More Awesome Square Format Film Cameras to Add to Your Collection

If you’re still missing some square format cameras in your film photography lineup, allow us to make a handful of suggestions.

When it comes to medium format cameras, square format or 6×6 is considered the standard image size. We’ve previously featured other frame sizes you can opt for, but to get the full experience, square format should never go missing in your film photography gear. If you are still missing one, allow us to give you more recommendations apart from these five square format cameras we already featured.

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Shooting Medium Format Landscapes with Portra 400 and the Yashica Mat 124G

If you’re new to the Yashica Mat 124G and you’re still figuring out which genre to shoot with it, you might want to get an idea on how it fares with landscape photography.

Medium format has been pretty popular for portrait photography, but if you’d like to experiment with other genres first, we’ve found a nice video for you. It’s especially right up your alley if you tend to shoot a lot of landscapes. You’ll also find it helpful if you’re curious about the results of the popular Yashica Mat 124G! In his quick video, John Bradford takes us to Red Rock Canyon in Oklahoma where he shot landscapes using the Yashica Mat 124G to finish a roll of Kodak Portra 400. The combo tends to be more popular for portrait photography and even some trendy fashion portraits. But if you’re not really feeling that, this should give you ideas on other genres to experiment with using medium format film.

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