erie, you may have hit on something there. ULF has the ability to alter distances. It makes 100 yards feel like a mile.
I still like the definition another website uses, that LF starts at 100 square centimeters. That includes 9x12cm, but excludes 6.5x9cm.
By stretching that definition a little, ULF starts at 600 square centimeters. 8x10" is 500 cm^2, so falls below that limit. 24x30cm (9.5x12") is 720 cm^2, and is above the limit.
ULF is just a buzzword, but it's nice to be a self-proclaimed member of such an exclusive - but open - club.
Most consider 7x17" already ULF, but that's only valid for the longest side, a 7" high negative is not very impressive but if you combine that with almost 2.5 times its width...!!!
I do agree that anything larger than 8x10" could be considered ULF, only because of the practicability in the field.
well, YOU made vertical images with it! :DQuote:
Originally Posted by scootermm
Scooter, can I make you yealous when I say that I'm going to Fontainebleau end of december? Not for bouldering but for making 7x17" images.
OK, call it gross and decadent :p
Definition of MARKETING:
Is like telling my vertebrae that when I am carrying around my 14x17 I am shooting "medium format" :D
Anyway, I like that. "Medium format" ... Yeah...