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Thread: Let's get SMALL

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    Lets get small:

    Well some of us have been small now we need to get big : the reason, we need this either way is we tier from doing the same thing day in and out so some of us need to change , those who look in a 35mm viewfinder after a while go to 6x6 or 645 then up to 4x5 after that who knows: Its just human nature there a lot of us are never satisfied with what we got , we need to do something different: : do your thing and enjoy your selfs as long as the wife does not break out with a suitcase ,you know your in trouble then!!
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    I shoot 35mm mostly (and I don't crop my images) and don't have much interest in other formats. 6x9xm is the only other format I like because of its aspect ratio that's close to the 35mm. I use it for some experiement, but that's about it.

    For the 35mm, I use a couple of SLRs, a rangefinder and a couple of P&S cameras, but the sizes of these cameras don't seem to matter as much. As long as I can lift a camera and a lens with one hand and one arm, that's good enough.

    The most important thing for me is that I stay with something I can handhold to get shots. I'm not a tripod guy. If I use a tripod or even a monopod, I feel I've lost something, which is not about how fast I can snap or anything at all. It's just something more as a personal take on what photography is to me and why I started doing it when I did. In a sense, the camera is really a part of my body, not belonging some sticks set on the ground, and so on.

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    Since Kevin posted the pic of the RF645 I was reminded of the GAS I had for the Mamiya 6. I know I'm wishy washy as heck when it comes to cameras, but now I think the Mamiya 6 might be a future addition to my camera bag...

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    No, no no..... I like 35mm. I have a SLR. So now finally I can look for the Hexar AF I've wanted for a long long time....

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