Tag Archives: Medium format

Toby Earth II by tobyharriman

Toby Earth II – Pentax 645z

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Toby Earth II by tobyharriman

Toby Earth II – Pentax 645z

Be sure to check out new aerial reel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pvciu7CvxuA

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Fireworks by geraldd

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Blue and orange by geraldd

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Lombard Street Aerial by tobyharriman

Some new aerial im working on. Definitely in love with this loaner 51mp Pentax 645z medium format from Ricoh Imaging.

Lombard Street is “known” as one of the most crookedest street in the world, behind the underrated Vermont street which is also in San Francisco. Vermont street is steeper but has fewer turns. Then again, it’s not this beautiful looking from above!!

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Homage by Johnstonandjohnston

I composed this photograph using a Mamiya C3 Professional Twin Lens Reflex Camera, a 135mm Blue Dot Lens, & super steady hands while holding my breath and attempting to stop my heart from beating—while waiting for the jet to slide slowly into the frame.
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I captured the light for 1/250 of a second on Kodak Ektar 100, medium format color film; then developed, scanned, digitized and uploaded. All so you could view it for 2 seconds and completely forget about the image within the next 3.5 minutes, statistically speaking.

The process of film photography is very unforgiving, painstakingly slow, and each shot must be purposeful, deliberate.

I hope you enjoy the image, understand the process and appreciate the relatively sluggish process as much as I do.

I made this for you.

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