Behind the Scenes of the Large Format Photography Process

Here in Lomography, we're all used to the 35mm film and sometimes the 120 and TLRs -- but the large format is something we analogue lovers as well are quite estranged.

In large format, we consume huge sheets of negative photo paper, and a camera that pretty much is bulky enough to reminisce old photography gears. To be able to use a large format camera is to have an environment available. It is quite intimidating, actually.

Let's all get familiar with large film format photography and how it works with film photography vlogger Negative Feedback and George Muncey as they take a more casual approach in getting to know the medium. Fortunately, it's not so hard as it looks, if you don't mind a bulky load.

Preview image was taken from the video.

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