Both, depends on the subject.
Originally Posted by Roger Cole
I have a C220 and have had it for about 20 years. I used it for weddings in the old days. The 80mm and 135mm lenses have given me great results.
The 135mm is showing signs of fungus around the edges so i'll probably have to replace it soon but it still fires reliably.
I also have a prizm finder that gets little use. I love the WLF for the "live view" properties that I get from it.
Well to each his or her own concerning the prism, of course. I confess I've never used a TLR with a prism. My Yashica feels natural looking down, even held up to near eye level to look down and use the magnifier, which is really sort of "upper chest level," but trying to use the sports finder at eye level doesn't feel natural to me.
It seems more people print square or whichever fits than routinely crop to a rectangle. I'd say more of mine are square just because that's what I'm seeing on the gg so that's how I tend to compose it, but I have plenty I've cropped to rectangles too. With modern films even a 16x20 from a 645 portion of the frame looks great so I have no hesitation in doing so.
> do you print square or crop to rectangular
Mostly square. I compose in square finder and so I natural get a squard image.