Pictures from Phoenix and sometimes from the surrounding cities that make up the "Valley of the Sun"
I have been think of getting a head cover like that so that I can see my camera's digital screen in the day light.
Gorgeous cameras. I came upon a professional photographer while in New Mexico a few years ago and watched in awe.
Now that is a big camera. I would love to see the results. Maybe one of them will start a blog.
Except that old Ansel used to lug his gear up mountains and since he started off with glass plates rather than film he sometimes only had enough for half a dozen shots in a day. Digital for me!
A blast from the past!
I think it might be fun to use a camera like this, but they're expensive and I think involve a large learning curve. I like Andy's comment.And I liked your comment on Ocala. I'm sure you are correct. Those darn blankets appear everywhere!
I love watching and snapping other photographers at work Sharon, that's a very serious looking camera he has there, wonder if he's a professional?
How interesting to watch.
View cameras make awesome pictures with such an excellent resolution.Photography courses at the DBG are pretty interesting, I do remember very well the van dike photography course as well as the view camera one too. I always promised myself to continue but...John is right on what he says.You should try Sharon.
Haaa, these are cameras, even I've used them a few times in the past.
I have always considered this camera a magician's magic box. I can hardly wait to get to this miraculous garden. And I look forward to meeting you also! Peace, Mary Helen Fernandez Stewart
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