First Photographs Using Medium Format

This photographs are from the first roll of film I shot with a newly aquired (used) medium format camera, a Mamiya 645 Pro TL with an 80mm lens (approx 50mm in 35mm format). This medium format uses 120 flim and produces a negative that is 60mm by 45 mm (about 2.25 x 1.63 in). Flim used: Kodak Ektar 100. Film processed and scanned by The Darkroom (www.thedarkroom.com).
m645 1stRoll-54670013  WyndeHill Barn - taken at the evening golden hour m645 1stRoll-  Sheep on the hillside.  Custer, Wisconsin m645 1stRoll-54670001  Lone Oak - Custer, Wisconsin m645 1stRoll-54670004  Plover River near Shanty Town, Wisconsin
m645 1stRoll-54670006  Rib Mountain Overlook - view towards Wausau, Wisconsin m645 1stRoll-54670009  Fiery Dahlias - in flower garden next to our house.  This demonstrates the vividness of Ektar film - the detail from both the highlights and the dark areas. m645 1stRoll-54670010  Black-eyed Susans.  from flower garden next to house m645 1stRoll-54670015  Black eyed Susan convention - flower garden near house
m645 1stRoll-54670011  Double Trouble ----- unintentional double exposure due to being a neophyte with a new (used) camera (Mamiya 645 Pro TL).  The more I look at it the more it grows on me. m645 1stRoll-54670012  Home   - in Custer, Wisconsin.  Photo taken during the evening golden hours ( you can tell by the shadows).  The sun will be setting to the west (left side of photo). m645 1stRoll-54670014  Impatient Impatiens.  Flower basket.