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Ronald Wisner

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Background Information

Employment History

View Camera


Kanuga Conferences


Chief Executive Officer and Founder

Wisner Classic Manufacturing Co.


Guest Lecturer

Polaroid Corporation


Web References(21 Total References)


The Online Photographer: Websites and links

theonlinephotographer.typepad.com [cached]

The "pro" article was supposed to be written by Ron Wisner, of Wisner Classic Mfg.
Co., now out of business but at the time a bespoke maker of opulent Edwardian-style view cameras. Unfortunately, however, Ron never submitted his "pro" piece (I later learned this was typical behavior for him). Against my protests, the editor decided to run my "con" piece anyway, by itself, as a stand-alone article. So, without even meaning to, I authored a long, well-debated article about view cameras that was-yikes!-entirely one-sided, taking the negative position. (As I recall, Ron did write a short counterpoint, which might have been published as a Letter to the Editor? Since she doesn't read TOP, as far as I know, I'll also respond for my wife: she has a 4x5 Wisner that she occasionally uses to shoot black and white film.


theonlinephotographer.typepad.com

Fred Newman of Darkroom Innovations (now called The View Camera Store) had commissioned Ron Wisner of Wisner Classic Manufacturing Co. to build him a 20x24-inch view camera, and Fred shared space in Ron's booth at Photo East, where his huge view camera was put on display.


The Online Photographer: Obituaries

theonlinephotographer.typepad.com [cached]

Fred Newman of Darkroom Innovations (now called The View Camera Store) had commissioned Ron Wisner of Wisner Classic Manufacturing Co. to build him a 20x24-inch view camera, and Fred shared space in Ron's booth at Photo East, where his huge view camera was put on display.


The Online Photographer: Cameras, new

theonlinephotographer.typepad.com [cached]

The "pro" article was supposed to be written by Ron Wisner, of Wisner Classic Mfg.
Co., now out of business but at the time a bespoke maker of opulent Edwardian-style view cameras. Unfortunately, however, Ron never submitted his "pro" piece (I later learned this was typical behavior for him). Against my protests, the editor decided to run my "con" piece anyway, by itself, as a stand-alone article. So, without even meaning to, I authored a long, well-debated article about view cameras that was-yikes!-entirely one-sided, taking the negative position. (As I recall, Ron did write a short counterpoint, which might have been published as a Letter to the Editor? Since she doesn't read TOP, as far as I know, I'll also respond for my wife: she has a 4x5 Wisner that she occasionally uses to shoot black and white film.


corinnaraznikov.com

Photo by: Corinna RaznikovCorinna Raznikov's "Josephine with binoculars" will be on display in the Marion Arts Center starting April 25, alongside work from Ronald Wisner.
MARION - An exhibition of photographs by Ronald Wisner and Corinna Raznikov will be on display at the Marion Arts Center from April 25 through May 31. Both the Cecil Clark Davis Gallery and the Patsy Francis Gallery will be filled with photographs featuring Raznikov's portraits and Wisner's landscapes. Wisner is the former CEO and founder of the Wisner Company that manufactured and sold photographic devices worldwide for more than two decades through 2004. He has taught, lectured and published on the subject of photography and holds several photographic device patents. Wisner is primarily a landscape photographer and photographs internationally.


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