Mamiya RZ67 Pro II Portrait

Medium Format Film Photography

Shot with my Mamiya RZ67 Pro II + Mamiya Sekor 180mm f4.5 lens

Taken in the sping but still catching up with scanning film negatives. Kodak Portra 800@400 pulled in devloping by the lab and scanning with Epson v600 then finished with PS Elements 6.

I love the Kodak Portra colour tones and the painterly feel of the OOF fence on the left of the photo. The Leica M9 is a fantastic camera but it can’t do this. I’m almost glad in a way as it means medium format film lives on and I will continue to use it.

Model Gina was freezing cold although in the photo the weather looks quite nice! Instructions for the shoot were – “Gina bring something warm”.Β  Gina brought two summer dresses! πŸ™‚

Ambient light only shot with the sun setting. We stopped the car and jumped out to get this image as the light was perfect.

MatthewOsbornePhotography.co.uk – Film Photography

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About matthewosbornephotography

Coventry, UK studio based Model and Wedding Photographer offering both Medium Format Film and Digital Images. 1-2-1 Photography and Lighting Tuition also available.
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6 Responses to Mamiya RZ67 Pro II Portrait

  1. Lignum Draco says:

    The colours are wonderful.

  2. Pingback: a la mode | France on Film

  3. Lovely colours and model. I just bought this lens on eBay, I can’t wait to try it out

  4. Thanks Emmanuel! Have fun with your new purchase! πŸ™‚ It is a nice lens and offers great value for money

  5. Returning to medium format after 35 years, just bought Rz 67 w 180mm, thinking B&W, but when I see theseabsolutelymindblowingcolours…..STUNNING work!

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