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Discover more about Holden's drive to document Doha in our in-depth discussion with him here: bit.ly/3DgCLtn twitter.com/Hasselblad/sta…
With the coming World Cup, Heath Holden set about discovering his new home of Doha through the lens of his X1D II. Heath explored the older and more traditional neighborhoods of the historical city - sensing it would be just a matter of time until the small shopfronts disappeared
Hasselblad Master Maria Svarbova is known for her experimentation with space, color and atmosphere. With her switch to the X system, Maria was able to better capture the finer details and bring her vision to life.
Want to know more about Hasselblad's Phocus software applications, or have a particular topic or question about your Phocus workflow? Join us to find the answers: bit.ly/2WarqKc
Kate Bush in my studio in London when we were shooting for Kate's second album Lionheart in 1978. 📸::@Hasselbladd 500Cb
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From Jimi Hendrix & The Rolling Stones to Abba and Elizabeth Taylor, @GeredMankowitz has captured some of the most iconic musicians in history - and he did it all with his Hasselblad in-hand
See a different side to New York with these film photos by @jjasonchambers 🏙 Shot on a Hasselblad 500c/m with Cinestill 800T filmi
Artem Shestakov explores the beauty of Alaska through the viewfinder of an X1D II 50C Shot by @Arteshestakov with a XCD 2,8/135mm and XCD 3,5/45mm
The Rolling Stones @RollingStones posing in the brick cage beside a building site in Ormond Yard - to the right you can see the hoardings where I posed the band for the "Out of our Heads" album cover image. 📸:@Hasselbladd 500Cl
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Want to try the effect for yourself? Trevlee and thedarkroomlab put together this quick tutorial to explain how 📸twitter.com/Hasselblad/sta…RZ
Time for some double exposures on a Hasselblad 503cx Shot by IG/trevlee, processed by thedarkroomlab
Hasselblad Master Tina Signesdottir Hult used the XCD 80 that has an aperture of 1.9 to create this dreamy-looking portrait 📸S
Swiss photographer Walter Janach channeled his passion for aviation into capturing majestic flying machines around Europe on his #Hasselblad 500C. Read the full story: bit.ly/2Vwv4hq
It's great to see so many inspiring photographers in this thread!
We're looking to refresh our Twitter feed. Tag some of the photographers we should definitely be following down below 👇
Away from the buzz of the city Linus Englund was able to capture incredible details on his X1D II in this moody, wooded scene. 📸: IG/life.by.linus, X1D IIg
London based food photographer @karenthomasphot explored fun alternative ways to photograph 99 flakes with her Hasselblad H6D-100c. The camera allows her to capture breathtaking detail and outstanding color accuracy. Which is your favorite?
Don't Miss Out -Enter before July 31st for a chance to become a Hasselblad Master 👇twitter.com/Hasselblad/sta…1
The Hasselblad 907X 50C: bridging the gap between the past and the future of photography 📸X
Exploring the patterns of the seaside through the lens of Ottavio Giannella's X1DII 50C with HC converter 0,8 and the HC 50II lens Anybody have any shooting plans in place this summer?
Take a look behind the scenes of Hasselblad HQ here in Gothenberg, Sweden in the latest installment of ""Hasselblad's Home"". Learn about how our X system cameras are crafted to create world-class results: bit.ly/3kwJkRz
Join us this Thursday, 22 July, for our upcoming Hasselblad Webinar - Phocus Q&A. Presented by Chris Cooze, this webinar is aimed to help you get the most out of Phocus - the powerful RAW image processor made for Hasselblad images. Register now: bit.ly/3hQ8c55
On this day in 1969 Apollo 11 landed on the moon - and Hasselblad cameras were there to capture it. Shot on a Hasselblad Data Camera (HDC) fitted with a Zeiss Biogon 60mm ƒ/5.6 lens and a Hasselblad Electric Camera (HEC) with a Zeiss Planar 80mm ƒ/2,8 lens. 📸:@NASAAx
No talking. No phones. No distractions. For 60 minutes, Donald Michael Chambers sat with each of his 30 subjects in complete silence - letting them interpret the time as they wanted. Discover more about this interesting project: bit.ly/3exqJRQ
Roman Jehanno is a French photographer and Hasselblad Master who develops their work around spectacular landscapes in which a human subject takes the prominent role. Learn more about Roman's process in this Hasselblad webinar Register for the webinar: bit.ly/36ycyay
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Roman Jehanno is a French photographer and Hasselblad Master who develops their work around spectacular landscapes in which a human subject takes the prominent role. Learn more about Roman's process in this Hasselblad webinar Register for the webinar: bit.ly/36ycyay
While out on a routine hike in the Pacific Northwest, Adam Weist happened across some worldclass kayakers making the rapids their own - showing that even in the routine, we should always keep an eye out for the unexpected
South African photographer Gavin Goodman had a vision to create a series influenced by traditional African headwear done with a modern and simplistic touch. Read more here: bit.ly/2TILv9M
Exploring the vintage cars of the American West Shot by @dinokuznik on the X1D II with the XCD 45 and XCD 65 lenses
Cities never truly sleep Shot by Peter Jackson (@TheHotelSnapper) on the X1D II, XCD 30, XCD 45P, XCD 80 and XCD 35-75
#HasselbladsHome Join us at our headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden for a more intimate look into the core of Hasselblad. In the 2nd episode, hear from our mechanical engineers about the thoughts & processes behind the development of our cameras: bit.ly/HH_EP2
I shot two sessions with @JimiHendrix Jimi Hendrix at my Mason's Yard studio in central London. This shot Jimi "Velvet & Lace" is from the first session taken in 1967. 📸:@Hasselbladd 500Ce
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#HasselbladMasters is one of the world’s most prestigious professional photographic competitions, giving you the chance to make your mark in the world of photography. Images: 2018 Hasselblad Master of the product category, @MarcinGizycki Enter: bit.ly/Master21
Watch our Hasselblad Masters spotlight video where 2018 Hasselblad Master aerial winner @delagallery tells us about the process behind his spectacular bird's eye view imagery and his thoughts on the #HasselbladMasters competition. Watch the full video: youtube.com/watch?v=BBTP2o…
#HasselbladMaster @Tina_s_hult uses Nordic aesthetics along with the inspiration she finds in Dutch Old Master paintings. Tina works in natural light, relying on her 50-megapixel medium format CMOS sensor to capture subtle tonal changes and fine details. bit.ly/TW_XSystem
.@MariaSvarbova is widely recognized for her captivating Swimming Pool series, usually photographed in Socialist era lap pools around Slovakia. Selected as a #HasselbladMaster & shooting with the X System, Maria shares how it's affected her process: bit.ly/_MariaS
To get more of the latest news, updates, #Hasselblad stories and motivation to help you ‘Create To Inspire’, sign up for our monthly newsletter here: bit.ly/TW_eDM Pictured: Hasselblad 500c
Phoenix, Arizona-based creative @TomasKarmelo focuses his work on creating meaningful reflection by embracing intentionality and Indigenous teachings in all manner of expression. Images captured with #Hasselblad H6D-100c See his full feature: bit.ly/_TKA
Hasselblad Moments celebrates the innovative, creative & cutting-edge photographers pushing the boundaries of their craft. Shown: @tylershields Hear from @mirandarbarnes @ungano_agrio @janettebeckman @Lois_Greenfield Jody Dole & @EllenMcDPhoto Watch all:bit.ly/_HBMo
#HasselbladsHome: join us behind the scenes at our headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden for a more intimate look into our core. Watch episode #2 in which you'll learn about the thoughts and processes behind the X System's development: bit.ly/HH_EP2
Director of photography @ollekirchmeier uses #HasselbladX1DII & XCD 3,5/45 & 3,2/90 to capture portraits with a hint of Scandinavian minimalism. With HNCS, the X1D II allows you to capture true-to-life tones and small subtleties in skin tones that match what the human eye sees.
Join us next Wednesday, 16 June, for our upcoming #Hasselblad Webinar - Phocus Q&A. This webinar is aimed at catering to both new users and existing users and will help answer some questions and provide inspiration. Register: bit.ly/PhQA
Italian photographer Ottavio Giannella takes the #HasselbladX1DII to Iceland to capture its rugged beauty & local wildlife. The X1D II 50C lets you take the power of medium format in a footprint smaller than most full-frame 35mm cameras: bit.ly/TW_XSystem
Watch our latest #HasselbladMoments featuring @EllenMcDPhoto. Ellen produces a timeless visual language with her imagery that is both intimate & visceral. Her approach involves shooting with studied and refined lighting. See more: youtube.com/watch?v=XCRCgu…
The X1D II 50C provides you with incredible Hasselblad image quality, with 16-bit RAW images and full resolution JPEGs, in a compact, lightweight design, allowing you more creative possibilities in post-production. Images by Stephen Otto (Production Boss) with #HasselbladX1DII
Photographer Adam Weist finds himself drawn to rugged, diverse landscapes with dramatic and unforgiving conditions. Pictured: Joshua Tree & Death Valley National Parks, #HasselbladX1DII 50C & XCD 21mm, XCD 135mm lenses. Discover the X1D II & XCD lenses: bit.ly/TW_XSystem
Photographer Simon Norfolk's series, ‘Lost Capital’, captured the empty streets of London amidst a pandemic with the #Hasselblad X1D II. Pictured: River Thames, Buckingham Palace, Piccadilly Circus, Commonwealth Memorial Gates Read the full feature: bit.ly/_SimoN
Inspired by the greatest film directors and DOPs, Serbian photographer Luka Trajković creates images that appear to be taken right out of a film. Luka used the #Hasselblad X1D II 50C with the XCD 45P See the full story: bit.ly/_Luka
.@stanislavpetera captures Gripen jet fighters in the Czech Republic, taking a cinematic approach to his photography, using continuous lighting to form images resembling movie stills. He uses #Hasselblad H6D-100c, praising it for its resolution, dynamic range & colour fidelity.
#HasselbladMasters is one of the world’s most prestigious professional photographic competitions. Join Hasselblad Masters 2021: bit.ly/Master21 Images by 2018 Hasselblad Master of the architecture category, Kamilla Hanapova, taken with #HasselbladX1DII
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