Ok, a guy at the LF forum was asking which camera would be best to take pictures like this guy (field or view camera) and he provided this link. http://www.tataralexander.com/view_all_photos.asp?art_key=73&rec_no=1 Now, aside from the fact that these seem to be really big prints, I would like to know what is so special about them? My first thought was, why would anybody want to make pics like this? Take for instance the office building in Lausanne, the damm thing is crooked! I would have thought that if you are going to take the trouble to use color and an 8x10 camera, that this kind of mistake would be avoided at all costs. Look at the photograph titled "field, Portugal"..the horizon right smack the middle of the pic! what the heck is this?!?...can somebody please enlighten me!!