10"x8" Fibre prints (Ilford Multigrade Fibre Base, Classic paper, 10x8).
Nothing compares to the chemical output of a photograph. The quality is in the negative, if shot well; the negative is big enough (in this case, I want detail and sharpness), exposed correctly (thick); (good tonal range) allowing for exposure times to be controlled over a relatively consistant rate, then this opens up the possibilities of making a beautiful photograph after it is taken.
When shooting the streets and the peripheries of Wycombe, I had in mind what the final output is going to be, a minimum of 75cm on the longest side print of an image, with quality and detail in mind, I would only shoot f/16 and above using the Mamiya 7ii. Making sure what ever i'm shooting will yield the quality and sharpness for a big print, the choice of camera is important also, 6cmx7cm negatives means a lot of detail. The Mamiya glass is fuching crystal clear.
This is one day of darkroom printing. 6 x FB, 10" x 8".