New Year's Challenge : LUSENET : Large format photography : One Thread

One of the great "hidden" resources of this site is the links to photographer's page. For the New Year, how about those having sites freshening them up a bit, new images, new ideas. THANKS.

-- David F. Stein (, December 24, 2001


Since some of you haven't known about it, here is a link to my site.
-- Paul Schilliger (, December 25, 2001.

I knew I shouln't mess up with HTML! Here is the content of the tread before it was cut off by wrong tags:

Since some of you haven't known about it, here is a link to my site. In case my attempt to write HTML does not succeed, type simply ! My special thanks here to my OZ friend Peter Brown who kindly and patiently went through the huge work of turning my terrible "frenglish" prose into readable and understandable english! There was not much he could do about my photographs though ;-). I hope you enjoy it. There was not much he could do about my photographs though, and the "color" for "colour" is my responsibility ;-). I hope you enjoy it.

-- Paul Schilliger (, December 25, 2001.

You are absolutely right, David. We need to get our photographs up on our web site. We are working on it. We have well over 3,000 pictures in a data base. Now all we have to do is complete the data base. Alas, there is little time to work on it. We'll let you know when photographs are posted. In the interim, we'll try to soon get a couple hundred pictures posted. Or at least a few.

Michael A. Smith

-- Michael A. Smith (, December 25, 2001.


My site has quite a few brand new picture series from the "Documentary Landscape" work I've been doing this fall.

See "Flags and Pumpkins" "Coal Country" and "Skinny Buildings"--all are invited to visit.


-- Carl Weese (, December 25, 2001.

You can view my images on look under james in the members list.

-- bigmac (, December 25, 2001.

I have a few lf images on my etcetara page at It's great to get to sample some of the forum's killer work. Happy holidays to all.

eck wheel

-- eck wheeler (, December 25, 2001.

here is my site, more images to come....

-- mark lindsey (, December 25, 2001.

My site is I have no posted it before as it is mostly 35mm and medium format. I have only recently pared down my equipment and own only a Silvestri T-30 for 6x9 & 6 x12. I use thuis for travel. I have recently bought a Ebony SV45U and love it. I will be posting a new version of my website sometime in January. Happy holidays.

-- Scott Hoerner (, December 25, 2001.

Perhaps a new category in the main page "older messages by category" could be created just for links to our sites ?

-- Michael Mahoney (, December 25, 2001.

Hi David

Great idea - I know I get inspiration from the work of others and seeing how other photographers interpret their vision.

I'm currently working on my own site (for the last six months -sigh!) and I will certainly post the link once it is ready. Trouble is I've been too busy helping Paul Schilliger with his "terrible "frenglish" prose" ;-)

Just kidding Paul, and thanks for the kind words.

I think Michael's idea to have a category with web site addresses in the threads/older messages section is a good one.

Right where's that book on HTML?

Kind regards Peter Brown

-- Peter L Brown (, December 26, 2001.

Oh yes, I might just add I do have some of my editorial/documentary images on : - look under photographers/Peter Brown

These were taken with that little format, aaahh what was it? Oh yes, 35mm! :-)

Hope some of you enjoy them.

Peter Brown

-- Peter L Brown (, December 26, 2001.

How about a better challenge. Buy at least ONE fine print from a photographer whose work you like during the coming year.

-- Dan Smith (, December 26, 2001.

I recently put 13 of my images on line at

There will be five more soon. I look at this site as an inexpensive alternative to having my own website. It requires a one time fee of $250 for up to 20 images. They get 25% of sales. I have only been on line for about a month. No sales so far, but a least I now have a place to refer people to that want to see some of my work.

-- Paul Mongillo (, December 26, 2001.

Eventually I'll put up my own site, but meanwhile, you are welcome to browse my gallery at:

Just click on the folder names to get to the thumbnails, then click on the thumbnails to get to larger versions.

Not too much large format work there, because I haven't had a particularly satisfying method of digitizing it, but I'll be posting more LF in the near future as my digital skills improve.

-- David Goldfarb (, December 26, 2001.

Hi Paul.. You have a great web site, and the images are stunning! Keep up the good work.

-- Nigel Turner (, December 26, 2001.

Just came across this thread, so I'll join the fun. My site is mostly medium format but has a smattering of 4x5 as's Please drop by, and don't forget to sign the guest book!

Best wishes for 2002, Danny

-- Danny Burk (, December 27, 2001.

I am currently learning dreamweaver to make my own site, but in the meantime, I have some of my work posted on My portfolio page on that site is at


-- Scott Jones (, December 27, 2001.

After a long delay some new photos have been added to my site. All are welcome, as are comments. Thanks.

Bob Hudak

-- Bob Hudak (, January 03, 2002.

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