VJ12 – Video Clips

February 28, 2013 ·

Michael Reichmann

This Page Contains Links to a Few SelectedPreview Video Clips From 
The Current Issue ofThe Luminous Landscape Video Journal.

These low-resolution video clips are in QuickTime format
and play best on computers with a high speed Internet connection.

Please note that Qucktime V5 or higher is now needed.

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Issue #12 contains more than 3 hours of broadcast quality programming.

I am absolutely blown away by the production quality! I am not sure what I expected, but the reality far exceeded my expectations.
I have found the individual segments generally very helpful, particularly the product reviews and instructional pieces, and I have viewed several of them multiple times.

A Contemporary Daguereotype

A visit with Mike Robinson. Inside a modern Daguerotypist’s studio and lab


The Chittagong Ship Breaking Yards

One hour at one of the world’s most remote and inaccessible photographic locations.


Workflow – Part One

A complete workflow, from digital capture through to printing.
Part II will appear in Video Journal 13.

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The Rockies

A shoot in 7 National Parks in 7 days

Phase One Interview

An interview with the North American VP Sales and Marketing for Phase One
about medium format digital and its future.

Is it a Gaper Shot?

What makes the difference between an Image, a Postcard, and a Gaper shot?


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Video Clips from previous issues are also available… 

Issue #1   Issue #2   Issue #3

Issue #4  Issue #5   Issue #6

Issue #7   Issue #8   Issue #9

Issue #10   Issue #11


Video Clip F.A.Q.

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Michael Reichmann is the founder of the Luminous Landscape. Michael passed away in May 2016. Since its inception in 1999 LuLa has become the world's largest site devoted to the art, craft, and technology of photography. Each month more than one million people from every country on the globe visit LuLa.

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