As I walked around with my Toyo View VX-125 film camera, I chatted with people about photography. Most had no idea about large-format film photography, but this guy actually said he had a Cambo 4×5 at one time. I told him “so did I, before this Toyo.” I was really glad I got rid of […]
Another image from my trip in 1998 to southern Utah’s Monument Valley, again shot on my Cambo 4×5 view camera on Kodak E100 film. I was practicing with tilting my front lens standard to flip my plane of focus forward using the Scheimpflug effect.
This is another color 4×5 image I took while in Monument Valley in 1998. I was still fairly new to 4×5 photography and was just learning to tilt my front standard to flip the plane of focus so I could keep the rocks in the foreground in focus while still keeping the rock formation in […]
Another color image from 1998 and Monument Valley, UT. I was pretty proud of this image at the time, but over time I am less impressed. It was very windy that day and I was unable to stop down enough to keep both the tree and the rock formation in the background in focus, and […]
After digging through my image archives I decided to change things up a bit with my 4x5x365 project and add some old 4×5 images I shot years ago. This image was taken around 1998 in Monument Valley, UT. I had went there with my photographer friend Lloyd Brower and spent a week taking photos in […]