Re: ULF photography

From: Dennis Moser ^lt;>
Date: 01/20/05-04:47:27 AM Z
Message-id: <>


Is this a result of a no-hockey winter? Do we have a penalty box? Will
the children please nicely share their crayons? Can someone PULLEEEEZE
kill this thread once and for all?

Dennis Moser
Who didn't know he was interested in ULF photography 30 years ago when
he was researching 20x24 Polaroid photography...

Ryuji Suzuki wrote:
> From: Judy Seigel <>
> Subject: Re: ULF photography
> Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2005 01:09:01 -0500 (EST)
>>Actually I didn't REALLY want to know. I just thought the question
>>worth asking. I'd never heard the term; it seemed both obscure and
>>curious. Asking would, I thought, add to the sum total of knowledge
>>on the list. And so it has.
> Well, actually, I looked up my folder to see who used the term and
> acronym together for the first time on this list. It turned out to be
> you, as far as records in my folder is concerned. You've not only
> heard but used that term and acronym, and you already added that piece
> of knowledge to the community. Do you happen to have a copy of your
> posting:
> Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2004 14:09:05 -0400 (EDT)
> From: Judy Seigel <>
> Subject: Re: Seeking 8x10 scanner advice
> In-reply-to: <>
> To:
> Message-id: <>
> It's in response to Jack Fulton's post. It goes like this:
> | I hesitate to join this discussion because clearly it's in the
> | hands of heavyweights-- not to mention the ULF (ultra large format
> | to us wimps) crowd ... But from the point of view of one still
> | struggling with the no-longer-so new digital camera, I can't
> | forbear mentioning that I cannot imagine going back to analog even
> | if they gave me state of the art film and processing free ! (Really !).
> "No reason to get excited," the thief, he kindly spoke,
> "There are many here among us who feel that life is but a joke.
> But you and I, we've been through that, and this is not our fate,
> So let us not talk falsely now, the hour is getting late."
> --
> Ryuji Suzuki
> "People seldom do what they believe in. They do what is convenient,
> then repent." (Bob Dylan, Brownsville Girl, 1986)

"That so few now dare to be eccentric, marks the chief
danger of the time"
--John Stuart Mill (1806-73)
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