Scott Holcomb

Scott Holcomb

Posted on 08/01/2013

Photo taken on July 27, 2013


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Giant Camera Obscura
Cliff House
San Francisco
Seikosha-MX Rokkor 75mm f/3.2 & 3.5
Minolta Autocord LMX Chiyoko TLR
Kodak T-MAX 100
Black & White
120 Film
Medium Format
6 X 6
Epson Perfection V600
Photoshop Digitalization

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Giant Camera Obscura

Giant Camera Obscura
The Camera Obscura overlooking Seal Rocks in San Francisco is listed on the United States National Register of Historic Places.

This photo was taken by a Minolta Autocord LMX Chiyoko TLR medium format film camera and Seikosha-MX Rokkor 75mm f/3.2 & 3.5 lenses using Kodak T-MAX 100 film, the negative scanned by an Epson Perfection V600 and digitally rendered with Photoshop.

Thomas Listl, Boris De Swan, Hans Blumer, Missi have particularly liked this photo

8 comments - The latest ones
Tom Angelo
Tom Angelo
Where is the giant darkroom ??
5 years ago.
Scott Holcomb has replied to Tom Angelo
In the dungeon carved deep into the rock under the "camera", of course!
5 years ago.
A picturesque place indeed.
5 years ago.
Scott Holcomb has replied to Tacheles
Yes, indeed why I took a picture!
5 years ago.
Cesar Vega-lassalle
Cesar Vega-lassalle
Nicely framed...that's a true large format camera!!
5 years ago.
Scott Holcomb has replied to Cesar Vega-lassalle
This camera requires a giant smile, as well.
5 years ago.
Eduardo Romero
Eduardo Romero
Oh, and I thought my Pentax 6x7 was the biggest!
5 years ago.
Scott Holcomb has replied to Eduardo Romero
Move over Asahi! There's a new big boy on the block!
5 years ago.