This weekend I decided to take a hike up to Mt Nemo in Burlington Ontario. I specifically wanted to check out the birch trees as a future location to shoot some 4×5 photographs once that camera is all set up. The light wasn’t the best (mid day) and I used a too big an aperture setting and got a shallow depth of field. Next time I want to go at golden hour and use set the aperture to something like f16 or even f22 on the Mamiya RZ67. I think the light will look great on the birch trees at that time. I also want to try and get the exposure better on the birch trees which were a little blown out in the photographs. I used the Mamiya RZ67 medium format camera and had Kodak Portra 160 film loaded.
“The eye should learn to listen before it looks.” Robert Frank