Studio Shoot 2

A few more shots from the recent studio shoot with Film cameras

The first two are taken with Canon EOS 1N with Sigma 85mm TriX

The last one is cropped in Hasselblad 500CM Acros.

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Studio 1 Shoot with Hasselblad

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In the last hour (well second last for others but it was the last hour for me), I took out the Hasselbald with a roll of Fuji 160. This is straight out from the scanner at Foto Riesel. I can’t say I am happy with it. Especially after the experience I had with the shoot at Ironfest. Maybe it was because I was a little tired and hungry by that time (I had brunch earlier in the morning and skipped on lunch). I was also probably a little ambitious asking the model to spin her hair at speed of 125th – this would explain the slightly off focus. And I guess the lighting was a little overpowering.

Hasselblad and Ironfest, Lithgow, Outside Sydney

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Hassleblade? Hasselbald? Hassle something? Hasselhorf? It was only about 2 years ago I found the proper name of this medium format camera known as Hasselblad. Prior to that all I knew was that it was the boxy camera with the look down viewfinder. I have seen it in some movies but did know it went to the moon and back. I started shooting film cameras about 3 years ago after inheriting my brother’s Olympus Om2, which he acquired in the mid 1980’s – it still works a charm. Since then I have been slowly accumulating film cameras. partly because of the low cost for then top of the range high cost camera.

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