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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote In this video I take an impromptu day trip to Joshua Tree National Park in the Mojave Desert and Colorado Desert of Southern California to photograph these amazing Yuccas on Ilford black and white film. Film formats used are 6×7 and 6×17. Cameras used are Mamiya RZ67 and Shen-Hao HZX-45IIa. Be sure to check out my blog post for this video (http://www.nickcarverphotography.com/blog/new-landscape-photography-storm-in-joshua-tree-national-park/) to see the photos featured in this video at much higher resolution. Please visit my website for more videos, tips, how-to’s, online photography courses, and more! And follow me on Facebook and Twitter! Website: http://www.nickcarverphotography.com Blog: http://www.nickcarverphotography.com/blog/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nickcarver Twitter: https://twitter.com/nickcarver If you like my teaching style, please check out my online photography courses at: http://www.nickcarverphotography.com/teaching/online_courses/ Video Rating: / 5

20 Comments

  • mikechen121 1 year ago

    Hi Nick, great work and dedication!

    Got a question for your RZ: some say the pro II is the preferred model because the added focus fine tune knob will allow more precise focus, since depth of field tend to be razor thin. Do you find it challenging to nail focus on your Pro I model?

    Thanks in advance. Trying to get an RZ myself but can't decide on which.

  • Emeric's Timelapse 1 year ago

    I live in LA as well and go to Joshua Tree to do Milky Way Timelapses! This place is awesome! Just found your channel and I love it!! Keep up the good work!

  • andrewford80 1 year ago

    Man, your RZ seems to sit much nicer than mine when you carry it on the shoulder strap. I should try turning my lugs around!

  • Matteo da silva 1 year ago

    this place with the fog is amazing for B&W ^^

  • Matteo da silva 1 year ago

    one vidéo of u one subscribe ;)

  • justinspirational 1 year ago

    Great video and channel-subscribed! Which lens/es did/do you use for landscapes with the RZ67? Thank you

  • Abdulrahman Hadid 1 year ago

    amazing stuff

  • Ricky Umar 1 year ago

    can you tell me what filter do you use ?
    and why did you use holder filter instead of using filter diameter 77mm ?
    seriously your pictures remind me of adam ansel's work !

  • Mikel Hansel 1 year ago

    great Pictures do you made **

  • Janie Ackley 1 year ago

    Wow! the closing shot, was that with a filter? love the sky. bought a sb 67 a month ago. going to take a trip to the desert soon.

  • Zhorell Ski 1 year ago

    U2's photographer might have a word with you!? lol..

  • Ken Holt 1 year ago

    How do you work out your exposure on a fully manual medium format camera. I am thinking of buying the RB67 but I am unsure before I buy. Thanks for the first on location I have seen anyone do with this type of camera

  • Christopher DeAntonio 1 year ago

    Headed out to Joshua Tree next weekend and got some great ideas for composition thanks to your video. Thanks for sharing!

  • Eliot Drake 1 year ago

    Very nice work on the triptych! I started shooting triptychs with my phone when my Linhof 617s was damaged. Each approach has its place and time. I have watched a number of your videos and enjoy your presentation.

  • Johannes Weber 1 year ago

    what brand are the filters you used on the mamiya?

  • Nick Summers 1 year ago

    inspiring stuff! subscribed ! i'm now off to watch you make a fine art print :)

  • The Kingfish 1 year ago

    How did you meter these? I'd love to jump into medium format, but i don't really know how to meter externally, unless the rb or rz67 have a built in light meter.

  • Rachael Keating 1 year ago

    Beautiful pictures

  • Isaac J. Dean 1 year ago

    Incredible photos. Super inspiring!

  • The Mattisons 1 year ago

    This guy's good an' all but he never hits the really good spots up in Nor Cal.

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