Tuesday, May 24, 2011


I may not be sufficiently dexterous to use this Mamiya tlr. I do ok with it on still or slow-moving subjects, but there often seems to be one too many things to adjust to get the shot I want.

I duotoned the chickens to get adequate contrast after missing the exposure by a stop. The bellows lets you get close, but you have to remember to adjust the view for parallax while also watching the exposure scale to compensate for the bellows extension.

1 comment:

Julio F said...

I've handled a Mamiya C330. It is not a camera for the hurried picture. You did very well with the chickens and the water drops.