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1920's on a Mamiya RB67

This last weekend I had the pleasure to be invited to another themed shoot, this time the theme was the 1920's. Like always participating in these theme shoots are always fun, especially when shooting with other great photographers!  

For the shoot I decided to use 3 cameras, a Mamiya RB67, Minolta xd11, and my NEX 7, but as the day went by I ended up using the RB67 more then the other 2.   The biggest difficulty I had with the shoot was carrying around all three cameras, that and trying to do flash at the same time. In the end I decided to go ambient and pack away my flash gear. I will post My BW shoots from my XD11 in a future post. For right now here are my photos from the RB67. All shoots were done on Kodak's Portra 160 and 400, in total I was able to get most of the exposures spot on with the exception of 3 double accidental exposures. Ill have to work on that on future shoots, I guess I got a little side tracked and didn't pay attention to my film back. =) 
 
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