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Photographer Builds Own Large-Format Camera

It seems that the bigger the camera you have, the more serious of a  photographer you are. That’s why every budding photographer lusts over an SLR. One guy’s taking things to the next level by building his own large-format camera. Darren Samuelson, a San Francisco-based photographer, built a great big camera....Continue Reading on Walyou
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