Alternative Photography: Working with a View Camera

2016-08-10

To photograph in film is one old thing, to photograph with a view camera is another level of vintage, and the effort is worth it. If you’re thinking of upgrading your analogue skills to large format photography, start off with the view camera — a camera obscura introduced in the late 19th century.

Compared to the 35 mm and medium format cameras, a view camera has a more improved quality of image and size, better for enlargement and re-scaling purposes.

Learn more of this vintage medium through this introductory video.


Preview image was taken from the video.

written by lomographymagazine on 2016-08-10 #tutorials #videos #photography #film-photography #alternative-photography #large-format-photography #view-camera

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