First picture with the new camera

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  1. pwnstar max

    pwnstar max TPF Noob!

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    Well about a week or two ago, i bought a mamiya RB67. it is a very heavy duty camera. anyways, i took a roll of film and this was my favorite, so i decided to print it first. will print more soon. but C&C is welcome. also, i have a ****ty scanner so please excuse the quality. because this picture really does not show the phonomenal detail in the picture. :wink:

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    I see no photo. :(
     
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    sorry bout that, forgot to upload the picture before i posted the thread
     
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    Patrice No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    I've wanted one for ages, for no particular reason other than to play with a top end studio workhorse. If you ever win the lottery you could get a digital back for the monster. But then again a b/w film image has a quality all it's own. Enjoy.
     
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    bump, would like some feedback on this picture. its an axle with the locking hub taken off if you were wondering
     
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    I used to have the RB67 and loved it - even though it weighed a ton. The back I had was 120/220 - I could use 220 film that was twice as many exposures.

    This look looks a little overexposed and overcontrasty to me. I say this because the highlights seem blown and there isn't the wonderful tonal scale you can get with 220 film. The oof may be due to your scanner.
     

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