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Who says view cameras are slow?

Who says view cameras are slow?

After finishing a dusk shot, the client reminded me about this detail they’d like to get of the filigree pattern on the office fronts.  Of course it would be nice if there was a pretty view behind the glass, too.  I ran from the last shot to this one, plopped down my view camera, pulled a composition together, threw a couple inkies on the chairs, threw the client in the shot and just barely got this off before the sky faded to black.

Every once in a while all the planets align…..


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