Through the viewfinder - Photo Series.



The waist-level finder.
I love using waist level finder cameras, I currently use a Mamiya RB67 and Yashica D TLR.
A collection of photos looking through a waist level finder.



Sunrise Seascape, Yashica D TLR







I have used waist level finder cameras for a few years now and really love them. 
I currently own and regularly use a Mamiya RB67 and Yashica D twin-lens reflex camera (TLR)
Waist level finder cameras take a while to get use to, as the image is reversed left-to-right, particularly making it tricky to follow moving subjects.
I find waist level finders perfect for landscape photography, the Mamiya and Yashica both have large bright screens, making composing the images easy, but most of all, I just love the view looking down these things.


A selection of my personal best views through both my Mamiya RB67 and Yashica D TLR



The Seven Sisters, Sussex. Mamiya RB67 - Final Photo


Bexhill Pavilion. Mamiya RB67

Eastbourne Sovereign harbour. Mamiya RB67 - Final Photo


Woodland Walk. Yashica D TLR


Beach Huts, Eastbourne. Mamiya RB67


Bluebell Woods. MamiyaRB67


South Downs. Mamiya RB67
Hampden Park Eastbourne. Mamiya RB67 


Autumn Sunrise, Beachy Head, Sussex. Mamiya RB67 - Final Photo
Eastbourne Beach. Yashica D TLR - Final Photo


Eastbourne Beach, Yashica D TLR - Final Photo
 
Lone Tree, Yashica D TLR - Final Photo 







Using my Mamiya RB67 with waist level viewfinder





Through the Viewfinder Gallery

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