First roll from my 645.

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This is from the first roll of film I put through the Mamiya 645e. It's of an old grist mill. The lighting was really harsh, mid day. I made the shot on Fuji Pro 400H rated at ISO 200 to get more saturation. Scanned the negative on an Epson 4870. I had forgotten the latitude and resolution that film can provide.
 
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Congrats on the jump to MF and you definitely got a keeper on the first roll. Beautiful image. I've shot 400h at box and pushed a stop...have to keep the pull in mind, looks really good.
 
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Yes. About 35miles of Portland, east of Woodland, WA. On the weekends they do demonstrations and grind wheat. I want to go back in the fall on an overcast day.

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Yes. About 35 miles north of Portland and east of Woodland, WA. On the weekends they do demonstrations and grind wheat. I want to go back in the fall on an overcast day.

Regards,
 
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Yes. About 35 miles north of Portland and east of Woodland, WA. On the weekends they do demonstrations and grind wheat. I want to go back in the fall on an overcast day.

Regards,
 
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I love it, and agree it needs levelling.
But nothing else.
The colours and the light and shade and the waterfall... Perfect. But crooked. :)
 

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