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Fun with Medium Format FILM Images!

pfigen

Member
Are you using the optical viewfinder on top of the camera or the optional ground glass on the back to frame? These images, nice as they are, feel like the camera is pointed down slightly from where you probably wanted your composition to be. Feels like a parallax issue to me.
 

gcap

Active member
Are you using the optical viewfinder on top of the camera or the optional ground glass on the back to frame? These images, nice as they are, feel like the camera is pointed down slightly from where you probably wanted your composition to be. Feels like a parallax issue to me.
Yes, I use the viewfinders provided with the lenses but I don't think there is an issue. In the first one I wanted more of the sea and less of the sky but I didn't want to chop the top of the ships. In the third one I may have managed to cut off the boat on the upper right but is probably my mistake rather a parallax issue.
 

dave.gt

Well-known member
Yes, I use the viewfinders provided with the lenses but I don't think there is an issue. In the first one I wanted more of the sea and less of the sky but I didn't want to chop the top of the ships. In the third one I may have managed to cut off the boat on the upper right but is probably my mistake rather a parallax issue.
I like them! :thumbs:

Post some more as I am enjoying your work as always.:)
 

Shashin

Well-known member


The old Tsukiji fish market in Tokyo. The market is now in a new modern location a mile or so away.
 
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gcap

Active member
Fuji GX617, 90mm, Kodak Portra:


Acropolis. Fuji G617, Fuji 400H:


Mamiya 7II, 43mm, Fuji 160NS:
 
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