Larger than ULF? ....

Discussion in 'Ultra Large Format Cameras and Accessories' started by gandolfi, Mar 2, 2008.

  1. gandolfi

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    indeed - I could use it as a sleeping space!:D
     
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    That's RLF - for Ridiculously Large Format! :D
     
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    ...better to build a camera obscura perhaps...
     
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    No film holders in sight.
     
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    he has a vacuum frasme for sale too as Gandolfi writes.
     
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    I'd be tempted to buy it for the mahogany alone.
     
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    So... what are the film choices for this baby?
     
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    I think I'd probably just use a 4x5 reducing back...
     
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    No tripod needed. Forklift maybe but no tripod.
     
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    :D:D:D
     
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    Check out the work of the Chinese photographer Shi Guo Rui.

    www.chinesecontemporary.com/shi_guorui_cv.htm

    He makes negative pinhole images inside a very large truck. Shi has done a lot of work in the US and exhibits all over the world. The size of his work is really huge.

    Sandy King
     
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    Damn! My biggest roll of film is only 48" wide.