1. The Art of Seeing - Documentary

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    from Ken Keen Added 1,291 10 2

    Ken Keen FRPS is a photographer specialising in images of churches and cathedrals made with a large format camera and printed in historical (or alternative) process: cyanotype-Rex and salt print. He is a Fellow of the Royal Photographic Society and Disabled Photographers Society. To see more of Ken's work, visit his website kenkeenandlightfromthedarkness.com

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    • Hasselblad CFV-50c Digital Back on an Alpa 12 STC Demonstrating Live View

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      from Linhof Studio Added 36 0 0

      Short video of the CFV-50c Digital Back on an Alpa 12 STC showing live view.

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      • Invierno

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        from Manuel Gianoni Added 16 0 0

        Ficha Técnica Creador: Manuel Gianoni Lugar:Puerto de Punta del Este, Uruguay Equipo:Hibridación Análogico-Digital Cambo SC 4"x5" Large Format Camera Canon Eos 5d mark iii (como respaldo) Rodenstock 210 f:5.6 Picturestyle: Cinestyle. Post: Premiere Pro, Magic Bullet Colorista II

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        • How to make photo with large format camera

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          from Peter Sit Added 41 0 0

          slow TV // without subtitles 2014

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          • Photo Club 2013

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            from West Cork Arts Centre Added 60 0 0

            A creative photo documentation of an art project which took place in the West Cork Arts Centre in 2013. The project was based on three stages: the experience of photosensitivity, b/w large format photography, digital photo-experiments and combining all previous experiences into one.

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            • Lapses in Time

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              from Yogensha Productions Added 653 3 0

              Is change always for the better? By advancing forward what are we leaving behind? A photographer employing a dated photography process in the midst of modernisation and a heritage city struggling to come to terms with change. Their worlds meet in Lapses in Time.

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              • Rathen Optics Test

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                from Matthew Huber Added 257 2 0

                Sinar Large format camera Stopmotion focus pull. PhaseOne 22MP Medium format digital back. Rathen f1.7 100mm lens.

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                • Daniel Gordon Gets Physical | "New York Close Up" | Art21

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                  from ART21 Added 15.4K 146 4

                  What if the Internet had a body? In his DUMBO studio, artist Daniel Gordon photographs paper collages constructed from found images downloaded from the Web. "I like to think about what I'm doing as an optimistic version of appropriation," says Gordon, who wonders if he can transport digital images into real life by giving them a physical form. The artist’s paper tableaus, rich in vibrant colors and vivid patterns, are transformed in the process of making a picture with large format cameras. "It's a fiction and a truth at the same time," says Gordon, whose early "Flying Pictures" series (2001–2004) created whimsical illusions of the artist in mid-flight. The film reveals the behind-the-scenes process of two of Gordon's recent works—a silhouette of Ruby Sky Stiler (the artist’s wife) and the still life "Blue Watermelon and Shell" (2013)—from photographing in the studio to the final printing process with Anthony Accardi at Green Rhino in Williamsburg. Also featuring the works "Toe Transplant" (2006), "Blue Face" (2010), "July 15, 2009" (2009), "Portrait in Orange and Blue" (2010), "Crescent Eyed Portrait" (2012), "Portrait in Yellow Orange and Blue" (2012), "Tropical Still Life" (2012), "Portrait with Blue Hair" (2013), "Still Life with Lobster" (2012), and "Still Life with Fish and Forsythia" (2013). Daniel Gordon (b. 1980, Boston, MA; raised in San Francisco, California, USA) lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. Learn more about the artist at: http://www.art21.org/newyorkcloseup/artists/daniel-gordon/ CREDITS | "New York Close Up" Created & Produced by: Wesley Miller & Nick Ravich. Producer & Editor: Rafael Salazar & Ava Wiland. Cinematography: Rafael Salazar & Ava Wiland. Sound: Wesley Miller & Ava Wiland. Associate Producer: Ian Forster. Design & Graphics: Open. Artwork: Daniel Gordon. Music: 4 Elements Music, Thor Jonsson, David D. Mann & Darko Saric. Thanks: Anthony Accardi, Green Rhino, Ruby Sky Stiler, Henry Terepka & Wallspace. An Art21 Workshop Production. © Art21, Inc. 2013. All rights reserved. "New York Close Up" is supported, in part, by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council; The Lambent Foundation; Toby Devan Lewis; the Dedalus Foundation, Inc., The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and by individual contributors.

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                  • Roads I have Ridden

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                    from ABC Open Illawarra Added 222 0 0

                    Photographer John Lascelles has ridden thousands of kilometres on his road and mountain bikes, in search of great landscapes to which he can return and photograph. John uses a large format 4"x5" camera, and takes stunning black and white shots. John is looking for the intersection of nature, and man made elements such as roads and fence lines. In this short audio slideshow, John talks about his practice and shares some of his images taken around the Southern Highlands of NSW.

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                    • Patient Process

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                      from Paul Kutasi Added 3,166 47 9

                      John Bladen Bentley is a Toronto-based photographer who uses an antique 8x10 Deardorff large format camera to capture beauty in the most unlikely places. He develops his photos on print using a colour carbon transfer process which give his photos a richness in colour and permanency. It's a time-consuming process that requires five days to make one print. This was part of commission by The Revue Film Society and Revue Cinema in Toronto highlighting two photographers for a show called 'Persistence of Vision' that is part of the Contact Photography Festival. Director: Philippe Bergeron Producer: Paul Kutasi Director of Photography: Nick Nelson Editor: Angelina Friskney Music and Sound Design - Remy Perrin Special thanks to: Ellen Moorhouse, Norah Wakula, Andy Willick, Daniel Demois, Brad Fox, Revue Film Society, Revue Cinema Thanks to the generous support by Phila Optical & Digital Cinema Print courtesy of Union Pictures Produced by Concrete-Rise Films and Fifth Line Films

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