Hasselblad Fashion Portrait

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    Another from the lost (& found) film.. this photo will printed be in my 2017 calendar

    ..interestingly..or perhaps not :) .. of all the medium format photos I am selecting as deemed good enough to print literally 95% of the are the Hasselblad (Mamiya 6 got a few, no Fuji GF670, no Mamiya RZ Pro II (but I do use it less))

    The beautiful Chanty, Hamburg

    Hasselblad 501C + Zeiss Distagon 60mm f3.5 CF + 120 Ilford Delta 100 film

    Xtol 1:3, 23 degrees, 10min30, Epson v800 scan

    Hamburg Model Photography - mrleica.com/2016/06/24/hamburg-agencies-models/

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    David M. Harlan, PKub, photo.rambler, and 177 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Andrea Rapisarda 22 months ago | reply

      Absolutely The Perfect Photographer
      You Deserve Another Perfect Photographer Award
      The Perfect Photographer Award
      The Perfect Photographer(Post 1 Award 2)

    2. absent linen [deleted] 22 months ago | reply

      Gorgeous, Matt.

    3. frankprungnaud 22 months ago | reply

      Magnifique portrait

    4. lsmart 22 months ago | reply

      I guess when you say "good enough to print" you are considering just your artistic criterial.. am I right? or are also technical quality reasons in place?

    5. MrLeica.com (MatthewOsbornePhotography) 22 months ago | reply

      lsmart Yes merely techical quality as I have quite a few photos I like but I know some are too soft focus (for my taste) to print. Very subjective I realise..

    6. pom'. 7 months ago | reply

      nice portrait
      Faved and selected for group Best 110+ Faves

    7. FabRos... 50 7 months ago | reply

      Beautiful really ... leaves me speechless!

    8. MrLeica.com (MatthewOsbornePhotography) 7 months ago | reply

      Fabrizio Rosticci Thanks yes one of my favourite shoots with the Hassy.. and possible nicest results from the film

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