Images from the first shoot I’ve had with a medium format camera in a few years with the beautiful Polina at my place. A couple of good ones and a joy again to work in this format. I also shot with the Leica MP and a Nikon F5. My comfort zone is definitely the 35mm rangefinder.
With a bigger, heavier camera, I am just slower and my choices are much different. Practice, practice, practice.
Will be posting more from the shoot soon.
Who are all these morons spending all this money on medium format gear in film’s waning days?
Oh wait, that would be me.
Just picked up a Hasselblad 500CM Chrome, 80mm C T* Planar lens, and 120mm CF T* Carl Zeiss Makro Planar lens, all in great clean shape. Will be posting photos taken with this set up soon.
It is so very nice to lick the adhesive flap and tighten it in the final wrap around an exposed roll of 120 film again.
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