Hi all, I shoot a range of films in different formats. I tend to use Fuji Provia and Velvia in 35mm, mainly for macro and natural history, Fuji Reala in 35mm negative for family shots for prints, and Ilford HP5+ in 35mm for the home darkroom. I also use a mamiya RB67. I've mostly been using FP4 or HP5 in the RB67, but some abstract flower shots I've taken on Provia in the RB67 have proven rather popular and I've been asked to do more. For me, and my way of working in 35mm, it's easy to match job to film. If I was going to do flowers I'd use Provia or Velvia, but in medium format, I'm not so sure. What are the relative advantages/disadvantages of reversal vs negative in this format for tasks like this? They would be made up to prints around 12"x16" in a decent pro lab. My temptation would be to reach for colour reversal, but I don't want to miss out on any tricks of the trade. Ta!