I think I know what you mean but if you look at my 'lifestyle' book I dont think the blad looks that bad - mainly with the HC80 - they have 'the look' IMO
(and there are a couple of images there with a D80 and a 28PC !)
I could see shooting on 67 had a different look completely but on a 645 chip I am not so sure
Unlike you two I would probably better concentrate on better models/locations/MUAs/retouches
Maybe you would care to post some examples of the RZ v the H and show this mythical look
While I dont 'bond' with my blad in the same way that I did with my F3 or whatever old manual camera I had it is still a wonderful tool and ulitmately subject matter is all
There are of coulrse options with the H1 and old hassy glass - any comments on that
ps - idiot questions
- the RZ is manual focus ?
- the RZ doesnt allow movements ?
I can not figure out how using Rz would take away your concentration from better models/locations/MUAs/retouches.
Rz is the easiest camera to manually focus with WLF as the objects just snap in focus.
It is relatively very light if you do not use prism finder.
Average lens price on Ebay $250
Amazing range of lenses: 37mm, 50, 65, 75, 90, 110, 127, 140, 150, 180, 210, 250, 350 and 500mm.
but I can see that for someone that bonded with F3 the Hassy H is much closer home than RZ.
I will not post pics of Rz vs H because it simply not make sens to open this Pandora box.