy from the vimeo video !
if you go to his website, and the galleriest who handles his work's site
you can see the photograph from the ad ...
I've seen this video many times and it's one of my favorites on YouTube to watch. I'd love the chance to see his work in person one day.
First time I've seen this but very impressive. The 20x24's William H. Jackson made seem like minitures in comparison.
It looks an awful lot like a segment of "Breaking Bad": tatoos, truck out in the boonies, respirator, and all. But this definitely beats the TV series.
An other part of the story ...
What kind of lens does he have?
Heard about an 1800mm Apo Nikkor http://www.largeformatphotography.info/forum/showthread.php?88966-1800mm-APO-Nikkor or something similar.
Amazing story, a lot of inspiration there.
Ian Ruhter - Yosemite [video=vimeo;92688138]http://vimeo.com/92688138[/video]
Ian Ruhter - Death do us part [video=vimeo;59976249]http://vimeo.com/59976249[/video]