This is a baby grizzly bear I photographed many years ago in Alaska with my medium format film camera, the Mamiya RZ 67. Because that camera was so slow -- manual focus, manual film advance, manual exposure when using a handheld light meter -- I missed a lot of wildlife shots. I never was able to capture a great shot of a bird in flight, for example. Once in a while, though, I got something I liked. I took this with the Mamiya 500mm telephoto from a tripod and from a healthy distance away. The original transparency was scanned, and now with the capability of Topaz Gigapixel AI, I cropped the image and enlarged it with excellent success. I then used Topaz Sharpen AI because the original photograph wasn’t as tack sharp as I wanted due to the low light and a relatively slow shutter. The fastest speed on the Mamiya was 1/400, and my ISO was only 100. I captured this on Fujichrome Provia film.