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View Camera is now available as an Acrobat PDF. Interested parties should contact us to take advantage of this exciting new offering with special pricing!. This book has been out of print for several years. Its' author, and View Camera publisher Steve Simmons, is now working to make this available as an e-book on . BIG CAMERAS, BIG LENSES, BIG FILM PDF. Hand Out From The PDF Hand Out From The LARGE Sep/Oct issue of View Camera Magazine.


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As most of us may know, View Camera ceased publication as a paper magazine a little while ago. I think they also did a PDF version. camera. One of the first is simply be- ing able to see on the ground glass. To . presenter at the View Camera Magazine Conference in Louisville KY this. June. This is an article I wrote for Photo Techniques magazine on Fuji Acros film. Continue In my video on View Camera Basics, I mentioned a PDF on view camera.

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View Camera magazine. Thread starter David M Start date Jul 8, As most of us may know, View Camera ceased publication as a paper magazine a little while ago.

It inspired mixed opinions but as it seemed to be the only magazine on LF photography, it was to be cherished. It provided a great deal of useful information, some remarkable images and its passing was a regret. Today I tried to log on the the viewcamera. Ian-Barber Admin Staff member. Registered User.

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I think they also did a PDF version. Wonder if anyone has them in a set to share providing we are not breaking any copyright rules. I think we might have missed the boat here. There were downloadable articles on the website but Steve did say that it would close eventually. I know nothing about copyright, but if anyone has downloaded anything, perhaps we might share them privately rather than publish them on the web.

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We should certainly respect intellectual property. Simply appropriating Steve's written work would be as bad as stealing his images.

Last edited: Jul 9, If I remember correctly as a former subscriber the magazine was available in either paper or downloadable form - I went with paper, which I think was the only option at the time. This is true of the copies mailed to subscribers and for the Online copy as well.

View Camera will post these periodically. And Readers are invited to send a Tech Tip to amiles viewcamera. Our online version of the printed magazine, primarily intended for readers outside the U.

Please note: Everyone's subscription will expire at the same time December 31st and renewals will all take effect at the same time January 1st. You are provided with access to all six issues for the year in which you have subscribed.

We encourage you to download and save each issue on your computer, as all issues will be removed at the end of the year to make room for the new year's publications. This password will be valid for the entire year. These will allow you to enter the special section of the View Camera web site where this material is stored. You will see the current cover and a Table of Contents. The entries on the TOC will be linked to individual articles. Click on the link to see the article.

There will be a download key on the first page of each article. To download that article simply click on that key. This should be completed by March 5, We will post a note here when the conversion is complete. We do not have an account with Amazon, and if you subscribe through them it goes to a third party subscription service and will take weeks for us to get the information.

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This will delay your receiving your magazines. Beware of scams that all too frequently take place on some of the forums. Many times in the last few years a new company will come on, advertize a new product, or promote themselves as the discount supplier of film, paper, etc.

These have been small garage companies that ultimately end up taking people's money and disappearing, and the forum operators and moderators will refuse to take any responsibility for this, even if it has happened previously with the same people and. If their product looks good to you ask them if they have a legitimate third party dealer where you can buy their product.

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If they say no, then avoid them. Postal Address: View Camera Magazine P. Office hours: We have archived three Introductory Articles that we hope will help new enthusiasts get started in large format photography.

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