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“The Guardians of the Desert” by Isabella Tabacchi (). Taken with X1D + 21mm, Isabella captures the powerful colors created by the sun setting on the dunes of the Namib desert.
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Hasselblad May 23
2018 of the landscape category, Benjamin Everett was initially a landscape painter with a love for wild places. Benjamin, describing his photographic style as painterly, is fascinated by the subtle line between perception and reality. H6D-100C
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Hasselblad May 23
Replying to @UniversalGreen7
Beautiful day to be out shooting, Darryl!
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Hasselblad May 22
Faran Najafi () photographs the many grand silhouettes and interesting angles of Abu Dhabi at the and Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque with his , showing off the camera's wide . See the X1D:
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Hasselblad May 21
Engineered to ensure optimal performance and image quality, XCD 135 is our new short telephoto lens for Hasselblad X1D. It compares to a 105mm full frame lens, making it perfect for portrait or landscape photography.
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Hasselblad May 21
Landscape photographer Hannes Becker () recently explored parts of the Arctic with the . Documenting his travels in nature, he places importance on composition & mood, while also aiming to raise awareness about climate change.
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Hasselblad May 21
Replying to @_JasonAvery
Timeless, Jason. Love that medium format!
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Hasselblad May 20
London-based photographer Clive Arrowsmith () uses H6D-100c for a fashion shoot for , capturing a unique sensitivity of light, shade and composure. © Photographer Clive Arrowsmith │
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Hasselblad May 20
Ignition, by Michael Najjar () Michael photographed the Soyuz rocket launch in French Guiana with the H6D-100C. He installed a remote camera on top of the launch tower, a mere 80 metres from the rocket during the lift-off phase.
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Hasselblad May 17
Portable and powerful, Hasselblad X1D now expands imaging capabilities even further with XCD 1,9/80, Hasselblad's fastest lens ever.
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Hasselblad May 17
, join us for a presentation this Monday, 20 May, on ’s partnership with in the 1960s and see one of the original Lunar training cameras, as used by the Apollo astronauts! Get tickets here:
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Hasselblad May 17
Creative combo Dimitri Scheblanov and Jesper Carlsen form one of the most talented photography teams in the world of celebrity and music photography, Herring & Herring (). See more:
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Hasselblad May 17
Simplicity speaks volumes. Beautiful.
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Hasselblad May 17
for the win!
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Hasselblad May 17
Congratulations on your Time cover, Johnny. Incredible image and message to share with everyone.
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Hasselblad May 17
Nice use of the format!
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Hasselblad May 17
Thanks for sharing, Steve. Nice BTS captures!
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Hasselblad May 16
Julian Ungano and Tommy Agriodimas of the photography duo, have trusted their Hasselblads for their whole careers. Watch their Hasselblad Moments:
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Hasselblad May 16
Replying to @erik_lundqvist
Hi Erik, that is correct. The XCD 2,8/135 can be bought with or without the X Converter 1,7 but the X Converter 1,7 is not sold separately. See more on the XCD 135:
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Hasselblad May 16
See Ben Thomas () exhibit at Photo London () 16-19 May at Somerset House with Duran Mashaal gallery (). Get a signed copy of a Masters vol.6: Innovate See his work:
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