I suppose this question could be put in any of the forums on APUG but since I'm thinking of my RB67 I'm posting it here. I have looked on Flickr and entered 'taken with a Mamiya Rb67' to see photos that people took using an RB. Ofcourse you could do this with any camera so if you have a Rollie or Hassy you might wish to try it. Anyway, the photos that are posted, which ofcourse are scanned, usually with a flat bed look great. The colors just jump out at you and being that the shots are usually shown at about the size of a 5X7 (once you click on the thumbnail) look as good as any of the digital shots. So my question is to you, do you use a medium format camera (or any other film format for that matter) to make money with your photography? I know it is hard to compete with digital in speed, or should film cameras be just seen as toys to take family pictures with or what? I would love to create some great shots with my medium format camera and make some money, but I'm wondering if that is not doable any more. If you are using a film camera to make money, would you mind telling me how? Thanks. Ric.