I feel you are correct about the ULF camera statement. Many photographers always end up shooting images with ULF cameras that are from the standing average height human level. I think that what makes a photograph interesting is how the photographer is viewing the subject matter. If that is from the exact same standpoint that everyone else views it from, I think that makes it less interesting. It's not really the camera that makes the images static, but the photographer who cannot handle that size of camera to really move it around and try something new with it. I was shooting 11x14 for awhile, and although I felt that I made some good images, they were not exciting me as much as the images done with the 8x10.
Originally Posted by Early Riser
When looking at your work, I do notice some influence from Kenna, but thats okay. Nothing wrong with that. You are consistant with your image making and I get a sense of your style in your work. There is still tons of unique images to be made in Yosemite that could not be compared to Adams, so just because Kenna did work in China, does not mean you have to do the same thing. The hardest thing for you, will not to be looking for such subject matter that you may have seen in Kenna's images.