I'll be exhibiting five shots at Bens Cafe in Takadanobaba, Tokyo, as part of a group exhibition in January; four other photographers' work on a theme of Tokyo Streets. My five are all done with the tilt-shift on the Mamiya. This won't make the cut for the show but it's variations on a theme of what will be on the walls.
This was shot wide-open at f/4.7 and with some tilt, swing and shift - to get the focus just on the girl advertising the pachinko parlour over the road.
Mamiya macro bellows
1948 Kodak 127mm f/4.7
ZD digital back