Medium format film enjoyed its heyday from the 1890s to the 1950s, outselling other film formats until 35mm began to dominate the market. During the 1990s and 2000s, manufacturers like Hasselblad and Mamiya developed digital medium format cameras but its popularity was still limited by the price of some of these pieces of kit (top of the range medium format digital cameras can cost in the tens of thousands). In recent years, the rise of Lomography, the popularity of low-fi or toy cameras and a fascination with vintage camera equipment has meant many photographers have discovered medium format film for the first time. The following collection of images from RedBubble photographers shows just how versatile the format can be. From architectural wonders to intimate portraits, these works prove thatmedium format photography still enjoys a healthy following.