Baby Buggy + Large Format = Goodness in Darkroom Discussions
In this video, I share my initial impressions of using a baby buggy in the field with my large format photography. Enjoy the video and be sure to comment below.
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Keywords: Ilford, analog photography, black and white, darkroom, film, fine art, kodak, landscape, large format, photography, slide film
Hi Graham, I propped up my iPhone on a rock and did the video with it... I have been very impressed with the video and even sound capabilities of the iPhone 6 and even better with the 7 and 7+ now. The vast majority of all my videos are with the iPhone except when I need infrared in the Darkroom I use a Canon Video HD camera for that. Hope that helps...
Cool Stroller. What a smart way to travel.
I use a stroller, they pull a whole bunch easier than they push.
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