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This slide show talks about analog photography and, more specifically medium format photography.

This slide show talks about analog photography and, more specifically medium format photography.

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  • 1. Medium Format Photography
    • Introduction
    Over the last 10 years we’ve been going through a true digital revolution. Film got replaced by SD cards and darkrooms by computers. The main reason being the accessibility of digital photography.
  • 2. Rolls of film sold
  • 3. Medium Format.
    • Used by professionals because easier to enlarge than 35mm (bigger sensor) and easier to develop than large format.
    • Uses 120 or 220 film.
    • Pictures are usually square.
    • Generally more expensive than 35mm photography.
    • Most common from 1960s until digital age.
  • 4. Common MF cameras. Hasselblad Bronica Mamiya Models 500,200 series ETRSi,sq-a(i)/b RB67, pro TL Price range Higher Medium Lower Still serviced? Yes No Yes
  • 5. Medium Format: Gallery.
  • 6. Lomography.
    • Inexpensive alternative to MF photography.
    • Plastic, toy cameras
    • Because they are so cheap they have flaws and therefore often random end results.
    • For example: Holga, Diana.
  • 7. Lomography: Gallery.
  • 8. Analog vs digital camera sales. 2000 2005
  • 9. Film scanning. -One technology that has made it a lot easier for analog photographers to get their photos printed is film scanning. Here's an example of a popular film scanner: - By scanning the negatives analog photographers save both money and time because they do not have to go to the lab anymore to get photos printed.
  • 10. References.
      • http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/8/80/Bronica_SQ_M3358.jpg
      •   http://redhotjezebel.typepad.com/a_variety_of_fine_pickles/images/2007/09/09/hasselblad.jpg
      • http://www.tlucretius.net/Photo/kodak_portra_160NC120_l.jpg
      • http://lomography.deviantart.com/gallery/
      • www.flickr.com
      • www.apug.com
      • www.apug.com
      • http://www.nytimes.com/2007/10/09/business/09film.html?ref=business http://www.wave-report.com/2005_Wave_Issues/wave0515.htm

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