I like it a lot. I used a 6x12 back with a Cambo Wide 650 for a few years but wanted to return to an Ebony RSW for lens flexibility and to lighten the load. With many more 120 films available over 4x5 film these days and liking a pano frame, shooting a 6x12 back works well for me.Cool building! How do you like shooting a 6x12 back on a 4x5? I thought this could be a decent way to shoot panoramic with 120 film. Obviously movements were helpful in achieving this shot.
The use of rise in the Apalachicola Ice Co. shot was necessary as my back was up against a wall, and the area was busy with cars and people. No need for tilt as I focused on the painted name signage @ f/16. With my camera levels balanced, the crookedness of the old building and street was so evident on the grid of the ground glass I knew: 'just take it' and hope for the best. Thank you for your comment.