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This is a big-ass DIY camera to shoot on 14x36'' negatives
posted May 23 2011 20:48.26 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Meet Darren Samuelson, a very creative photographer that believes that the size of a photo is never enough. What he wanted was a camera to shoot on huge negatives, and so he made one himself, which named Darren's Great Big Camera. The camera is taller than 6 feet fully extended, and shoots on 14x36 inch x-ray film negatives!



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Tags: creative   crazy photo/video   crazy designs   omg   artistic   
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