The 2012 North American tour recap continues, from one cost to the other, after San Francisco came Toronto, Canada.
Toronto fun fun fun this year – two weekends, two workshops. And the fact the Monika flew over from Germany and joined me for the next three weeks, made it even greater! <3
Let’s start with the first weekend: BIG cameras, large format 4×5.
No wait, let’s start with beer 🙂 I met with a bunch of Torontonians (and non-Torontonians) the evening before the workshop. I even tried poutine for the first time. It’s almost like Pommes mit Soße, a staple of German cuisine, heheh.
Toronto photographer Sean Galbraith is back to discuss 300 millimeter wide angle lenses, cameras that have 40 times the resolution of a 35mm negative, an opportunity for you to try out 4×5 large format photography and what makes the Toronto Urban Photography workshop tick.
This episode has been recorded together with the participants of the Toronto Urban Photography workshop. Hear them discuss how much you can trust the display on your camera, how much you can trust the histogram, what to look for at exposure around brickworks and how to compensate for it.
And say hi to Napoleon, the new Tips from the Top Floor show mascot!
Chris gives a quick update on the Marquardt International Pinhole, Adrian has a question about the music on the show, Justin got caught in the circle of confusion and what to watch out for if you want to use a lens on your camera that has not been made for it.