RE: wide-angle lens for 4x5

From: Shannon Stoney ^lt;[email protected]>
Date: 10/18/05-10:05:45 AM Z
Message-id: <a06210205bf7acd8f122d@[10.0.187.3]>

>If you will need a fair amount of camera movements then aquiring a bag
>bellows along with the 90mm lens would make a lot of sense. As for
>camera movements issue: I strongly recommend the book "Using The View
>Camera" by Steve Simmons.

I looked at my camera and I'm not sure how you
would put a bag bellows on a camera that already
has an accordion pleat bellows. The bellows on
my camera seems glued on.

--shannon

>Regards,
>Loris.
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Dave Rose [mailto:cactuscowboy@bresnan.net]
>Sent: 18 Ekim 2005 Salž 16:58
>To: alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca
>Subject: Re: wide-angle lens for 4x5
>
>
>90mm would be a good length to use. Make sure your bellows will
>compress enough to allow infinity focus.
>
>Dave in Wyoming
>
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Shannon Stoney" <sstoney@pdq.net>
>To: <pure-silver@freelists.org>
>Cc: <alt-photo-process-l@sask.usask.ca>
>Sent: Tuesday, October 18, 2005 7:37 AM
>Subject: wide-angle lens for 4x5
>
>
>> Hi, I am supposed to do some architectural photography in the coming
>> month, and I am thinking about borrowing or buying a wider format lens
>
>> than the one I'm accustomed to shooting with. Right now I have a
>> 150mm lens. What would be a good length to look for? I will be
>> shooting in a prison near Houston called The Walls.
>>
>> Also, I think I might have to learn to do the perspective correction
>> thing. Any suggestions about web sites or books to look at?
>>
>> thanks,
>>
>> --shannon
>>
Received on Tue Oct 18 10:29:21 2005

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