I claimed mine. B&W and color were the same shot, more or less. I posted a pulled-back view of my subject in the color post.
Nice job, folks. Now everybody go to the Gallery, scroll down to the forums, and click on Traveling Camera Project. That be us.
Thank you Sile and Tim! Feeling almost weepy with love for these traveling projects.
I claimed mine and hope others will find theirs. Would like to know more about all these little corners of the world.
ps - Tim, I'd love the jpg's of mine when you have a chance. Thanks!
thankyou to all for their work etc
I know that a few of us here also shoot large format. What's the chance of getting together a group of 4x5 users to pass around a rollfilm holder? I've got a Calumet C2N (6x7) collecting dust. Just a thought... anyone interested?
I'm definitely interested!
Ya know, we have 21 months into this project. 21 months of sacrificed pagan chickens and tofuburgers. 21 months of combined energy pushing this camera around the world.
Let's finish it. I want to see at a minimum, every one claim their photo and give a brief description of what made you take this photo. I would like dialog either here in this thread, or in the gallery under the photos of what you see in others work. A discussion of what you like and why, or what you (gasp) don't like or understand. The project is pushing a camera around the world, from one hand to another. But... the project is about what we share as artists, using the ultimate in primitive photo materials to show the breath of our vision, like in "The Deer Hunter"... One shot, that's all you get.
Please label your photos, describe the image you took and why, and browse all the other photos in the collection and relate. Or don't relate.
That's the spirit of "We All Shoot One Camera"
tim in san jose
i´m also interrested in the largeformat project