Medium Format Photography


video by Ted Forbes


video by Karl Taylor

Medium Format photography generally applies to film and digital cameras that record photos on sensors (of film) larger than 24 by 36 but also smaller than 4 by 5 inches.

A 'full-frame' camera is one with a sensor of 24 by 36mm or with 35 mm film. A 4 by 5 or larger generally refers to large format photography.

Photographers use medium format for a variety of reasons but mainly due to the uncompromising image quality and the massive dynamic range.

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