Here is a direct frontal shot, cropped to a square format. The Schneider 90mm f/8 lens was used at f/22 for 2 seconds:
With the sun set, I decided to take a shot I have taken before on medium format, but had not had a chance to redo with 4x5. I quite like this image that most Valdostans will recognize if they go downtown for First Fridays. This is right in front of City Market looking north down Patterson Street. I used the Schneider 210mm f/5.6 at f/32 for 1 minute:
Here are a couple of shots from exactly one year ago using medium format - specifically a Pentax 67 camera with a 55mm lens. In web-sized photos it is hard to see much of a difference, but the subtle gradations of tone is better in 4x5 images to my eye, mostly due to development factors I believe. These were shot on T-Max 400 film, though I don't remember the exposure:
Also note in picture two the converging verticals of the buildings. I think it works in this photo, but many times wide-angle lenses pointed up make buildings look like they are falling over. This is one of the big benefits of a view camera - being able to use front rise to have parallel lines in architectural photography.