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Discussion in 'Film Photography' started by phigmov, Mar 23, 2015.
Beast of a camera - Ilford 125 film -
A friend of mine has one and just enjoys!
I would love to have one, but the size and having to compensate the exposure for the bellows was a deal breaker for me. Those negatives, though....
That shot was just resting on a railing and I used the ExposureMat diy card - http://expomat.tripod.com/ - I didn't compensate for the bellows (but B&W is pretty forgiving).
Velvia 50 (& Sekonic light meter) - the slides look amazing -
More Velvia 50
Velvia 100 and an accidental double-exposure
Another double-exposure on Ilford 125
Gotta love the RB! Those giant negs just beg for enlargement. Shot on HP5+, processed in Sprint 1:9 @ 20C for 10 min.
The only thing better'n an RB is 4x5.
Agreed, unless someone has an 8 X 10!
My first try with the RB67, which I shot last year, the film is Ilford FP4 and scanned with the Epson 600, I am sure the Optic scanner for 120 would do a much better job at scanning MF. I really do love the RB67 and wish I could shoot with it more, I love the viewfinder and bellows focus, just so lovely! This shot was taken fairly close about 2 feet or so. If you are wondering what it is, it's a wool winder .
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