The Kodak 2D i
s no rangefinder. Just a plain jane wooden view camera
Using this camera, and some PHOTOGRAPHIC PAPER (Ilford Multigrade Glossy), I tortured some of my comrades into posing for some mug shots.
Lighting was from Studio Strobes with Softboxes and Brollies. The photopaper had an equivalent in-camera speed of around ISO 6-10, requiring an f/stop of f/4,5 (the lens' maximum opening). That explains the ultra-shallow DOF.
Lens used was a shutter-less INDUSTAR-51 210mm. Open-flash exposures, with the lenscap acting as the intermediate shutter between flash pops.
The paper was developed in dektol, just like any bromide paper, but the result was a negative. The paper negative was scanned in a flatbed scanner, then reversed to a positive using an image-editing software 'invert' function.