I am not carazy. But I, for a reason I don't remember any more, bought two rolls of 100 feet 46mm Portra 160NC (or VC) fresh in date and had since been in my freezer. They finally passed expiration a few months ago and are about to be wasted if I don't use them. I know these films are mainly for student photos when they are about to be out of one school and go to another. Well, I don't believe these films are only good for human skins. I am thinkg if a frame of this film has a (or more) person in it it must be OK to also have some background scene of plants, trees, rocks, water and mountain included. I think I bought them for this reason but I also made an assumption that I would be able to use them on my 67II. I still think so. I figure if I cut them into the length of a 220 and roll the piece onto a medium format film reel modified to have 46mm width for the film but same unmodified overall shape for the camera. I sure will need to attach paper leaders narrowed down to 46mm width to both ends of the film. If I modify some reels then I should be able to produce a few rolls a time for a one day trip of phtography. I process my own films so I will need to modify my Jobo developing reels to 46mm width as well. I should be able to shoot and process them like regular 220 films. My Jobo reels are adjustable. My question is am I crazy? Is such portrait film good for such application for snap shots of people say during a hike or a walk trough a park or garden something like that? The resulted format will be interesting as they look like moderate panorama. If the film is used on a 6x6 then the aspect ratio becomes 645. If it is used in a 645 the ratio becomes 6x6. I have the two rolls unopened. I am wondering if I should sell them for nothing (probably worth not much) or shoot them with some work just for fun. Has anyone ever heard of how this was done, if it was ever done, before?