This is proving to be a very enjoyable experiment! I took this one in the kitchen with an Anscoflex II. It uses 620 film, but I can still use it with the digital The top camera was my FinePix S5200 set on macro. I did the cyanotype look with photoscape.
Now that I've got it all set up correctly, I'll get out for some nature and close-up shots. I'm having a great time with this!!
Thanks for the comment. Ever since I saw the first one of these I was totally smitten. It was very easy to get started. I laid my Ansco on the table, then set my digital on auto and macro and focused in on the viewfinder. I then zoomed in until the digital would no longer focus and backed off a bit till it did. I measured the distance from the TLR viewfinder to the base of the digital lens, about 7 1/2". I then took measurements from the base of the lens hood on the TLR. It worked out to 2 pieces 2 7/8" X 7 1/2', and 2 pieces 2 1/2 X 7 1/2". I cut the 4 pieces out of black covered foam board and taped it together making a chimney of sorts which I attached to the hood of the tlr. I framed the picture in the viewfinder, stuck the digital in the opening and made the shot. The digicam fouses on the mirror. I've been having a great time with this! It's fun and very relaxing.
I'm going to try this on my Mamiya C330, it's cheaper than film, and I've got a few old digicams I can use.
Have you seen this guy on Flickr? Friendly Joe - www.flickr.com/photos/friendlyjoe/ - he's got some great stuff through some old TLR viewfinder. He's a very good photographer as well, so the pictures are good on both counts.