Medium format photography the old way, is it advisable?

Started Feb 24, 2014 | Questions thread
The Incredible Hoke
The Incredible Hoke Contributing Member • Posts: 894
Re: Fine art photography
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TheChefs wrote:

You guys might want to twist your argument and panties in whatever ways you want.

If you can't stay on topic of the original question, start sending messages to each other and spare as the drivel.

The original questions is about MF cameras. Now kids, it's time to go home and maybe take few more photos? I'm pretty sure that the major troll's camera here is still wrapped in box and has 0 shutter actuations. As I have not seen a single photo of his.

Agreed. Just developed a roll of 120 Fuji Acros 100 film shot from tonight and it's hanging to dry right now. Also shot some digital while I was out. There's a new art installation in Madison Square Park and it's pretty cool!

And the advantage of digital? I can share it right away.

Ivan Navarro's "This Land is Your Land" in Madison Square Park, NYC Constructed of neon, glass, and mirrors inside of miniature water towers.

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