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Season Four And Counting
May 06, 2017

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Calibrating Your v700 Workflow With A Flextight
May 01, 2017

I recently had a few prints made from some medium format negatives. The prints are for a specific purpose so I wanted them to be of the highest quality possible, this meant taking them to a local specialist where the film was scanned with a Hasselblad Flextight X1. The Flextight is about the best quality scan you can get, before moving up to dedicated drum scans that can be messy, time consuming, and expensive.

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36 Hours, 96 Hours, 36 Hours
April 01, 2017


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Ten Years With a Hasselblad
March 08, 2017

This year marks the point at which I have been using Hasselblad cameras for over a decade. My first was a 201F in 2007, before moving to a 203FE in 2011 and adding a 202FA in 2015. They’re the classic 6x6 V series models, although have some additions on the more familiar 500 series that I will get into later. Over the years I’ve put several hundred rolls of film through the various cameras, not a great deal but enough to appreciate the idiosyncrasies inherent in shooting with medium format.

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How To Get 22 Frames With An XPan
February 12, 2017

Maybe it’s the photographic filter bubble I’m in, but the Hasselblad XPan seems to be quite popular at the moment. I’m seeing an increasing number of video reviews, blog posts, and images on instagram. This isn’t surprising, the camera lends itself to far more than you would initially think.

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