An Incredibly Organic Process – Toronto 2012

In August 2012, ten people met in Toronto to celebrate one of the most magic ways of making photographs: with a 4×5 (and an 8×10) camera, using film. They spent three days to learn and explore every facet of the large format, from portraiture to landscape and architecture, from tilt and swing to rise and fall, from push to pull and from beginner to expert. This is the full version of the video.

If you liked this video, you might also enjoy “120”, a short film

tfttf565 – Talking Big Cameras

Chris and Sean Galbraith talk big cameras, long lenses and high resolutions.

Also Chris spent a day at the TWiT studios in Petaluma, CA to record a photo day with Leo Laporte and other guests. The video of the entire Photo Day is linked below.

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Photo Day LIVE on August 18 2pm Pacific

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Chris at TWiTIt’s another Photo Day and Chris has made his way up to the TWiT Brick House in Petaluma to talk photography with Leo Laporte and guests!

The theme for this Photo Day is Photography outside the mainstream.

Among many other topics, Chris will hang out in studio to talk with Leo and guests to talk about the origins of Tilt/Shift, taking pictures from kites, digging up 1850s photo technology to create true works of arts and – of course – he’ll answer your questions!

Guests include Leo Laporte (Chief TWiT), Cris Benton (Kite Aerial Photography), Paul Sergeant (Tintype Studio) and Susan and Neil Silverman (travel photographers extraordinaire).


Tune in Saturday August 18, 2pm Pacific / 5pm Eastern / 23:00 Central European time!

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Ask audience questions via Twitter (hashtag #photoday2012) or at http://tfttf.com/photodayquestion