Medium Format


Medium Format

Shutter: What is your tool of choice?

Travis Neely: Depending on the subject, I shoot either Canon 35mm with the Zeiss lenses (28mm and 50mm macro) or, preferably, my Mamiya Leaf Credo 80 system with the 45mm or 80mm lens. I try to shoot as much as I can with the Credo.

How long have you been shooting medium format?

I’ve shot with Mamiya’s film cameras for over 10 years, but started shooting digital medium format around two years ago. I worked with the Leaf Aptus 22 before upgrading to the new Credo 80, which is an incredible system.

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