Quote Originally Posted by E. von Hoegh View Post
You do realise that you will be exposing the paper while you are focussing on it...

The groundglass is used to compose the image, as well as focus. You'll have an easier time composing on the GG, rather than viewing the image at a slant from the top or side.
Ha!! I wasn't clear. The camera will be fixed focus. I thought I'd start by focused on infinity. Over time I can try moving the lens to get a reasonable hyperfocal setting. I meant to use a scrap piece of photo paper to set the focus one time only. After that I would be putting unexposed paper into it inside my changing bag.

Yes trying to focus on "live" paper inside the camera would be an extreme challenge to say the least!

But your point about composing the image is a good one.