Josh’s World Photograph of the Week: Outer Banks Sunset

Driving along the narrow Outer Banks island I saw the sun begin to set. I knew how perfect the docks silhouette against the North Carolina sunsets, so I quickly waded into the water with my tripod and snapped off a bunch of variations of this images with my medium format film camera. If you’d love to see this photograph (or other of my photographs) on your wall, purchase a canvas or framed print here:

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    Jonathan says:

    Love the picture buddy. You never fail to amaze me. What is the advantage of using the medium format camera for this picture?

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      Thanks for your comment Jonathan! The medium format film camera has a much larger negative (or “positive” in terms of slide film), which offers much greater detail. It’s similar to getting a digital camera with more megapixels. Does that make sense? You can find digital medium format cameras now, but they’re very expensive. The best option for landscape photography is still large format film cameras (4×5, 5×7, or 8×10… cameras).

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