I've been shooting "cruise nites" around the Toronto GTA for the past three summers--large to huge weekly tribal meetings of street rod, muscle car, low rider, and custom owners and their cars. Whole car shots are near-impossible, so the emphasis shifts to the anatomical--sheet metal curves, bizarre chrome grills, head/tail light design, jewel-like paint, engines, interiors. It's a true sub-culture. I shoot mainly Kodak E100GX, TMY-2, and Reala--all in 120. Despite its weight, the Mamiya RB67 ProS is near-perfect for its close-focus powers and its appeal to these lovers vintage machinery. This summer will be the last instalment as traditional lab services are fast drying up in my area.