silly video featuring ...me...
well - it had to happen..
I have an evil twin - and he has a weakness for bringing video equipment when he visits...
So here's a video of me fumbeling with my biggest beast - (so heavy) - revieling my lack of knowlegde in doing this...
It is shot during a summer course - all the other people are "students" - mostly only wotking dogitally....
So they were quite impressed..
Fun it was! Can't wait to next summer...
How many languages are spoken in that video?
That is a heck of a camera!
Always fun hearing Danish people do math with their "fems" "fjers" og "halv-tress'es" =)
What kind of camera is that? Large format but.....what kind of large format was that, the negative carrier looked really large.
mostly danish (ther's a norwegian and a girl from Lithuania present too, but I don't think we hear them...) the text is unimportant..
Originally Posted by Tom Kershaw
I think it is a German field camera - 40x50cm - really heavy.
Originally Posted by Helinophoto
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Looking great Emil. Is it a Reisekamera?
it is... as long as I don't travel too far, I think..
Originally Posted by Soeren
Big fun to watch, despite the somewhat psychedelic video editing and fast forwards.
I never realized the big size you printed many of your pictures on now visible on the walls... On the other hand, with such a camera, it is more than logical having equal sized contact prints on the wall. Could have known...
Thanks for sharing!
I linked the video in the APUG Video section.
"The nineteenth century began by believing that what was reasonable was true, and it wound up by believing that what it saw a photograph of, was true.
" - William M. Ivins Jr.
"I don't know, maybe we should disinvent color, and we could just shoot Black & White.
" - David Burnett in 1978
"Analog is chemistry + physics, digital is physics + math, which ones did you like most?
oh - thanks - I didn't know we had one....
Originally Posted by Marco B
The bit I saw was excruciating - Next time do it with an old silent Bolex - I did not get as far the the 16x20" camera being opened