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    35 foot camera...6 foot high negatives. WOW

    http://abclocal.go.com/wls/story?sec...hie&id=8543975

    sorry about the little commercial at the start, there. But what a story...it would be a real experience to see these images in person. Bravo to this guy.
    "Never criticize someone until you've walked a mile in their shoes. That way, you're a mile away and you've got their shoes."

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    Whoa a local guy!!!! I need to pay a visit!!
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    Now that's Large Format!

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    I wonder if the camera can be hand held?

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    Wonder where he gets the film? Also wonder how it's processed. All very interesting, but not very practical for most of us.
    Bruce

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    More, maybe better, coverage and backstory here:

    http://blog.popflys.com/2012/01/29/35ft-camera/

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    With respect, that link didn't add very much and the guy's a foul mouthed jerk, to boot.

    This is an incredible amount of work and dedication, but you'd never know it by the blogger's flippant attitude. Forgive me if I missed an "inside joke" here but...jeez. "Just going to be huge prints of Americans"...I'm Canadian and I think that's disrespectful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Corneau View Post
    With respect, that link didn't add very much and the guy's a foul mouthed jerk, to boot.

    This is an incredible amount of work and dedication, but you'd never know it by the blogger's flippant attitude. Forgive me if I missed an "inside joke" here but...jeez. "Just going to be huge prints of Americans"...I'm Canadian and I think that's disrespectful.
    The blogger's a rude little oik, true, but it's the video downpage where the "American Portrait Project" is explained in depth. Try that and ignore the text, OK?

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    Kickstarter: Vanishing Cultures, by Dennis Manarchy

    Here's the reward levels which include prints:
    Gold Reward: 18" x 24" Giclee Fine-Art Print
    Platinum: 30"x40” Giclee Fine-Art Print
    Diamond: 4-foot by 5-foot "Autumn's Eye" (Left and Right) Giclee Fine-Art Print
    Big Camera: Giclee Museum Quality Fine Art Print of "Christina In Distress"
    Super Big Camera: 16-foot print from the big camera on weatherproof canvas
    Super-Sized Negative: 6-foot by 4.5-foot Project Negative
    (emphasis added)

    At no time does he mention that he's ever going to produce a real print enlargement from the project.

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